Kraftwerk loses their sampling lawsuit in Germany, Justin Bieber and Skrillex respond to their case and YouTube targets download sites.
Prosecutors accuse Kim Dotcom of paying millions to pirates, VKontakte must do better piracy enforcement and Facebook's copyright meme back again.
Michelle Phan and Ultra Records settle their lawsuit, Carpathia Hosting wants to erase Megaupload servers and Microsoft updates TOS to pirates' horror.
Homesteading Today recently found itself at the heart of a copyright and plagiarism controversy, one that's a warning for all user-generated sites.
The Viper plagiarism checker has a hidden surprise in its TOS, one that could land your submission on an essay mill website.
Craigslist lawsuit against Padmapper and 3Taps survives, Sabam wants levies from Belgian ISPs and Universal tries to withhold royalty info for privacy reasons.
It's the holiday edition of the Copyright 2.0 Show as we talk about the Instagram TOS controversy, Google settling with Belgian newspapers and more!
If you run a web host, social networking site, community or other site that accepts user submissions, here is what I (and others) want from you.
Instagram backs of TOS changes, Victoria's Secret DMCA anti-rape campaign and a copyright troll files a patent on his process.
Instagram's new TOS has been the subject of a lot of controversy, but is it as bad as it seems and is it really the problem?