Cartoonist's family decries Radiohead music video, UK Intellectual Property Office talks to Facebook and Google and piracy leads to hunger strike in India.
Google and Oracle pick jury for upcoming trial, UK announces IP plans for the next four years and elevator music becomes a hot commodity.
Fashion designer sues over dress at royal wedding, Getty Images claims Google Image Search promotes piracy and Goodlatte talks copyright reform.
Universal Music wins big in case over in-flight music, UK moves to increase criminal punishment for infringement and Prince's death a loss for copyright.
Kim Dotcom appeals the seizure of his assets, UK minister says sharing Snapchats is an infringement and adult DVD forum sued for copyright infringement.
Paul McCartney seeks to reclaim rights to some of the classic Beatles songs, UK court rules 8-second clips can be infringing and more!
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Anne Frank's diary posted online despite objections by claimed rightsholders, EU strikes a blow against copyright levies and the MPAA weighs in on net neutrality.
The Offspring sell the rights to nearly their entire catalog, Google sued again in Germany by publishers and UK town makes piece with book publisher.
Peter Pan is known as the boy who wouldn't grow up, but he's also the copyright that won't expire thanks to a unique law in the UK.