YTWWN is a blog where users have taken notice to a blatant rip off of a creative work. Recently, we found an interesting blog about the subject of (mostly) corporate rip-offs and copyright violations: You thought we wouldn't notice - some interesting reads, frequent updates and lots of discussions to follow. It is an open blog, so you can register and participate.
The above mentioned Art Newspaper has just recently moved to a new website. The old website, and some archives, are still on line, go to Old: The Art Newspaper and input Copyright in their search to find some 52 assorted articles about the subject (it goes back to 2012 only, so the article by Simon Stokes is no longer available).
A very good site to consult is this one:
interesting articles, including Copyright issues, are found on this website:
also, check this website dealing with copyright issues:
Droit de suite (French for "right to follow") is a right granted to artists or their heirs, in some jurisdictions, to receive a fee on the resale of their works of art. This should be contrasted with policies such as the American first-sale doctrine, where artists do not have the right to control or profit from subsequent sales.