Warner/Chappell seeks dismissal in Happy Birthday lawsuit, Ministry of Sound sues Spotify over playlists and Six Strikes has little impact on Pirate Bay traffic.
France stops disconnecting suspected pirates, a fan subtitle site is shuttered in Sweden and the Prenda drama gets even more strange...
France ends piracy disconnections, Australian journalists worry about future royalties and Pirate Bay founder appeals criminal hacking sentence.
Hadopi disconnects its first pirate, Intel looks to launch virtual cable company and a new virus pretends to be collecting copyright fines from the FBI.
French government ponders weakening its three strikes system, Young Jeezy sued over lyrical plagiarism and Aereo expands to Atlanta...
This week, we talk about the soap opera surrounding Prenda Law, the Pirate Bay founders losing their appeal and a legal setback for Kim Dotcom.
HADOPI in France looks to taget streaming sites, AP gets support in its case versus Meltwater and Comcast shows us its strikes.
Kim Dotcom launches Mega, EFF files brief in Meltwater case, more newspapers lift Twitter images and horror movie filmed at Disney without permission.
French newspapers and Google fail to reach a deal, Mega is plagued with security concerns and Hadopi plans to expand despite budget cuts.
In France, HADOPI hands out its frist fine, Canada's Mint drops royalty claim over penny image and fake versions of WIndows spread viruses.