Apache Harmony founder testifies in Google/Oracle lawsuit, half of Megaupload hard drives are unreadable and Porn.com hit with another lawsuit.
Jimmy Page and Robert Plant both to be at Led Zeppelin trial, music industry delays site blocking battle in Australia and Rightscorp is looking very rough.
Oracle explains how Google's Java implementation hurt them, OKCupid data leak is shut down with a DMCA notice and Universal appeals VKontakte ruling.
Cartoonist's family decries Radiohead music video, UK Intellectual Property Office talks to Facebook and Google and piracy leads to hunger strike in India.
Judge refuses to dismiss the Axanar lawsuit, Led Zeppelin's attorneys want to re-depose expert witnesses and study shows site blocking reduces piracy.
Google and Oracle pick jury for upcoming trial, UK announces IP plans for the next four years and elevator music becomes a hot commodity.
Google and Oracle set for round 2 in Java API case, Aussie ISPs don't want to pay costs for site blocking and Rolling Stones send a message to Donald Trump.
Sci-Hub loses another domain to Elsevier's efforts, porn studio sues owner of Porn.com and Moneyweb loses its lawsuit against competitor Fin24.
Android app pirate pleads guilty to copyright infringement, Beyonce accused of plagiarism in Hold Up music video and Blizzard to meet with server admins.
Fox says it is skipping San Diego Comic Con over piracy concerns, author claims new King Kong film is based on his work and Jim Sterling fools Content ID.