It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...
Sony Music Entertainment sues Rdio heads for fraud, MPAA opposes Minnesota revenge porn law and Quantum Break puts eye patches on pirates.
Jay-Z wins dismissal of Big Pimpin' lawsuit, fan subtitle organization plans to take on BREIN and SoundCloud launches a radio service.
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.
Court rules on Kim Dotcom's extradition, Cox loses key safe harbor battle and Pandora settles several royalty issues...
Court orders Kim Dotcom to be extradited to the U.S., man who sued over Kung Fu Panda charged with fraud and Pandora settles with ASCAP and BMI.
Copyright Royalty Board raises royalties for Internet radio, Google wins lawsuit over Waze and Germany pirate site admin sentenced to 40 months.
Lawsuit against J.D. Salinger's trust is dropped, Anime mall agrees to change logo amid copyright fight and Pandora hinges on royalty ruling.
Pandora buys assets from Rdio, plans to launch on-demand music service, Japan looks to comply with TPP and MPAA wants $10 million from MovieTube.
Google prevails at appeals court in Google Book Search case, Jay Z wins Big Pimpin lawsuit and RIAA gets injunction against Aurous.