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Dr. Tom Waddell
Athlete/founder of the Gay Olympic Games

The United States Olympic Committee sued, claiming trademark infringement, and on August 9, the judge issued an injunctions prohibiting the San Francisco group from using the word “Olympic.”

Waddell was incredulous. Before a gathering of reporters, he listed the many other Olympics that didn’t raise the USOC’s ire: the Special Olympics, Wheelchair Olympics, Junior Olympics, Police Olympics, Armchair Olympics, Explorer Scout Olympics, Xerox Olympics, Rat Olympics Armenian Olympic, and a Crab Cooking Olympics. 

“The bottom line is that if I’m a rat, a crab, a copying machine or an Armenian, I can have my own Olympics. If I’m gay, I can’t,” Waddell said. 

Others were similarly surprised. Sports Illustrated pointed out the irony that “the ancient Olympics, an all-male event in which participants competed in the nude, was staged by a society in which homosexuality flourished. ”  More

anonymous asked:

I'm part of this Gravity Falls reddit group and some of the commenters on your cake were saying you could get in trouble with Disney for copyright infringement. Is this true?

I read part of that chat! I wish I could join so I’ll just answer this here to assure you guys I’m not going to mouse jail.

Heres’ the thing: A year ago, Disney started cracking down on bakers for Disney cakes for copyright infringement. It didn’t matter that one baker worked from her home, made two mickey mouse face cakes and made $30 on both- they allegedly served her a $3,000 fine and cease & desist notice. (The reason being, Disney makes their own cakes in their parks and does this to discourage customers going anywhere else.)

For this reason, I don’t accept money for Disney cakes. Any disney cake I’ve ever done has been for fun and no money exchanged. That Gravity Falls cake? Just fun and sculpting practice. Plus a fun treat for you tumblr fans!

At that point it’s just fanart.

It’s why you’ll never see a Disney Nerdache Box or any ready-made goods on our site. 

As for the Bakery? A large percentage of our budget is proper licensing, so that we can reproduce copyrighted characters in cake. (As shown in our budget wheel.)

So no mouse jail for Ant just yet, and btw yes It was totes delicious!

If I could start college all over again I would do an INDS major, studying the intersections between the U.S. military, multinational companies (including Big Agra), and international entities like the World Bank/IMF and study how they infringe on indigenous people’s rights and land holdings the world over.

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“Nooo! :’( Is there nothing we can do to help our Queen get back? ”

damn what happened? it’s just for that audio post? :(:(:(

Apparently her original blog was deleted for publishing set pictures, but we don’t know yet why these blogs were deleted by the staff :s


feresf answered your question “Nooo! :’( Is there nothing we can do to help our Queen get back? ”

what? the hell is going on tumblr?

I don’t really get it either, tumblr doesn’t seem to be very consequent with these things. Other people who had their blog deleted were able to create new accounts and keep on blogging, but apparently for torrilla that’s not the case? They either must have had her IP saved or maybe somebody reported her I guess. As far as I know of, she didn’t make any copyright infringements with her new blogs, so my guess is that’s she’s banned by tumblr? There are ways of hiding your IP address of course, but sooner or later someone’s going to find out, I can understand that she doesn’t want to restart the whole project again only to have it deleted in the future :/ Damn this really sucks.

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AU, Daryl is in the hospital and he meets his doctor.

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My first #Normero mix. Hope you all like it.
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How are UMAC team building seminars?

Far too many trust falls and activities with infringe on personal boundaries for my taste, but overall they reassure me that I can rely on my co-workers to be for the most predictable, boring, and narrow-mindedly focussed on their area of expertise.

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Urban outfitters is ripping me off with the help of a party named ‘Bambam’. This is taken from my original work tryypyzoyd. I’m furious. PLEASE SHARE TO HELP.
http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=30672646&parentid=BRANDS

I will respond in to any inquiries over time: I emailed them and I’m have heard back. I’m currently finding the best approach to take action.

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So….I’ll try to sum up what’s happening here. In 2008, I designed and modeled a robot girl for a college assignment. I posted them on DeviantArt as I always do, and since then I’ve gotten quite a few people asking if they can model it as well. I always tell them sure, as long as I’m credited with the design. I failed to put my name/info on the image though, so it has been spread around the internet and some people have modeled it without my permission (just for the record you don’t have to sign something for it to be protected by copyright). They usually find out who made it later and gladly credit me. So I don’t mind!

Until someone tries to sell it.

Fast forward from 2008 to now. I find out that someone has been selling a model of my design on Turbosquid since March of this year, and it has made thousands of dollars in profit. I’m naturally very upset about this, so I report the infringement to Turbosquid. At first they seemed fairly courteous, but then I wake up today and find them basically asking me to let him keep selling the model as long as he credits me. Are you kidding? After making thousands of dollars? Note that Turbosquid takes a 60% commission of profits by default, so they likely made even more money than the seller did from my design.

They tried to appeal to pity by talking about how hard he worked on creating the model from my design. HI! I DID THAT TOO!

I just can’t believe Turbosquid is taking the side of the infringer and trying to ignore the fact that they both made thousands of dollars off my IP without my permission. The minimum amount of money made is $2,481.00. I base that on how many reviews the model had, which you can only do if you buy it. However, this doesn’t include any purchases made that weren’t given reviews.

I think it goes without saying that the profits belong to me. It is not right for a guy in another country to steal my design and make thousands from it while I struggle to make ends meet. I have never made a penny off of that character design. To think that Turbosquid considers it fair for me to make nothing off my design while they made thousands is just unbelievable.

