Copytrack Lawyer’s Conference: New EU Copyright Regulation

COPYTRACK always put all our effort into every individual case submitted to us. But that is not all we do; we continuously work to be at […]

Memes – funny, but not in terms of copyright!

On a daily basis, millions of Internet users share, re-blog, re-tweet, and re-post content from others on social media. This behavior has led to a flourishing […]

Why Copytrack is so successful in the United States – an opportunity for photographers

America, the land of opportunity – a title that’s also fitting when we talk about the enforcement of claims for copyright infringement. Contrary to Germany, the […]

Copytrack negotiates settlement: Leipzig hotel ordered to pay 25,000 EUR in damages!

In a legal battle with a renowned hotel in Leipzig, Copytrack has been able to reach a settlement for a Berlin-based photographer in the amount of […]

Free online images: There’s a lot you’ll need to know first!

Countless images are being used on the internet – whether they’re used to illustrate news articles or to make websites more aesthetically pleasing. Pictures are great […]

Artificial Intelligence and Copyright: Is AI a Threat to Photographers?

Did you know that in 2018, an image created via artificial intelligence was auctioned off for nearly half a million dollars? Thanks to instances like this, […]

Does Facebook Own My Photos? Here’s What You Need to Know

One surprising statistic about Facebook is that every day, hundreds of millions of pictures are shared on the platform. While some photographers claim that uploading their […]

What Are the Differences between European Copyright and U.S. Copyright?

When copyright cases are taken across international borders, things can get messy. The reason for this is largely due to the way different parts of the […]

Copyright Law in Europe Explained

With just a few clicks, copyright protected work like photos, graphics and videos can be accessed anywhere in the world. Keeping track of copyright laws around […]