Here is a good example of a copyright case, and as it's very recent (at the time of writing) the precedent set is unlikely to have been superseded.

The web page outlines the case in which a photographer's work was reproduced by the Mirror Group without permission.

It's interesting as it involves use of the photographer's work in back issues made available online, but the really good part is this: When the photographs were originally supplied to the Mirror Group, the internet wasn't around. If use of the images online wasn't mentioned in the agreement, but the internet wasn't a consideration when the agreement was made, then who's right and who's wrong?

Click here to find out.