Facebook, Google and others challenge MPAA injunction on Movietube, Periscope reveals its copyright data and ad supported piracy takes a hit in the UK.
You'll never find a more action packed year than 2012 for copyright and plagiarism. SOPA, PIPA, Megaupload, Jonah Lehrer and much more.
Bratz dolls, horror films and even the beginnings of SOPA. 2011 may not have been the busiest of the 10 years, but it was certainly an interesting one.
2013 was a banner year for copyright but 2014 promises to be even more exciting. Here's what to watch out for over the next 12 months.
Lovelace will release on time after injunction is tossed, Green Day decision upheld on appeal and streaming may become a felony soon in the U.S.
Today is the one-year anniversary of the SOPA/PIPA protests, Megaupload's successor is on the way and 50 Cents wins infringement case.
With 2012 almost done, here's a look back at the highlights and lowlights of the year when it comes to plagiarism, copyright and content theft.
Pandora sues ASCAP over royalties, Kim Dotcom loses his new domain preemptively and what's on the horizon for Obama on copyright?
Music publishers score big win over lyrics sites, Cisco goes public with case against competitor and SOPA is back in malware form.
Jonah Lehrer resigns amid fabrication scandal, UK seeks to set up copyright hub and leaked RIAA report says SOPA would have been a waste.