3 Count: OWN Battles

Oprah Winfrey networks sued over alleged show theft, Germany museum wins case against wikipedia uploader and MPAA reports or its notorious markets.

3 Count: EU Proposal

EU proposes copyright reforms that could bite Google and YouTube, content creators hit back against FCC set top proposals and VidAngel is weird...

3 Count: I So Hunted…

isoHunt founder reaches settlement in Canada, lawyers accuse Kim Dotcom of breaching asset freezing order and Stairway to Heaven case appealed.

3 Count: Clueless 360

Film studios heading toward settlement with musicians guild, musicians ask European Commission for help with YouTube and YouTube360 can be a pirate's friend.

3 Count: Drive Failure

Apache Harmony founder testifies in Google/Oracle lawsuit, half of Megaupload hard drives are unreadable and Porn.com hit with another lawsuit.

3 Count: Fraud Jumping

Sony Music Entertainment sues Rdio heads for fraud, MPAA opposes Minnesota revenge porn law and Quantum Break puts eye patches on pirates.

3 Count: Great Tweet

MPAA wants copies of Megaupload's servers, Justin Bieber's team misses expert witness deadline and Donald Trump fan video removed on copyright grounds.

3 Count: MP3Skulled

MP3Skull hit with default judgment, DoJ/Copyright Office weigh in on music licensing and Popcorn Time makes a comeback.

3 Count: Bag of Donuts

9th Circuit upholds Warner/DC Superman rights, MPAA strikes deal to remove pirate domains and IIPA and others petition USTR on piracy.

3 Count: Dry Levies

Anne Frank's diary posted online despite objections by claimed rightsholders, EU strikes a blow against copyright levies and the MPAA weighs in on net neutrality.