"Read all bout it !! LA Times Claims Ownership Of Everything Their Employees Create Outside of Work !!"
In the world of employers gone wild the Los Angeles Times is demanding ownership of everything their writers come up with outside of the work environment. This has been a longstanding issue with artists in animation and toy design. Now it's creeping into journalism.
Do you think it's okay for employers to own everything you do once you're off the clock? And to use your byline, bio and likeness to market these works?