For me, 2010 was a year of personal difficulty and struggle. However, Plagiarism Today had a banner year with some of its biggest and best stories.
Google wins injunction against MS Attorney Gneeral, the Gaye estate questions statements made during trial and Nickelodeon Reboot sued.
Three major cases are settled including Google/Viacom and Prince/Cariou, we also have a key ruling in the MP3Tunes case and Teller wins vs copycat magician.
Now that Viacom and YouTube/Google have made peace, a lot of difficult questions raised in the case will go unanswered for a long time.
Google and Viacom settle the infamous YouTube lawsuit, Goldieblox and The Beastie Boys settle their dispute and HarperCollins wins key ebook ruling.
Viacom steps up fight against Cablevision, Russian MP3 site closes, taking customer money and Nintendo gets Metroid-based Kicstarter project removed.
AP and Meltwater settle, Viacom appeals YouTube ruling again, Hopper is upheld on appeal and much, much more!
AP and Meltwater settle their case, Viacom appeals YouTube decision a second time and Harper Lee's agent responds to allegations, sort of.
Judge denies class action status in YouTube lawsuit, Germany copyright law to take effect August 1 and Google launches Spotify competitor.
YouTube wins against Viacom Again, Universal Bests Grooveshark in Appeal On Pre-1972 recordings and will.i.am admits to using a song w/o clearance.