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.
Anne Frank's diary posted online despite objections by claimed rightsholders, EU strikes a blow against copyright levies and the MPAA weighs in on net neutrality.
CBS and Paramount sue over crowdfunded fan film, Quentin Tarantino sued over Django Unchained and Google to change Java API in Android.
CBS defends blocking Time Warner customers, China vows to do more to protect news content and US Government releases previously seized domain.
TVEyes hit with an injunction, former Prenda attorney facing disciplinary board, MPAA seek injunction against MovieTube and more copyright news!