Where 2012 was a year of epic struggles, 2013 was a year of frequently but small skirmishes, both in front of and behind the scenes.
Appeals court upholds $540,000 stamp judgment, Australian ISPs have a month to reach deal with content creators and Hotfile settles with publishers.
It's a lawsuit-crazy week as Tarantino sues Gawker, Playboy sues Harper's Bazaar, book publishers sue Hotfile, a movie studio sues Fileserve and more!
Publishers file suit against Hotfile, James Cameron wins another Avatar lawsuit and the Columbia Journalism Review angers photo editor with infringing image
MPAA and Hotfile settle, French court orders search engines to delist sites and postal service sued over statue of liberty stamp.
With the closure of Hotfile, questions are raised about what this means for content creators and the cyberlocker industry. Here are a few likely outcomes.
Hotfile shutters after settling with the MPAA, Spotify launches new site aimed at artists and Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood sued over 'Remind Me'.
MPAA can't call Hotfile pirates, Aimee Mann wins opening round in music licensing case and U.S. Postal Service sued over liberty statue stamp.
Fox falls short again on Hopper DVR dispute, Aereo may be scoring another win and Google Book Search case may be winding down.
DMCA Safe Harbor, like most laws, shifts as the courts rule on it. Four recent court rulings could have a big impact on the famous (and infamous) process.