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Friday, 28 April 2017

What can I do if someone steals content from my website?

laptop-2411303_960_720While still a relatively new concept, most businesses in the UK now tend to have some kind of web presence. Whether with their own website, social media channels or Google listings, most businesses have begun to see the benefits of the internet. However, good websites take lots of careful planning, time and money to put together. So what happens if someone steals from your website, copying it’s coding or content? What does the law have to say about this and what avenues can you pursue for compensation?

Monday, 10 April 2017

How to avoid copyright infringement in the digital age

pexels-photo-313559When someone copies, distributes or edits someone else’s work online without their express permission this is known as copyright infringement. For businesses in the UK it is especially important to try and avoid copyright infringement which can result in both financial losses and harm to your reputation.

What is copyright?

Copyright is an intellectual property right that automatically covers a multitude of types of work including film, photographs, art, audio and more and lasts for the duration of the author’s life plus 70 years. Infringing on someone’s copyright can result in financial damage awarded through litigation and also damage to reputation through negative publicity.