If you are looking for a clear developers' guide to GPL, Richard Brest has published a terrific guide to GPL with WordPress developers in mind.
Say you’re a software developer and your customer wants to buy your app, do you know what you should be thinking about when selling software? Here are a few contract tips: Can you legally sell your app? Unless you have developed the code for the app from scratch and haven’t used any previous code of... Continue Reading →
Apple expanded the South African iTunes Store earlier this week with a fairly comprehensive music catalogue. The Store does not include TV series, movies and a meaningful bookstore. It also does not yet include a number of games and applications that are available in more complete stores like the US and UK stores. The South... Continue Reading →
Michalsons Attorneys recently pointed out that the Currency and Exchanges Act was recently expanded to address intellectual property transfers outside of South Africa. The Act, through its regulations, requires any person wishing to export "capital" or any "right to capital" from South Africa requires permission from the South African Reserve Bank. Until recently, the definition... Continue Reading →
Ars Technica (rapidly becoming one of my favorite news and information sources) has published a guide to Creative Commons licenses and Creative Commons licensed images in particular. The guide is titled "Creative Commons images and you: a quick guide for image users" – Here at Ars we're big fans of Creative Commons, both the idea... Continue Reading →
I was invited to participate in a panel discussion and make a presentation regarding a licensing framework known in the music industry as "music synch licensing" at the Moshito Music Conference underway at the Museum Africa in Newtown, Johannesburg. What is this framework about? Well chances are you encounter this form of licensing in action... Continue Reading →