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US Congressman Joe Barton sends letter to Google worried that Glass could infringe on people's privacy

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US Congressman Joe Barton has sent a letter to Google over concerns he and other lawmakers have over the use of its Glass device. He believes that there is a potential for device owners to misuse the information it gathers. In a bi-partisan manner, Barton’s letter was co-signed by Representative...
US Congressman Joe Barton sends letter to Google worried that Glass could infringe on people's privacy

Vine Hit By DMCA Take-Downs From Prince's Record Label

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Eight seconds of material enough to infringe on Prince's copyright, it seems. According to TheNextWeb.com, Twitter has received notice from NPG Records that eight video clips posted on its Vine social video service violate pop artist Prince's IP. Using the DMCA process, NPG requested the clips be taken down--and...
Vine Hit By DMCA Take-Downs From Prince's Record Label

Don't Even THINK You're Going to Get Away with Vining that Prince Concert

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Please don’t sue me, Prince! (Wikipedia) Prince is a legendary for three things: His music; his overall wackiness; and his scorched-earth policy toward digital bootleggers. The man sometimes seems to spend more time playing whack-a-mole with concert clips on YouTube than recording new music. Post so much as a video...
Don't Even THINK You're Going to Get Away with Vining that Prince Concert

Sign o' the Times: Twitter gets a Vine copyright complaint from Prince's record label

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Twitter has been served a DMCA copyright complaint for content that was published using the Vine video platform it acquired and launched earlier this year. Twitter openly shares how many DMCA takedown notices it gets from copyright holders concerned with content shared on Twitter (or in this case, one of...
Sign o' the Times: Twitter gets a Vine copyright complaint from Prince's record label

Prince would Sue U 4 using Vine

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It seems that not everyone wants in on the Vine party — especially not legendary pop artist, Prince. Prince’s record label NPG records has filed a DMCA copyright complaint with Twitter over a series of videos containing Prince’s content that were posted to Vine, Twitter’s newest video platform, as The Next...
Prince would Sue U 4 using Vine
Prince's record label yanks 'unauthorized recordings' from Twitter's Vine app

Here's The Vine Video Prince Abused The DMCA To Take Down

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We just posted about Prince's NPG Records issuing DMCA takedowns on a set of Vine videos. While noting that Prince regularly seeks to shut down internet support of his work far beyond what the law allows, we also pointed out that, given the 6 second limit on Vine videos, it...
Here's The Vine Video Prince Abused The DMCA To Take Down
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