CBS and Paramount may soon drop Axanar lawsuit, Australia shelves three strikes for the time being and Disney is heading to Netflix.
Supreme Court declines to hear Google Book Search case, Google and Oracle fail to settle Java dispute and Amazon introduces monthly Amazon Prime pricing.
PETA appeals loss in selfie monkey case, Nigerian musician sued by photographer and Netflix jumps into the Google DMCA game.
Serbian photojournalists protest new legal interpretation, 'uncrackable' DRM coming to more games and new database targets Netflix geoblocking.
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Mike Huckabee responds to Eye of the Tiger lawsuit, Netflix says it will start blocking proxies and more copyright trouble for the Tokyo Olympics.
The full text of the TPP is released, researchers unimpressed with Google's anti-piracy efforts and Warner Brother hints at delaying shows on Netflix.
Pandora settles pre-1972 sound recording lawsuit with the RIAA, Netflix sued over The Bicycle Thief, Google opposes site delisting over copyright.
Members of Survivor lash out at Kim Davis, 2600 threatened by Getty Images over inkblots and Netflix explains lack of offline viewing.
Oregon and Oracle trade blows in copyright infringement battle, Copyright Alert System extended four months and Australia sees drop in piracy rates.