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).
German publishers back down over Google's snippets, hospital patient sues over viral photo and photographer has life work posted on The Pirate Bay.
European Court of Justice rules caching web pages legal, DOJ to review ASCAP/BMI consent decrees and Beastie Boys put a dollar amount to Monster.
New Girl draws a lawsuit, Playboy sues Harpers over Kate Moss photo spread and Sarah Palin's lawsuit won't be moving to Alaska any time soon.
Protuguese newspapers seek payment from Google, Danish artist loses case over critical collage and CIAPC takes down Pirate Bay parody site.
Germany passes new copyright bill, removes the 'Google Tax', Kim Dotcom has a setback in his extradition battle and University of Phoenix sues tutorial site.
Maryland school district may lay claim to student's copyright, French newspapers and Google reach deal and Russian law targets slow takedowns.
Kim Dotcom launches Mega, EFF files brief in Meltwater case, more newspapers lift Twitter images and horror movie filmed at Disney without permission.
French newspapers and Google fail to reach a deal, Mega is plagued with security concerns and Hadopi plans to expand despite budget cuts.
Irish newspapers respond to Google News dispute, Swedish supreme court OKs revealing pirate identities and IMAGiNE leader sentenced to five years in prison.