While the Axanar lawsuit grinds on, CBS and Paramount have released guidelines for Star Trek fan films. Fans, however, are not happy.
Led Zeppelin wins Stairway to Heaven trial, German court says digitizing public domain work grants new copyright and CBS and Paramount lay down fan film law.
NBCUniversal settles with Dish Network over AutoHop, Fox News and TV Eyes appeal their case and Led Zeppelin trial concludes day four.
Madonna wins sampling ruling in 9th Circuit, CBS Radio wins unusual verdict over pre-1972 sound recordings and Donald Trump settles with photographers.
CBS and Paramount may soon drop Axanar lawsuit, Australia shelves three strikes for the time being and Disney is heading to Netflix.
Judge refuses to dismiss the Axanar lawsuit, Led Zeppelin's attorneys want to re-depose expert witnesses and study shows site blocking reduces piracy.
CBS argues remastered songs qualify for copyright, David Lowery wants details about the NMPA/Spotify settlement and The Shade Room Facebook page goes down.
Appeals court modifies dancing baby verdict, Oracle sues HP Enterprise and PETA files an appeal in the monkey selfie case.
CBS and Paramount respond to request for specifics in Axanar case, judge in Blurred Lines case reluctant to give attorney fees and more...
The lawsuit over Axanar and the Power/Rangers video are both examples of fan creations clashing with original creators. A trend that will only grow.