The Matthew Santoro plagiarism scandal keeps getting deeper as Santoro has been making things worse for himself with false attribution and no apologies.
Jared Leto sues TMZ over leaked video, Elvis Presley estate battles over Germany royalties and Disney DMCAs photograph of purchased action figure.
FilmOn ruling unsealed, appeals court rules you can't copyright a chiropractic procedure and Kim Dotcom gets access to more funds.
Ashley Madison uses DMCA to slow spread of hacked data, 6th Circuit revives lawsuit over cheerleading uniforms and CBC/CNN pick wrong man to lift from.
RIAA asks BitTorrent Inc for help fighting piracy, Russia mulls new text-oriented anti-piracy law and Hank Green talks Facebook video freebooting.
Sherlock Holmes comes out of retirement for another lawsuit, Nina Simone tracks core of a lawsuit against Sony and architect does battle with YouTuber.
Florida signs True Origin of Digital Goods Act into law, Supergirl pilot leaks on to file sharing sites a month early and Spotify moves into video.
BMI wins royalty judgment over Pandora, reborn Grooveshark loses its domain and Konami-critical video restored on YouTube.
Countless companies have been taking YouTube videos and reuploading them to their Facebook pages without attribution or permission.
A tidal wave of spam has been growing on YouTube and it's one that sees your content being automatically turned into videos for spammers.