MPAA drops its injunction request vs MovieTube, 2 Danish men plead guilty operating Popcorn Time info sites and AudioJungle gets unexpected promotion.
Facebook, Google and others challenge MPAA injunction on Movietube, Periscope reveals its copyright data and ad supported piracy takes a hit in the UK.
Flickr adds the ability to embed images but is it a feature you should leave on and how will it impact the photographers who use it?
MPAA and Hotfile settle, French court orders search engines to delist sites and postal service sued over statue of liberty stamp.
Paris Court orders search engines to remove 16 pirate sites, Spike Lee in a tussle over posters for Oldboy and FilesTube hits 10 million Google DMCA notices.
Raging Bull case heads to the Supreme Court, Prenda Law takes another twist and much, much more!
Yahoo settles with Singapore Press Holdings, TVEyes responds to Fox News suit and Microsoft ditches LeakID after more faulty DMCA notices.
Advertising networks agree to start accepting DMCA-like notices for infringing sites, but will it make any difference?
With news that Yahoo! is buying Tumblr, we have to stop a second and see how this will affect content creators, both off and on Tumblr.
New Zealand Copyright Tribunal convicts its first alleged file sharer, Arbitron sues over media ratings and more companies join Google in fighting German legislation.
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