Crypto group Spice DAO purchased a rare Dune book and mistook it for owning the copyright. Here's why the misunderstanding is important.
One year after Ruth Shalit Barrett's article for The Atlantic was retracted, she is now suing the publication for defamation and breach of contract.
At the University of Colorado, a dispute over plagiarism in a master thesis has concluded after nearly a decade of back-and-forth.
Canon, in a German tech support post, instructed customers on how to bypass their DRM. Here's why and why it's not a huge deal.
On January 1, 2022, the original Winnie-the-Pooh story lapsed into the public domain. But what does that actually mean for Disney and others?
UK government pauses proposed copyright changes, Maryland defends its e-book law and German court rules ad blocking not infringing.
Rimini Street found in contempt of Oracle injunction, Chris Brown and Drake hit back in lawsuit and Cox wants $1 billion judgment tossed.
PUBG makers sue over competing battle royale game, Poler sued for alleged design infringement and Predator case is settled.
LEGO is sued by artist over allegedly infringing jacket, GitHub removes code that enables piracy and Qatar/Saudi Arabia end their dispute.
Comic artist sues co-creator alleging contract fraud, RIAA responds to YouTube stream ripper and artist files lawsuit against high school.
Activision sues another cheat maker, China bans music services from exclusive agreements and WWE targets Westside Gunn music.