1. Adobe, Nvidia AI imagery systems aim to resolve copyright questions: Two Silicon Valley companies on Tuesday announced new tools that use artificial intelligence to generate images while tackling some of the thorniest legal issues surrounding the technology: copyrights and payments. – Read More on Reuters

2. What a Ban on TikTok in the US Could Mean for Brands and Retailers: Not only would brands and retailers lose their established a presence on the platform, as many companies have invested time and resources in creating TikTok content to reach a younger audience and drive engagement, they would lose a connection that TikTok has built a following on — authenticity. – Read More on PYMNTS

3. Fashion extinction: France’s affordable brands in crisis. Even as French luxury labels such as Chanel and Louis Vuitton continue to churn out profits, many midrange brands have been forced to enter bankruptcy proceedings. Except for those with innovative approaches. – Read More on DW

4. Luxury brands to capitalize on coronation jubilation: The event is “good brand recognition” for British companies. “‘Made in England’ is getting stronger and stronger, and what a perfect way to celebrate it with the coronation.” – Read More on the FT

5. Internet Archive’s digital book lending violates copyrights, US judge rules: U.S. District Judge John Koeltl in Manhattan on Friday came in a closely watched lawsuit that tested the ability of Internet Archive to lend out the works of writers and publishers protected by U.S. copyright laws. – Read More on Reuters

6. China Consumer Data Shows How 1.4 Million Are Spending Again Post Pandemic: “Consumer confidence on the Chinese mainland has surged and exceeded the pre-pandemic level, and the vitality of the market is expected to be restored within the year.” – Read More on