Kim Dotcom appeals the seizure of his assets, UK minister says sharing Snapchats is an infringement and adult DVD forum sued for copyright infringement.
Taylor Swift battles with artist, Hong Kong copyright legislation hits a speed bump and Dallas Buyers Club case faces dismissal in Australia.
The Fox/Dish case over the Hopper DVR is unsettled, second grader earns right to sue over tshirt design and copyright troll heads to the UK.
Popcorn Time users sued in Portland, Dallas Buyers Club decides to regroup, not appeal, in Australian and EMI offers sampling amnesty.
Man pleaded guilty to operating RockDizMusic and Prenda Law has had a very, very rough week.
Dallas Buyers Club LLC suffers setback in Australia piracy case, "Food Porn" in legal uncertain in Germany and Android developer trolls pirates.
FilmOn gets a surprise win in its TV streaming case, Oracle reduces the damages its seeking and Sky customers get piracy settlement letters.
Court tosses injunction against copyright troll critic, media companies demand NZ ISPs drop VPN service and Flickr launches Public Domain license.
Richard Prince in a new copyright dispute, Dumb and Dumber To the subject of massive lawsuits and Tumblr sees wave of copyright takedowns over music.
Accused pirate gets $100,000 in attorney fees, Iggy Azalea wins an injunction against sale of early recordings and site blocking may come to Singapore.