More legal wrangling over the fate of Buck Rogers, Pandora's on-demand streaming service may launch later this year and Apple breaks negotiations with Tidal.
ASCAP and BMI get big win over DOJ over fractional licensing, Bob Marley's song War at center of dispute and Spotify renegotiating with labels ahead of IPO.
Spotify's been operating without a long-term contract from any major label, CloudFlare sued for copyright infringement and Singapore looks at VPNs.
Apple proposes simplified songwriter royalty rate, Fugees co-founder sues Showtime over misuse of his film and Nintendo clamps down on Pokemon Go piracy.
Ninth Circuit rules sharing passwords may be a crime, artists groups ask European Commission to target online companies and B.B. King estate sued by photog.
UK study shows streaming up and piracy down, Apple patent may disable cameras in movie theaters and game returns to Steam after fixing copyright issues.
Open Music Initiative seeks to streamline music royalties, RIAA takes interest in ABS Entertainment case and Appeals Court backs FCC on net neutrality.
Google and Oracle pick jury for upcoming trial, UK announces IP plans for the next four years and elevator music becomes a hot commodity.
CBS argues remastered songs qualify for copyright, David Lowery wants details about the NMPA/Spotify settlement and The Shade Room Facebook page goes down.
Soundcloud launches Soundcloud go music streaming service, default judgment issued against 3 BitTorrent sites and study shines light on DMCA issues.