CBS and Paramount may soon drop Axanar lawsuit, Australia shelves three strikes for the time being and Disney is heading to Netflix.
Swedish Supreme Court rules against Wikimedia over statue photos, U.S. Supreme Court delays decision in book search case and more!
Grooveshark suffers another legal defeat, Irish ISP is ordered to implement graduated response and another publisher/Amazon battle looms.
Australian ISPs and content creators propose a new three strikes system, Playboy needs to answer questions in Ireland and ITC responds to critics.
Student accused of trying to pirate film with 3D camera found not guilty, IRMA wants graduated response in Ireland and judge denies Aereo bonuses.
Judgment in Beastie Boys/Monster Energy case stands, Australia weighs softer copyright legislation and Grooveshark to release legitimate music streaming app.
Aereo makes its case as to stay alive, Aussie ISPs say they're willing to punish pirates and block sites, millions of public domain photos now on Flickr.
VP Joe Biden talks about TPP, Australia considering new anti-piracy measures and sugar man lawsuit seeks back royalties.
Australia looks to implement three strikes system, New Orleans auto shop owner charged with DMCA violations and photog gets nasty letter from infringer.
Lil Kim sued by makeup artist over single cover, UK Premier League sues pubs for illegal broadcasts and study claims three strikes systems ineffective.