Oregon and Oracle trade blows in copyright infringement battle, Copyright Alert System extended four months and Australia sees drop in piracy rates.
Australian survey shines light on piracy down under, uTorrent blocked by Google and others and Taylor Swift backs off controversial photog agreement.
According to a new study, cyberlockers turn piracy into big business, earning their owners millions of dollars per year in profit.
Torrentshack returns after a backup is restored on a different domain, another battle over sampling in rap and study examines states' piracy habits.
Turnitin has released a follow up to its study on plagiarism detection in high schools, the results are remarkable both in impact and similarity.
Authors Guild asks court to ignore fair use in book search case, new study shows piracy still rising and Rockstar Games clarifies GTA5 YouTube policy.
isoHunt asks for a jury trial, TV broadcasters want to know what Dish and Aereo are discussing and a university survey causes a copyright spat.
Hunter Moore hit with $250k defamation judgment, Ofcom releases new copyright survey and the new Oz movie creates interesting copyright questions.
AutoHop lives to hop another day, Google declines to takedown controversial YouTube video and UK orphan works bill draws US ire.
Turnitin did a survey with over 800 educators to learn what kinds of plagiarism is the most common and problematic.