Author: Mario Pena

Using Safe Creative on Facebook to solve plagiarism cases

Today we can say that almost more important than winning in a trial is not having to end up having one in the first place. With plagiarism issues such processes are always uncertain and costly, even when there’s already sufficient evidence of authorship to win. On the other hand large technology companies like Facebook, Amazon or Google have become essential… Read more →




Mobile version of Safe Creative

From today on all of you accesing Safe Creative from a mobile device, such as a smartphone or a tablet, will be able to use the simplified mobile device optimized version of our platform. This way you’ll be able to make basic registration directly of the contents you have in your portable device, such as pictures or videos. So as… Read more →




C3S is now registered as a European Cooperative Society

    Düsseldorf, 31.03.2014 – Last Friday, the Cultural Commons Collecting Society SCE mbH was entered into the register of cooperatives of the local court of Düsseldorf (No. GnR 506). The C3S SCE is therefore now vested with legal capacity and capable of acting. Now, the first employees will be hired and the development project, which is supported by the… Read more →




Introducing CreaTVplace in the International Film Festival of Sant Sebastian

  In the context of the International Film Festival of Sant Sebastian, Safe Creative introduced CreaTVplace, the marketplace for TV formats. Juancho Redondo, Safe Creative advisor, along with representatives from Google, EGEDA and Telefonica Spain, discussed the need to adapt the solutions offered to the creators and businesses to the digital reality they are living. In this context CreaTVplace commitment… Read more →




Academic Plagiarism

When we talk about plagiarism we usually refer to people using somebody elses work as their own. Imagine someone using your picture in a magazine and not only not crediting you, but passing the picture as his own. The same happens with music, books, articles and so on. What drives someone to be a plagiarist? Lack of time, of self-esteem…… Read more →