Google had over 75 million takedown requests last month
That's over 30,000 percent more than the same period in 2012.
YouTube reduces the chances of mistaken video takedowns (updated)
There's now a team dedicated to avoiding policy mistakes.
Intel, Warner sue over device that strips 4K copy protection
The industry isn't happy that you can yank anti-copying measures out of 4K Amazon and Netflix streams.
Kim Dotcom could face extradition to the US
The Megaupload mastermind still has time to appeal the ruling, though.
Copyright exemption lets you modify old games to keep them running
The Library of Congress' exemption lets you modify abandoned games that depend on authentication servers.
Appeals Court: Copyright holders 'must consider fair use' before sending DMCAs
A US Appeals Court rules that copyright holders at least need to pretend to consider fair use before spamming takedown notices.
Twitter is erasing stolen jokes
Don't pilfer someone else's Twitter joke -- you might find it erased later on.
Publishers are fighting to keep abandoned games dead
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non-profit group that defends civil liberties in the digital...
Kickstarter transparency report shows crowdfunding's copyright woes
If you've noticed a crowdfunding project that was ripping off someone else's work to make a pitch,...