Android app pirate pleads guilty to copyright infringement, Beyonce accused of plagiarism in Hold Up music video and Blizzard to meet with server admins.
Kirtsaeng returns to the Supreme Court, Led Zeppelin plaintiffs severely limited at trial and Beyonce embraces collaboration and songwriter credit.
Deadmau5 sues former label over unauthorized remixes, Razer splits with Carnage over pirated software controversy and appeal expected in Beyonce case.
Main Popcorn Time fork goes down permanently as developers launch a new project, Beyonce emerges victorious in XO lawsuit.
Google suffers legal defeat in Canada, CODE act met with a divisive response and Beyonce is sued for $7 million over XO.
This week, we talk about the soap opera surrounding Prenda Law, the Pirate Bay founders losing their appeal and a legal setback for Kim Dotcom.
Paper says eliminating DRM could reduce piracy, Righthaven pleads for a reprieve and Beyonce accused of dance plagiarism.
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1: Beyonce's Record Company Puts a Ring On Her YouTube Channel
It is a new year and time for another linkroll for the week's copyright news. This one includes a great deal of music news...