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FBI has taken an interest in Prenda Law, TPP softens on safe harbor provisions and the dancing baby case is still ongoing.
Prenda Law racks up more sanctions as their finances get exposed, Live Nation fails to escape Big Pimpin lawsuit and Apple launches streaming music.
Grooveshark shutters and reappears, Pandora loses one, wins one in royalty fight and Rightscorp does the same against piracy.
Prenda Law has its day before the 9th Circuit, Apple draws ire over alleged plans to end free music streaming and Pandora cleared to buy radio station.
Judge Posner comes down hard on the Conan Doyle estate, Prenda Law loses a costly appeal and Torrentshack to close to avoid FACT's wrath.
U.S. Trade Representative releases Special 301 report, DVDFab wants its domains back, Fox hits back over New Girl allegations and much more!
Prenda Lawyers plead poverty unsuccessfully, The Conjuring hit with another lawsuit and Fox hits back over New Girl allegations.
City of London Police shutter four domains, arrest alleged owner, Prenda Law has a tough day in appeals court and Fox fires takedowns over new iOS game.
Prenda Law ordered to return some settlements, photographer wins $1.6 million judgment and move studios dismiss limewire case.