With the Defamation Act 2013 likely to start bringing “new style” defamation cases into the courtroom next year, now is a good time to take a look at what is, and what is not, defamation in the United Kingdom. The new Defamation Act changes a lot of what was considered defamation; reduces the potential for […]
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With only 10 months to go before Scotland votes on whether to secede from the United Kingdom, rumours are already spreading of a change to the national flag. Do we need one?
The Facebook website is maintained by a massive database that serves millions of people every day, so it is only to be expected that there will be a mishap here and there.
Contracts are legal documents created to demonstrate an agreement on behalf of two parties to undertake a certain endeavour. The subject of the contract can be anything from buying a newspaper to building the Large Hadron Collider.
It’s Victorian England, 1889, and London is still reeling from the aftermath of Jack the Ripper.
There are veteran comics doing the rounds that don’t have the presentation Steve Ogden has managed in just shy of seven months.
A common problem webcomic artists stumble into with alarming regularity is the need to see constantly rising viewing figures. The need for validation can be a significant one.
The creator of the popular Amerimanga Misfile talks to The Webcomic Builder about how and why he creates webcomics.
It’s a great day for some lucky (but above all, hard working) web comic creators! Yes, that’s right – the day has arrived. It’s the announcement of the first winners in the annual Webcomic List Awards!
Gianna Masetti is the creator of The Noob. She took a little time out from her busy schedule to talk to The Webcomic Builder about how and why she makes comics.