Intellectual property rights ("IPR") are packages of rights which apply to content. It is these rights which allow us to get the most value out of our creations. If you are a content creator whether you code, voice act, develop, design or stream that content has value in the form of the underlying IPR which … Continue reading Why do intellectual property rights matter to content creators?
On 4 September 2019 the FTC fined Google $170m for its subsidiary YouTube’s failure to comply with the Children’s Online Privacy and Protection Act (“COPPA”). The failings related to YouTube collecting the personal information of viewers of child-directed channels without obtaining their parent’s consent, which is prohibited under COPPA. In addition to the fine Google … Continue reading What COPPA actually means for YouTube content creators