Oracle explains how Google's Java implementation hurt them, OKCupid data leak is shut down with a DMCA notice and Universal appeals VKontakte ruling.
Google and Oracle pick jury for upcoming trial, UK announces IP plans for the next four years and elevator music becomes a hot commodity.
The Pirate Bay flagged as a deceptive site by Google Safe Browsing, South African court lays out fair dealing test and HBO targets Game of Thrones spoilers.
Sci-Hub loses another domain to Elsevier's efforts, porn studio sues owner of Porn.com and Moneyweb loses its lawsuit against competitor Fin24.
US Trade Representative releases Special 301 report, YouTube announced Content ID improvements and there's no Klingon word for copyright...
Justin Bieber ordered to be deposed in Somebody to Love case, Nikki Sixx and other musicians target YouTube and Textra SMS sends warnings to pirates.
The GSU e-reserves case takes yet another twist, the producers of Ballers want the lawsuit against them dismissed and AdultDVDTalk case dismissed.
The U.S. Copyright Office recently called for comments on the effectiveness of DMCA safe harbor, for the first time, I chose to share my experience.
The DMCA safe harbor provisions have few supporters. Rightsholders are asking for a take down stay down system, but how practical is it.
Kim Dotcom appeals the seizure of his assets, UK minister says sharing Snapchats is an infringement and adult DVD forum sued for copyright infringement.