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Will My Music Be Protected with a Copyright?

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Will my music be protected with a copyright? I want to share my talent for music on the internet, but the problem is that nowadays it’s easy for strangers to steal unprotected artwork from others. So my question is, will my music be protected? If so, how much will it cost and for how long […]

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Waiting on New Web Domain Names

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The ever-expanding World Wide Web has gotten even bigger with the Jan. 29 rollout of new domain possibilities beyond the .com spectrum. But if you own a small business, is a new domain your best bet or just a bluff? A Wall Street Journal poll reported that a majority of Web domains still ended in […]

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Written by Phil Corso

March 24th, 2014 at 7:59 am

German Court Gives Right to Compensation Over Internet Disruption

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The Federal Court of Justice has ruled that the Internet has become one of life’s necessities, and therefore, citizens can recover damages when their service is interrupted. “Most people in Germany use the Internet daily. Thus, it has become an essential medium in the life of German society, the disruption of which has an immediate […]

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Written by Michelle Fabio

February 1st, 2013 at 3:14 pm

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