PLEASE reblog this. I am an amateur artist. I am not famous. I spent $130,000 to go to art college and haven’t found a full-time job since. My only job is the freelance I do from home. I am not Disney. I can’t afford to have my designs stolen for profit. I am hopeful that with enough exposure of this, Turbosquid will suddenly find the ethics they dropped on the floor somewhere. If this can happen to me, it can happen to you.

According to Copyright.gov, your work is under copyright protection the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device.

If you see an account on Facebook or Instagram that has posted your work without your permission, you can report them!

To report them on Facebook, use this form.

To report them on Instagram, use this form.

All you need is a link to the infringing content and a link to your original work.

If you post any kind art on the internet, you should have a look at a website called to.be to check if they are making money from your work without your consent.

I don’t mind when people do stuff like this on a small scale, non commercially just for themselves. When a company starts producing and selling these things without even a credit though, it starts to take the piss.

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The Photography Of Douglas Miles was formed in the crucible of San Carlos Arizona.

I don’t shoot stereotypical photos of Native people. My photography is a focused and specific statement on the raw oft overlooked ignored power of Native women, men and youth. Images of tribal people like mine are ignored by the Native Art market/field/media in favor of the romantic, cliche and sweet. I’m not following a trend nor pandering to the mainstream for acceptance, pity or publicity. Nor do I shoot photos of poverty, depression or isolation. Though we face myriad challenges in Indian Country, our people need no more exploitation. Our own tribal narrative is of extreme importance in a society that has attempted to define who we are in our complexity.
Artists like myself create constantly and with purpose. We engage, communicate and address/discuss issues at hand in our art. My work is now entering its 25th year extending into film, skateboarding, photography, writing, directing, producing, acting, product design and brand management.

Recently a pseudo-Native website of questionable repute lifted, borrowed and stole a photo turning it into a cheesy meme with no credit. “Sikkest Natives” has shared this thousands of times without my permission. I don’t allow use or editing of my work without express written permission. Tumblr art shares are okay because they are tracked back and credited. Lynnette Haozous ( originally photographed as Lozen in the “Apache Chronicle” film in San Carlos Arizona) and I have repeatedly addressed the issue with them. I’ve photographed her many times over the years. This site continues to use the my photo (attached).

Some of these so-called Native websites also exploit and objectify Native women. These websites subliminally promote violence as an answer to community problems which is juvenile and often in poor taste. We can do way better than what these pseudo “Native” sites promote. By SHARING this post you can send a message that this is unacceptable.

Thank You

Douglas Miles,
Artist.

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The CEO of Turbosquid got back to me today with some impressive decisions made all on their own. His entire email is above. The sum of things are this:

Turbosquid made $800 off my design. They decided, without my knowledge, to donate the money they earned from my IP to disaster relief. This is incredibly sleazy because: 1. If I complain about it I look like a complete jackass, and 2. they get to claim the donation on their taxes and effectively lose no profit.

Matt has decided that because Shank3D made his very own model of my design, I  do not have any right to the profits. This is a very interesting decision that goes against anything I’ve ever read about copyright and IP.

If I Wrote It, It Isn’t an Infringement

Writing something or creating it yourself does not automatically mean that it is not a copyright infringement. For example, if you write a story based upon another book or take a photograph of a painting, even though you created a new work, it could be what is known as a derivative work and infringement.

Derivative works is a particularly messy area of copyright law and one that is still being settled. However, it is based upon whether an “ordinary observer” would find the works “substantially similar”.

This is a very tricky area but it should suffice to say that simply doing your own work does not protect you from copyright infringement so long as that work is based heavily upon the work of someone else.”

Question: Can I make a sculpture based on a photograph without permission?

Answer: No. The sculpture would be a derivative work.  In one famous case, artists Jeff Koons made a sculpture based on a photograph of a group of puppies and argued that the sculpture was a "fair use.” See Rogers v. Koons, 960 F.2d 301 (2d Cir 1992). The court found that the sculpture was not a fair use, in part because the sculpture damaged the photographer?s potential market for derivative works.  The photographer might want to grant a license to another sculptor to make a new work based on the photograph.  If so, the existence of Koons’ sculpture could reduce the potential market available to that licensee and thereby reduce the value of the photographer?s copyrights.“

I’d say the 10,000 people who responded to my original post are a good sign that there is nothing impressionably different about Shank3D’s derivative work.

The fact that his work is a "derivative work” and not “theft of work” doesn’t give anyone any more right to profit from my designs. If I did file a lawsuit, while I would not get more than the profit made due to the particulars of this matter, every penny profited from the selling of the work would go to me.

If you make a 3D model of Mickey Mouse and sell it, you don’t get to buy everyone pizza and cake to make up for it when you get caught.

On top of this, they have shown no interest in punishing the seller of the work any further than taking the model down. So in short:

- Shank3D gets to keep ~$800 he made by violating Turbosquid’s TOS in just about every way possible. He is also allowed to continue selling his other models on the site despite such flagrant infringement.

-Turbosquid gets to donate ~$800 of their money and decide it was the profit of this model, which is impossible to even prove – it’s abuse of coincidence. Of course there was no indication that it was donated in my name.

-I get to enjoy 0 dollars for my infringement, time taken to remove the infringement, and market confusion.

Pure sleaze. Please reblog this (probably) final part of the story so everyone can see what Turbosquid’s idea of fixing the situation is.

Don’t try to call me again, Matt.