Ninth Circuit rules art car not a visual work of art under VARA, Russia orders news site blocked over article infringement and more...
isoHunt founder reaches settlement in Canada, lawyers accuse Kim Dotcom of breaching asset freezing order and Stairway to Heaven case appealed.
Kickass Torrents come back, in clone form at least, Beyonce hits back at Lemonade lawsuit and cable industry responds to FCC set top box proposal.
Kickass Torrents seized and owner arrested, U.S. Navy accused of large scale software piracy and Justin Timberlake responds to Damn Girl lawsuit.
Apple proposes simplified songwriter royalty rate, Fugees co-founder sues Showtime over misuse of his film and Nintendo clamps down on Pokemon Go piracy.
Comic-con may be introducing new anti-piracy technology, US Copyright Office has issues with FCC proposal and Kim Dotcom seeks to revive Megaupload.
UK study shows streaming up and piracy down, Apple patent may disable cameras in movie theaters and game returns to Steam after fixing copyright issues.
Film studios heading toward settlement with musicians guild, musicians ask European Commission for help with YouTube and YouTube360 can be a pirate's friend.
Bug in Google Chrome DRM makes it easy to pirate films, Swedish streaming site operators face jail and US Copyright Office makes mechanical royalties easier.
Axanar lawsuit continues despite promises to end it, sentencing of UK pirate upheld and Led Zeppelin asks for dismissal in Stairway to Heaven case.