Watch those DMs: Legal service via DMs permitted by Texas court
Lawyers are sliding into creators’ DMs.
On Aug 21, 2023 by Franklin Graves
Illinois became the first state to pass a law protecting child influencers
A new law passed in Illinois gives young content creators protection from family exploitation.
On Aug 16, 2023 by Franklin Graves
‘IT’S ENOUGH SLICES!’: Activision sues creator Anthony Fantano after he requests six-figure payment for the use of his viral pizza slice TikTok audio
Everyone wants a slice of the revenue pie.
On Jul 26, 2023 by Franklin Graves
What do creators need to know about Section 230?
If you’re a creator, you may have heard Section 230 in the news lately. Here is Section 230, explained.
On Mar 28, 2023 by Franklin Graves
What creators need to know about TikTok CEO Shou Chew’s congressional testimony
‘With data comes power.’
On Mar 27, 2023 by Franklin Graves
AI tool users beware: Copyright Office’s denial of protection for graphic novel underscores new legal vulnerabilities for creators
The U.S. Copyright Office decided to cancel a portion of the copyright registration it previously issued for Kristina Kashtanova’s 'Zarya of the Dawn,' sparking debate.
On Mar 2, 2023 by Franklin Graves
Court says YouTube channels with children’s audiences like Ryan’s World, CookieSwirlC, Cartoon Network must defend against state-level children’s privacy class action lawsuit
An appeals court in California is allowing a class action lawsuit to continue against YouTube and several kids and family YouTube channels.
On Jan 11, 2023 by Franklin Graves