New Media Rights has made a name for itself standing up to content bullies, and we've done it once again this month. After you check out the latest below, help us take our fight against content bullying to SXSW by voting for our panel "Stand Up To Content Bullies, Know Your Copy Rights!" on the SXSW panel picker. Voting ends September 6 so vote now!
New Media Rights fights content bullies yet again! Media Literacy Project is an Albuquerque, New Mexico based nonprofit. Through education and grassroots campaigns, Media Literacy Project works to help people become “critical media consumers and engaged media justice advocates who deconstruct media, inform media policy, and create media that reflect their lived experience.”
Sometimes government or corporate interests don’t appreciate their criticism. Recently, New Media Rights stepped in and helped ensure they were not unfairly silenced.
Planning on creating a video game, or created one already? Our latest guide helps you understand some the frequent questions about copyright, trademark and intellectual property when it comes to video games.
Learn how video games are protected under copyright and trademark law, how to respond when your game is removed from the web or an mobile app store by a DMCA takedown notice, and the many ways the law affects the creative process of making a video game.
In our new book, we focus on issues you may encounter from the inception of your business to the moment (that hopefully doesn’t happen) you get a nasty lawyer letter for the first time.
You’ll learn how to form your business, protect your intellectual property, and avoid problems when launching your project. Taking a few simple steps upfront to protect your business or project can save time and money down the road. Don't Panic has also been used in undergraduate & graduate classes nationwide to teach business and legal concepts to non-lawyers. Professors can request a FREE evaluation copy