With summer upon us, it's time for schools to start thinking about their plagiarism policies and how they can improve them for next year.
Google/Oracle case goes to the jury after closing arguments, Australian government denies copyright changes and Oculus DRM broken in a day.
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Kanye West sued for alleged infringement by Hungarian musician, Australian authors express concern over proposals and Hi Score Girl to go back on sale.
Google/Oracle case goes to the jury, Fox accidentally takes down clips it use in Family Guy and Nintendo targets Super Mario-themed Minecraft videos.
Apache Harmony founder testifies in Google/Oracle lawsuit, half of Megaupload hard drives are unreadable and Porn.com hit with another lawsuit.
Detective Goren batted multiple plagiarists in his time on TV, however, this was with a plagiarist based on Jayson Blair, the famous NY Times plagiarist.
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.
As The Rocky Horror Picture Show heads to a reboot, what do we know about the copyright and licensing for the film and its songs?
Oracle explains how Google's Java implementation hurt them, OKCupid data leak is shut down with a DMCA notice and Universal appeals VKontakte ruling.