CBS and Paramount may soon drop Axanar lawsuit, Australia shelves three strikes for the time being and Disney is heading to Netflix.
Oracle grills Android's creator on the stand, Swedish appeals court approves seizing The Pirate Bay domain and music licensor sues Ted Cruz's campaign.
Justin Bieber ordered to be deposed in Somebody to Love case, Nikki Sixx and other musicians target YouTube and Textra SMS sends warnings to pirates.
Sony Music Entertainment sues Rdio heads for fraud, MPAA opposes Minnesota revenge porn law and Quantum Break puts eye patches on pirates.
Copyright news often isn't news. Whether it's the Diary of Anne Frank being pulled, ASCAP or BMI suing a bar or Disney seeking help from its employees.
TIDAL sued for alleged unpaid royalties, Radionomy sued for alleged pirate radio operation and PRS announces new anti-piracy tool.
Slysoft shuts its doors, RIAA wins default judgment against MP3Skull and the DoJ tackles music licensing on this episode of the 7-in7.
Gaye estate wants millions in legal fees in Blurred Lines case, Pirate Bay case dropped in Sweden and Pandora tries not to repeat Spotify's mistake.
CBS defends blocking Time Warner customers, China vows to do more to protect news content and US Government releases previously seized domain.
One Media wins large music licensing award, Megaupload civil proceedings delayed and John Oliver takes aim at Facebook privacy/copyright notices.