Monthly Archive: November 2005

While the United States is the only country which gives incentives for copyright registration, the concept of having a centralized location for the issuance of registration and the exhibition of works is catching on in other nations. The copyright registration fee is seen as an easy victimless tax; and the database of the works created …

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The Children’s Advertising Review Unit (“CARU”) issued a press release today stating that food company Kellogg’s, which markets to children on children’s programming, has agreed to remove the tagline It’s the Fruit Snack with a Twist from its “Twistables” fruit-flavored snacks. The press release also stated that Kellogg’s has agreed to remove from its television …

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