Feb 28, 2024

Ten questions with Ingrid Verschuren: Head of Data Strategy & AI, Dow Jones

As the generative AI boom sweeps over the media industry, Campaign catches up with Dow Jones' Ingrid Verschuren to discuss how the news and finance conglomerate is embracing artificial intelligence and navigating both its threats and opportunities.

Jan 7, 2024

Brands are fascinated by—and terrified of—public domain Mickey Mouse

Social media managers couldn’t tell if hopping on the first big meme of 2024 was a genius or terrible idea.

Nov 8, 2023

ChatGPT makers OpenAI promise to pay legal fees for clients sued over copyright

OpenAI's CEO Sam Altman made the announcement at the company's first conference in San Francisco where he called the reimbursement offer a "copyright shield", which will defend customers from legal action.

Aug 4, 2023

AFP sues Musk’s 'X' over its refusal to pay for news content

In a move that could set off a domino effect for like agencies, the AFP said the aim of the case is to force X to hand over data that will allow them to estimate a fair level of compensation for news shared.

Jul 27, 2023

H&M files lawsuit against Shein in Hong Kong for copyright infringement

The Swedish fast-fashion giant is suing its rapidly-growing Chinese rival Shein in Hong Kong, for what it claims is "a substantial reproduction of copyrighted works."

May 23, 2022

Audi and M&C Saatchi accused of plagiarism in new ad

The Audi film—featuring HK star Andy Lau—is under fire for word-for-word similarities to a poem constructed by a Chinese influencer on Douyin.