MPAA wants copies of Megaupload's servers, Justin Bieber's team misses expert witness deadline and Donald Trump fan video removed on copyright grounds.
YouTube found not liable in Germany, US Commerce department wants lower copyright penalties in the U.S. and Amazon seeks to create a Spotify killer.
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.
Appeals court upholds $540,000 stamp judgment, Australian ISPs have a month to reach deal with content creators and Hotfile settles with publishers.
Photographer sues over iconic Air Jordan logo, Apple, Google and more sued over streaming pre-1972 recordings and Apple patents legitimate file sharing.
Lionsgate names the Does in the Expendables 3 lawsuit, Cox responds to music publishers and Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat.
Class action suit filed against Rightscorp over robocalls, Kim Dotcom remains out on bail with restrictions and Activision targets glitch videos.
Lionsgate wins restraining order over Expendables 3 leak, comic book artist uses DMCA to target critic and monkey selfie center of Wikipedia legal dispute.
TV networks respond to Aereo's Supreme Court petition, unsealed evidence says Kim Dotcom ratted on competitors and German court reevaluates Redtube notices.
Aereo asks SCOTUS to take its case, Weird Al settles with Sony and Santa Claus is coming to town, but he isn't leaving EMI to do it.