Ex-studio work pled guilty to leaking The Revenant, US Copyright Office rules on making available and YouTube promises to improve its copyright policies.
Artista networks countersues Cisco over copyright abuse, Regal Cinemas order to stop seeking exclusive film deals and YouTuber gets creative with ContentID.
Rdio launches new, cheaper plan, Australian Parliament committee says that site blocking raises human rights issues and YouTuber sues over ContentID.
Grooveshark reemerges, at least in name, Dallas Buyers Club wins legal fees in ISP battle and Twitch announces copyright appeal process.
Nintendo's targeting of YouTubers has left a bad taste in the mouths of many, including many of the company's biggest fans.
Microsoft and Getty settle their dispute, Popcorn Time heading to iOS and Rand Paul's presidential announcement removed over copyright claim.
YouTube hits $1 billion in ContentID payouts, Aereo to face TV broadcasters in court and Microsoft sends some false DMCA notices.
SoundCloud offers Universal Music easy access to remove infringements, Kim Dotcom's passwords to stay in New Zealand and Katy Perry sued over Dark Horse.
Getting caught up after two weeks away can always be tough, so here's a quick rundown of what I missed while I was gone and what my thoughts are on it.
YouTube's recent policy changes have generated a lot of uncertainty and a lot of misinformation. Here's my attempt to clear some of that up.