The first Super Bowl was though to be lost to history. But when a man with a taped copy came forward, he ran into some unique copyright challenges.
Appeals Court rules yoga poses can't be copyrighted, another rules on Christmas song termination case and DeadSpin's Twitter account suspended.
The NFL and MLB team up against Aereo, NMPA and Rap Genius agree to negotiate and Belgium orders blocking of all Pirate Bay proxies.
MPAA joins the Baltimore Ravens to argue in favor of fair use, YouTube says it can't restore all counter-noticed videos and broader EU licensing framework unveiled.
BTJunkie voluntarily closes, Richard O'Dwyer gets an ally in his fight against extradition and Chrysler's Super Bowl commercial pulled off YouTube.
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1: Will Your Big-Screen Super Bowl Party Violate Copyright Law?
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