Understanding and using OriginStamp’s RESTful API, so that you can create and check timestamps programmatically.
Proving the date of origin of anything electronic – for patent or copyright purposes, perhaps – has been well nigh impossible. But that has now changed.
The commercial mower of lawns does not pay a royalty for each lawn that they mow. So why should a user of H.264 video encoding be expected to pay royalties?
It would be a great tragedy if a major cultural activity of the early 21st century were to pass into oblivion because no-one remembered to collect it properly.
Visit the Louvre or another gallery and you will see copyists, usually skilled artists making meticulous copies of […]
The European Union recognises the need to update its copyright legislation. But are current proposals heading in the right direction?
DRM systems, which protect the rights of vendors and copyright holders, are well known for unreasonably limiting the […]
If you research art history, you know how hard it can be to track down an image of […]
By definition, creating a 2D or 3D work of representational art involves some degree of copying. If you […]
When you last walked a footpath (in the UK), do you remember its number? Yesterday, when walking up […]