More legal wrangling over the fate of Buck Rogers, Pandora's on-demand streaming service may launch later this year and Apple breaks negotiations with Tidal.
U.S. Copyright Office criticizes the FCC's set top box recommendations, Atlantic Records seeks details on song leaker from Reddit and more.
Apple proposes simplified songwriter royalty rate, Fugees co-founder sues Showtime over misuse of his film and Nintendo clamps down on Pokemon Go piracy.
UK study shows streaming up and piracy down, Apple patent may disable cameras in movie theaters and game returns to Steam after fixing copyright issues.
World's cheapest phone is the subject of a copyright controversy, 4Shared removed from South Korea block list and Crying Michael Jordan meme is safe.
Artist sues to prevent mural from being destroyed, Apple raises iPhone and iPad prices after German levies and The Bluebook sparks a war of words.
A recent story highlighted the danger of copyright infringement in app stores. However, it's a problem we're only seeing the beginnings of.
Kim Dotcom begins defense in extradition hearing, Elsevier wins injunction against 3 pirate sites and Steve Jobs movie sparks photographer lawsuit.
Adblocking is exploding in popularity and now it's jumping to mobile with iOS 9. Publishers need to understand adblockers if they want to change them.
GI Joe creator seeks to reclaim copyright, Rick Ross loses Hustlin' decision against LMFAO and Apple to appeal ebook price fixing to Supreme Court.