A grandmother has been ordered by a European court to remove pictures of her grandchildren from Facebook and Pinterest or face increasing fines.
A man from New York City was arrested in Hawaii for violating the state’s quarantine orders after he posted photos of himself on a beach on Instagram.
You have probably read at least one story like this at some point. A celebrity is being sued for posting a picture of themselves on Instagram, and this time, it is Jennifer Hudson.
It is unfortunately common practice nowadays for news organizations to source free content from photos and video posted on social media, but the AP’s approach is coming under particular criticism for terms that have been deemed “abusive across the board.”
Activists are calling for all charges against a photographer to be dismissed after he was beaten by police multiple times after photographing them enforcing a coronavirus lockdown.
A former McDonald’s worker has multiple year-long battle with Getty Images, in which she was attempting to have the renowned photo agency remove a stock image of her. The photo in question was taken without her consent, while she was working, and used within negative press articles.
A major international court ruling may force DJI to pull numerous drones off the shelves in the United States due to a patent violation.
Video has surfaced showing a drone flying dangerously and illegally close to military jets over a major American city.
Cincoro, the premium tequila company founded by Michael Jordan and a group of NBA owners, is being sued by a Los Angeles photographer for copyright infringement in a suit that alleges the company used her images in a variety of instances without her permission.