Cox ordered to pay BMG $25 million over piracy, US Trade Rep warns Alibaba again and Abbott and Costello heirs have case against play dismissed.
Point Break parody sparks appeals court ruling, Taylor Swift sued over lyrics to Shake it Off and artist sues Target over cell phone designs.
Cloudflare ordered to stop serving the new Grooveshark, Amazon leaves the MIC coalition and Who's On First becomes the center of a broadway dispute.
This week on the Copyright 2.0 Show, we look at the end of the Aereo case and the beginning of a new bill on radio royalties.
Parody play ruled a fair use, Nintendo takes down Super Mario 64 recreation and Copyright Office seeks help overhauling its IT department.
Sylvester Stallone wins Expendables lawsuit, Survivor sues over unpaid royalties and New York playwright sues owners of 'Three's Company' over threats.
UK MPs roast Google over anti-piracy efforts, Disney sues theater group over medley performance and Portuguese rightsholders seeks to block The Pirate Bay
Copyright holders speak before the House Judiciary Committee, UK porn filters may also filter file sharing sites and copyright glitch cancels high school play.
Veoh scores another big win over Universal, another Prenda hearing set playwright questions the copyright status of Zorro.
The very latest on Jazz orphan works, Apple taking photos for a legal pleading and a version of "Rent" that ran afoul of the law.