Universal Music reaches settlement over in-flight music, Indian court orders YouTube expedite its removal process and Nintendo shutters another fan game.
Warner Brothers pushes back release of Batman v Superman in parts of Russia BPI asks for tougher takedown rules and France's largest Usenet provider raided.
Oracle sues Hewlett Packard Enterprise over third-party support, Star Wars: The Force Awakens Blu-Ray leaked and Facebook steps into copyright controversy.
Rhapsody hit with a class action lawsuit over mechanical royalties, ABC News sued over Anthony Weiner video and Google breaks new DMCA record.
Doug Walker, AKA the Nostalgia Critic, recently asked Where's the Fair Use on YouTube? I may not be able to find it, but I know why it's gone...
Popcorn Time and YTS suffer significant outage, India's Supreme Court rules you can't copyright titles and Janet Jackson takes down concert photos on Instagram.
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Twitter sued for allegedly ignoring a DMCA notice, RIAA and others question CBS over Download.com and pirates get free legitimate Windows 10 upgrade.
Sherlock Holmes comes out of retirement for another lawsuit, Nina Simone tracks core of a lawsuit against Sony and architect does battle with YouTuber.
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