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The European Union isn't done stepping up its digital initiatives. Officials have outlined proposed policies that are focused on dramatically increasing access to both the internet and the content you'll find on it. Most of the proposals...

Regulators in Europe are proposing a big update to copyright law in the region that, if adopted, would likely to lead to major changes in the way your news aggregators, well, aggregate. There’s an absolutely bonkers amount of news out there in the...

A recent lawsuit seems to have put a big wrinkle in Internet copyright law in this country. It's hard to tell if it's a good thing or not, but expect some well-funded corporate lobbying efforts to pass Comprehensive Copyright Reform. Buckle up. Under...

 Blockai is supposed to help photographers and artists defend their intellectual property. Now it’s launching a new feature to make that process easier — or at least better-integrated with Twitter. Previously, Blockai users would go...

The nearly decade-long legal battle over a 29-second YouTube clip of a toddler dancing to a barely discernible Prince song may end up going before the Supreme Court after free speech advocates representing the mother who shot that video petitioned th...

Have you wondered why De La Soul is more than happy to offer its newer albums online, but has had so much trouble getting its classics (Stakes Is High and earlier) online that it gave them away at one point? You now have a good, if imperfect, explan...

Now Ed Sheeran is being accused of ripping off Marvin Gaye, too.  A year and a half after a jury in Los Angeles found that Pharrell and Robin Thicke were guilty of ripping off Gaye's "Got to Give It Up" for their 2013 hit "Blurred Lines," Sheera...