When is a political campaign ad too much for YouTube? When it's accused of infringing copyright - but Mitt Romney's anti-Obama ad is back on the service now after the service declares it fair use.
Turntable.fm's DMCA worries are all in the past now as the company says it's signed deals with all four of the major recording labels.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a request for new DMCA exemptions with the U.S. Copyright Office, seeking protection for those who wish to run unsupported software on their gaming consoles, among other things.
The E-PARASITE Act, on its surface, wants to cut down on Internet piracy. But deep down, it's a frighteningly possible attack on digital free speech.
While Hotfile isn't a stranger to being the recipient of lawsuits related to DMCA takedown notices, the company turned the tables on Warner Brothers today by filing a lawsuit of its own.
Fraudulent copyright infringement reports are running rampant. Several popular tech blogs have recently had their Facebook pages disabled due to DMCA abuse.
George "Geohot" Hotz, famed hacker of the iPhone and lately of the PS3, started a blog over the weekend to help raise funds for his legal fight with Sony.
Today, Google announced four new ways it plans on cutting into illegal piracy and copyright infringement.
YouTube and Viacom have started the mudslinging in the Viacom's $1 billion copyright infringement suit as both companies try to avoid a jury trial.
That site that was selling Beatles tracks for $0.25? It's not coming back anytime soon.
A federal judge in Los Angeles has ruled against Universal Music Group in a copyright lawsuit against online video site operator Veoh Networks Inc., although Universal says it will appeal.
321 Studios has filed appeals and emergency stay requests In California and New York.