Reddit and CloudFlare are both companies that claim to support free speech, but have shown that their policies can shift wildly when challenged.
Universal warns judge not to violate the seventh amendment in Blurred Lines Case, Inglewood sues YouTube critic and other copyright news!
Cloudflare ordered to stop serving the new Grooveshark, Amazon leaves the MIC coalition and Who's On First becomes the center of a broadway dispute.
Hola VPN creates security concerns, judge explains why Pandora owes 2.5 percent to BMI and CloudFlare challenges RIAA on restraining order.
Turtles lawsuit against SiriusXM certified as class action, NMPA sues Wolfgang's Vault and RiAA attacks Cloudflare and LeaseWeb.
Google wins injunction against MS Attorney Gneeral, the Gaye estate questions statements made during trial and Nickelodeon Reboot sued.
Earlier this year, CloudFlare introduces Scrapeshield, a tool to track scraping, but how well does it work? It depends on what you're trying to do.
Working with Cloudfare, the largest CDN of its kind, can be a bit difficult but there is a workaround that can help eliminate many of the challenges.
Cloudflare represents a major change in the way sites are being hosted. A change every person who reports abuse needs to be aware of.