Anonymous: Governments Order YouTube To #Censor Protest Videos: #US, #UK, #EUROPE. Et Al.

***URGENT*** #GOVERNMENTS ORDER #YouTube TO #CENSOR PROTEST VIDEOS: #US, #UK, #EUROPE.

Et Al. ŽForget copyright infringement, YouTube is now complying with removal orders from governments to stop…

Source:
http://anoncentral.tumblr.com/post/11697760542/urgent-governments-order-youtube-to-censor

Obama Fried Chicken Is Chinas Newest Fast Food Craze

It is already bizarre enough (and probably some sort of copyright infringement, but that depends on what copyright laws in communist China are like) that this independent company decided the President of the United States would be their best spokesman, but it appears they arent alone in thinking Obama = infinite chicken profits.

The actual KFC has used the President in Chinese commercials, too.

Source:
http://www.mediaite.com/tv/this-exists-obama-fried-chicken-is-chinas-newest-fast-food-chain/

MPAA Afraid To Disclose Secret Piracy Strategies

In their ongoing battle with file-hosting service Hotfile, five MPAA studios have asked the court to disallow Hotfile access to information on their anti-piracy strategies.

While drawing an analogy between copyright infringement and drug trafficking, the MPAA studios ask the court to handle their anti-piracy documents as trade secrets to prevent pirates from getting even more sophisticated than they already are.

Source:
http://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-afraid-to-disclose-secret-anti-piracy-strategies-110725/

Church of God Sues Sony Pictures and Comcast for Copyright Infringement

The religious comedy Salvation Boulevard premiered in movie theaters last Friday, but not everyone appreciates the films humor.

The Church of God has sued Sony Pictures, IFC Films and Comcast for infringing the copyright of the churchs logo, and is praying to stop the films distribution. In addition the church demands financial compensation for the substantial and irreparable harm the infringements have caused.

Source:
http://torrentfreak.com/church-of-god-sues-sony-pictures-and-comcast-for-copyright-infringement-110718/

11 of the Most Hilariously Unlicensed Pieces of Bootleg Super-Hero Merchandise

We love the charming copyright infringement of bootleg super-hero toys.

The sheer hilarity involved in mistranslations, close-but-not-quite logos and deliberate lies designed to trick grandmas into giving children the Worst Christmas Ever are truly the light of our lives.

Source:
http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/03/08/bootleg-toys-superhero/

FreeRepublic sued for copyright infringement

A conservative news-sharing website with plenty of experience in dealing with copyright issues has been sued for copyright infringement after Las Vegas Review-Journal stories allegedly were posted on its site.

Source:
http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2010/jul/20/conservative-website-among-3-sued-over-r-j-copyrig/