Kim Dotcom appeals the seizure of his assets, UK minister says sharing Snapchats is an infringement and adult DVD forum sued for copyright infringement.
PETA appeals loss in selfie monkey case, Nigerian musician sued by photographer and Netflix jumps into the Google DMCA game.
Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams appeal Blurred Lines ruling, Germany museum sues Wikimedia Foundation and EU legislation tackles geoblocking.
TVEyes gets a partial reprieve from its injunctions, Foxtel plans to start trying too block sites next year and a new report looks at piracy and ads.
Aurous hit with a restraining order, Warner/Chappell seeks Happy Birthday reconsideration or appeal and Mein Kampf to be on sale next year in Germany.
Happy Birthday to You is now public domain, Batmobiles qualify for copyright protection and Australia has new person in charge of copyright issues.
Sharebeast is shuttered by DOJ, Kim Dotcom fails to further postpone extradition hearing and Showtime sues to prevent illegal boxing streams.
Ashley Madison uses DMCA to slow spread of hacked data, 6th Circuit revives lawsuit over cheerleading uniforms and CBC/CNN pick wrong man to lift from.
USITC case heads to the appeals court, surprise turnaround in Shakira Loca lawsuit and Marvin Gaye's son isn't suing over Empire.
The Ray Charles Foundation can challenge copyright terminations, dueling kitchen shows spark lawsuit in Australia and IFPI talks royalties, YouTube.