How the EU Came to Govern the Internet

May 25, 2018 was something of a milestone for the internet. Countless sites and companies scrambled to...

Understanding the Star Trek: Discovery Plagiarism Allegations

A recent lawsuit accuses CBS of plagiarizing elements of Star Trek: Discovery. Here's why the lawsuit has very little chance of success.

Plagiarism in Pop Culture: Elementary

A recent epiosode of the TV show Elementary dealt with sex dolls and teleportation, but the real motive was something a bit more basic: Plagiarism.

Copyright Confusion and the U.S.-Mexican Trade Deal

A recent trade deal between Mexico and the U.S. raised fears (and hopes) of a potential copyright extension. However, that does not appear to be the case.

3 Count

3 Count: Un-Rapidshare

Rogers wins right to charge for tracking down pirates, Rapidshare founder on trial in Swizterland and photographer sues Netflix for copyright infringement.

3 Count: EU Passage

Have any suggestions for the 3 Count? Let me know via Twitter @plagiarismtoday. 1: European...

3 Count: EU Part 2

EU Parliament set to vote again on copyright reforms, Prince estate targets European bootleggers and ABA files amicus brief with the Supreme Court.

3 Count: Legal Cobbler

Ninth Circuit upholds attorneys fees in BitTorrent piracy case, YouTube boxing match leads to multiple takedowns and a lawsuit over Star Trek: Discovery.

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