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 Turtles case to head before the New York Court of Appeals, VK gets in the legal music streaming business and Paramount deflects questions over Klingon.
Lawyers behind Happy Birthday case target We Shall Overcome, Facebook targets freebooting with Rights Manager and MovieSwap DVD streaming service cancelled.
It's a new week and it's time for another 7-in-7! This is the (hopefully weekly) show where I break down a week's worth of...
Photog claims to be creator of Robert Mapplethorpe 'self-portraits', former wrestler files class action against WWE and largest WoW private server closes.
Soundcloud launches Soundcloud go music streaming service, default judgment issued against 3 BitTorrent sites and study shines light on DMCA issues.
Google sued over royalties in Google Play, HBO nixes Game of Thrones screeners ahead of season 6 and VTV loses its YouTube channel over infringement.
TIDAL sued for alleged unpaid royalties, Radionomy sued for alleged pirate radio operation and PRS announces new anti-piracy tool.
FilmOn loses key appeals court decision, MetArt wants sanctions against tube sites and Marc Randazza files a controversial DMCA notice.
Superman to stay with Warner Brothers and DC Comics, Fox and Dish settle their tiff over Autohop and five other big copyright stories for the week.