Universal Music Group keeps making legal headlines for all the wrong reasons.
Wait, the file sharing service is suing the record company? Is it backwards day?
Microsoft recently revised the Terms of Service for Xbox Live, requiring gamers to give up their right to sue the company. It was predictably disconcerting and confusing, but there may be a better way.
CodexCloud lets users upload and share eBooks with one another, but does the huge amount of coopyrighted material available for free place the new service in danger of legal trouble?
Nude photos of celebrities may be titillating to some, but to Operation Hackerazzi they’re just a great reason to arrest someone and indict them on federal criminal charges.
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A recent court ruling paves the way for music services to safely avoid storing multiple copies of the same song, but it illustrates the incompatibility of copyright law and modern technology.