3 Count: Returning Cars

3 Count: Returning Cars

Two more Android pirates plead guilty, Kim Dotcom may get some of his property back and more tech companies back Google in Innocence of Muslims case.

The Spotify Lover’s Delimma

The Spotify Lover's Delimma

Spotify, and the services like it, bring unprecedented options to music fans. But those options haven't equated to success for musicians, creating a d

3 Count: Banana Dance

3 Count: Banana Dance

MGM loses bid to look at Section 6 script, broadcasters ponder post-Aereo future and banana costume leads to bizarre appeals court ruling.

3 Count: Returning Cars

3 Count: Returning Cars

Date: Apr 16, 20141
The Spotify Lover’s Delimma

The Spotify Lover's Delimma

Date: Apr 15, 20142
3 Count: Banana Dance

3 Count: Banana Dance

Date: Apr 15, 20143
3 Count: Mega Pileup
Movie studios file a lawsuit against Megaupload, Malibu Media details more of its litigation process and Warner/Turner win lawsuit over fake collectables.
3 Count: Singapore Blockade
Singapore looks to start blocking infringing websites, MGM sues over alleged James Bond knockoff and NBCU wins Ghost Hunters case.
Copyright 2.0 Show – Episode 321 – MP3Tuned
Former MP3Tunes head ordered to pay $41 million, Frozen trailer draws lawsuit and UK legalizes CD ripping plus much, much more!
3 Count: VKonakte VLawsuit
Record labels sue VKontakte over music service, DVD ripping software co hit with criminal judgment in Antigua and Notorious B.I.G. estate sued over sample.
Site Hijacking: The Ultimate Content Theft
Any webmaster worried about content theft needs to be equally worried about site hijacking. After all, hijackers don't just copy content, the steal it all.
3 Count: Supreme Avengers
Kirby estate turns to the Supreme Court in copyright termination fight, consumer groups file petitions in Aereo case and more!
3 Count: B.I.G. Lawsuit
Notorious B.I.G. estate files preemptive lawsuit over sampling, Saudi Arabia blocks The Pirate Bay and tweets lead to arrest of South African film leaker.
The Dropbox DMCA Controversy Explained
Dropbox found itself at the center of a controversy over its DMCA policies. While the truth has since come out, we need to understand what happened and why.
3 Count: Frozen Lawsuit
Filmmaker sues Frozen over teaser trailer, Warner Brothers and New Line sued in bid to stop Conjuring sequels and ABC station reenacts game.
3 Count: Rip On UK
UK to make CD ripping legal, City of London Police create database of infringing sites to deter advertising and Justin Beiber wins a copyright lawsuit.

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