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3 Count: Dismissed Empire

Fox and others win lawsuit over 'Empire', Indian firm sued over software license misuse and photographer sues Fox News over immigration image.

3 Count: The Broke Millionaire

The Google/Oracle case begins with a look at Google's licensing efforts, the battle over Vivian Maier's images may be settled and ASCAP settles with the DOJ.

3 Count: Settlers of Class Action

Rightscorp settles class action lawsuit over robocalls, Singapore newspaper settles lawsuit with infringing site and SoundCloud signs deal with UMG.

Why I Am Backing Away from Creative Commons

I've been using Creative Commons Licenses for 13 years. However, soon I'll be stopping. The reason is very straightforward: It's not right for me.

Does Facebook Really Own Your Photos?

A Facebook rep recently told a user that they owned all photos uploaded to it. While the statement is false, the fact it was said is a problem.

3 Count: Log Cabin

Joss Whedon sued over Cabin in the Woods, Universal Music settles class action lawsuit over royalties and IFPI takes on YouTube.

3 Count: 88 Years

U.S. gov't moves to seize all of Kim Dotcom's assets, Freeplay Music hits back against 2 YouTube MCNs and Wu-Tang to release single copy of next album.

The Flickr/Creative Commons Photo Flap

Flickr's decision to print and sell Creative Commons images has generated a backlash, but is it deserved and what does the law say?

3 Count: De La Piracy

Oracle and Rimini Street case receives ruling, Rihanna sued again for plagiarizing a photographer and De La Soul officially releases likely pirated tracks.

Creative Commons Launches Version 4.0 of Its Licenses

The Creative Commons Organization has launched the fourth version of its popular licenses, here's a look at what's new!