CEPIC is pleased to announce that we will be attending this year’s London Fotofringe! This is a great opportunity for us to meet and greet those in the image industry and introduce our work to those that it affects.
We’re very happy to announce that Pyramide Europe has joined the battle against framing. Alongside CEPIC, EFJ, and EVA, Pyramide Europe are working to protect creators by highlighting and bringing an end to image framing/embedding.
The IPTC Spring Meeting takes place in April aiming to discuss and develop their ideas to support the rapid innovation of the media and the news industry in particular.
ImageRights President and CEO Joe Naylor has been appointed Chairperson of Digital Media Licensing Association (DMLA) Technology Committee. The announcement was made by DMLA President Geoff Cannon.
Copyright “safe harbour” rules, drawn up a quarter of a century ago to help nurture early online commerce, are today distorting the digital market, profiting tech giants and leading to significant underpayment of copyright owners, a new US economic study says.
A view on Blockchain v. Copyright Registration in the USA.
The company has also redesigned its blog to help designers unlock the full potential of their work and get noticed
Getty Images, a world leader in visual communication, and Google today announced an agreement that includes a multi-year global licensing partnership, enabling Google to use Getty Images’ content within its various products and services.
KODAKOne platform and KODAKCoin cryptocurrency give photographers a new revenue stream and a secure platform for protecting their work.
Copytrack, the blockchain powered copyright registry and enforcement platform is preparing the enter the second round of the crowdsale as the highly successful token presale comes to an end. The Copytrack ICO is set to go live on January 10, 2018.