Another week, another YouTube copyright laws. This one has the composer behind A Clockwork Orange suing YouTuber Lewis Bond over a mini-documentary.
Pure Flix sued over God is Not Dead, YouTuber sued by composer of Clockwork Orange and SoundExchange appeals Copyright Royalty Board ruling.
False DMCA notices are rare, but if one does happen to you and your site, you can easily survive it if you are prepared and know what to do.
MPAA joins the Baltimore Ravens to argue in favor of fair use, YouTube says it can't restore all counter-noticed videos and broader EU licensing framework unveiled.
When Flickr accidentally deleted Mirco Wilhelm's account, along with his 4,000 images, they unwittingly illustrated an ugly truth about the DMCA process.
When Chunlou Yung created a Facebook group for the movie "Let Me In", he didn't realize that it would be come a case study in the DMCA and counternotices.
The DMCA notice-and-takedown system has a rarely used flip side that can restore works wrongfully removed. Here are some of the more common questions answered.