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.
Innocence of Muslims case before the 9th Circuit a 2nd time, Spanish newspapers want Google News back and isoHunt resurrects The Pirate Bay (sort of).
isoHunt closes a day early, Prenda's finances possibly exposed, Jack Kirby's estate and Stan Lee Media lose again and much more!
isoHunt shuts down a day early to avoid archiving, Singapore mulls blocking infringing sites and TotalBiscuit's YouTube review is restored.
IsoHunt settles with MPAA, agrees to close, authors have spat over interview and artists respond to BitTorrent ads with new campaign.
Sherlock Holmes is getting closer to being public domain, MPAA wants $750 million from isoHunt and Toni Braxton loses rights to 27 songs.
Broadcasters lose Aereo injunction, Prenda Lawyers plead the fifth and Baltimore Ravens continue wrangling over their 1996 logo...
isoHunt asks for a jury trial, TV broadcasters want to know what Dish and Aereo are discussing and a university survey causes a copyright spat.
IsoHunt loses its appeal, AP scores a big win over Meltwater, wireless carriers get MMS infringement case tossed and much more!
With the Veoh and IsoHunt rulings coming down recently, here's how things are looking for DMCA safe harbor protections and the sites that use them.