Oracle explains how Google's Java implementation hurt them, OKCupid data leak is shut down with a DMCA notice and Universal appeals VKontakte ruling.
Michelle Phan and Ultra Records settle their lawsuit, Carpathia Hosting wants to erase Megaupload servers and Microsoft updates TOS to pirates' horror.
A scandal involving an image scraper accused of phishing creators has brought new focus on how creators can protect their copyright and their privacy.
Grooveshark co-founder dies unexpectedly, Ashley Madison turns to DMCA to help after hacking and Chinese film accused of plagiarizing Cars.
Megaupload founder threatens legal action against Leaseweb over data erasure, EU to put copyright levies on printers and DOMA ruling may impact copyright law.
Brett Gibbs asks to be excused from paying penalties, Arbitron sues another broadcaster and Google talks ad-supported piracy with music industry reps.
Browser caches NOT an infringement in the UK, Broadcasters want another chance at an Aereo injunction and Arbitron settles data use case.
New Zealand Copyright Tribunal convicts its first alleged file sharer, Arbitron sues over media ratings and more companies join Google in fighting German legislation.
U.S. clears Megaupload users to get their data, if they pay, artists' widow sues dealers over reproductions and students fights pirates in Europe.
ACTA suffers a setback in the EU, Fate of Megaupload's data to be heard and Google/Oracle case to begin Monday.