Squid Game has become one of the most popular series launches ever. However, that hasn't stopped some from claiming it's a plagiarism.
Rising celebrity chef Elizabeth Haigh has been accused of plagiarizing her most recent cookbook. We examine both the plagiarism and the law.
An NY Times article has entitled the Who is the Bad Art Friend has captivated the internet. Here, we parse the plagiarism in the story.
W. Franklin Evans, the President of West Liberty University, has been accused of plagiarism in three separate speeches.
A recent video by James Rolfe, AKA: the Angry Video Game Nerd, was plagiarized. However, the story is far from a simple one.
Spike Lee sued over American Skin, Kairosoft accuses Chinese publisher of infringement and Facebook signs deal with French publishers.
Two pizza companies sued over unlicensed photos, a bike shop is sued for the same thing and Dune leaks on pirate sites.
Cher sues Mary Bono over copyright termination, Snoop Dogg sued over viral video and KLF asserts copyright to block documentary.
Sinclair settles embedding case with photographer, Le Tigre sues to declare song non-infringing and Back 4 Blood streamers hit mute.
Radio network gets to keep fees and costs, Cloudflare beats wedding dress lawsuit and Newcastle takeover likely as piracy issue fades.
RIAA wins default judgment against YouTuber rippers, Chris Brown and Drake sued over No Guidance and Dr. Seuss mashup case is settled.