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Thursday News: Three’s Company parody prevails, authorial agency and commercialism, Fresh Romance Kickstarter, and Nature’s April Fool’s joke

Thursday News: Three’s Company parody prevails, authorial agency and commercialism, Fresh...

Play Reimagining ‘Three’s Company’ Wins Case – This is sort of a good news/bad news situation. The good news is that the play “3C,” which parodies the television series “Three’s Company,” has prevailed in federal court as transformative and therefore… more

Wednesday News: Cell phones and supercookies, EFF’s plan for abandoned games, infringement suit against Jay Z, and PW’s best books for 2014

Wednesday News: Cell phones and supercookies, EFF’s plan for abandoned games,...

Verizon, AT&T tracking their users with ‘supercookies’ – Soooo, it turns out that companies like AT&T and Verizon have been using something called “supercookies” to basically track everything their customers do on the internet with their cell phones. Isn’t that… more

Friday News: Controversial new Spider Woman cover, Canadian copyright’s unintended consequences, Arab Noir fiction, and Gretna Green’s marriage business

Friday News: Controversial new Spider Woman cover, Canadian copyright’s unintended consequences,...

New Spider-Woman comic cover condemned for ‘blatant sexualisation’ – An interesting illustration of the disconnect between the diversification of the comic reader and those still producing them (and a good companion piece to the diversity in publishing story from yesterday)…. more