May 29, 2018 — You’re building websites, have a grand ol’ time, then it hits you: a copyright takedown notice. What did you do wrong?
The Creative Commons Scavenger Hunt aims to demystify copyright, fair use, and creative commons; what you can use on your website and when, be it images, videos, audio or text.
Come for the knowledge, leave with a prize for the team that finds the most items on the Creative Commons Scavenger Hunt!
April 3, 2018 — Summary of everything
WHY IS WORDPRESS LICENSED UNDER THE GPL?
Why People Hate the GPL?
What the GPL Means to You?
The GPL and WordPress?
WordPress’s GPL Requirement?
Non-GPL WordPress Themes & Plugins?
How WordPress Plugin and Theme Developers Make Money?
THE LEGAL POWER OF THE GPL?
REDUCED RISK OF LEGAL ACTION?
HOW THE GPL WORKS IN FAVOR OF WORDPRESS END USERS AND DEVELOPERS?
ANY REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD ADOPT THE GPL LICENSE?
What is Split Licensing and the GPL?
If I modify the core WordPress software or a GPL’d theme or plugin, must I release the source code of the modified versions(s) to the public?
July 12, 2017 — Mridul Goswami is a practicing Lawyer with over 3 years of experience and a keen interest in technology. Along with this he has been a web developer for last 5 years. In this talk Mridul shares the importance of setting up correct contracts with clients and essentials for the terms and conditions of a web project.
September 21, 2016 — Building and maintaining a website to market a business, to promote a cause, or to just blog an opinion is fraught with intellectual property (IP) issues. Protecting the content and branding on the website is one concern; making sure you are not infringing someone else’s copyrights and trademarks is another. In our globally connected economy where a strong internet presence is necessary for success, trademark bullies and copyright trolls are ever-watching; ready to pounce on unsuspecting infringers. We will discuss exactly what is protected by copyright law and by trademark law; common infringement risks seen on websites (and how to avoid them), and the fair use defense.