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Netflix Sued for Using Man’s Photo in True-Crime Documentary – In The News – 04/21/23

Netflix Sued for Using Man’s Photo in True-Crime Documentary – In The News – 04/21/23

MORE: Reporter leaves recorder in meeting, hears city employees talking about having him killed; Mother and son pen positive book for children; Did you know it’s illegal to protest outside libraries in Canada?; Artist rejects photo prize because his image was AI generated; BuzzFeed News is out of business; and Singer leaves country music industry to serve God.

Battle Rages in Texas County over Puberty and Fart Books – In The News – 04-14-23

Battle Rages in Texas County over Puberty and Fart Books – In The News – 04-14-23

MORE: Amazon-owned online bookstore shuts down and we’re GLAD! (We’ll tell you why next week.); Shouldn’t Gavin Newsom have better things to do?; Reddit continues to ban copyright infringers; Fox News sued for libel; Television writers might go on strike; American journalist jailed in Russia forbidden to share accusations against him; and Satire site Babylon Bee sues CA Attorney General for censorship.

Getty Images Sues AI Company for Copyright Infringement – In The News – 04/08/2023

Getty Images Sues AI Company for Copyright Infringement – In The News – 04/08/2023

MORE: Teacher fired after asking students to write their own obituaries; New York public library offers paid internships to black applicants only; SF blames at-home workers for its financial woes downtown; Australian mayor will file defamation lawsuit against AI company; Author James Patterson accuses some media outlets of not reporting on his new book; Posthumous book editing can be considered censorship; and Publishers accused ad-tech firms of intellectual property infringement.

Lawmaker Wants to Fine Bloggers $2,500 PER POST if They Fail to Register with the State – In The News – 03/10/2023

Lawmaker Wants to Fine Bloggers $2,500 PER POST if They Fail to Register with the State – In The News – 03/10/2023

MORE: “Disinformation is simply a dog whistle for “censorship”; R.L. Stine says he did NOT give his publisher permission to re-edit his books; More adult books being found in children’s school libraries; CBS News contributor and author accused of plagiarism in new book; More colleges are banning ChatGPT; and Lawmakers furious when journalists refuse to give up their sources.