The FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video may violate copyright law
The agency apparently didn't get permission to use the song.
European commission pulls free roaming plan after complaints
Consumer groups accused it of caving in to telecoms.
Google won't face Supreme Court fight over book scanning
The highest court in the US won't hear an appeal of Google's victory in a feud over book scanning.
'2001: A Space Odyssey' as 569 GIFs tests fair use limits
It's just as hard to watch that many GIFs as it likely was to make them.
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.
US appeals court rules Google's book-scanning project is legal
The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled that Google's use of out-of-print book excerpts falls under "fair use."
No thanks: JPEG images may soon have copy protection
The JPEG organization is working on a standard that would lock down images with DRM.
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.
UK offers long-awaited copyright reform that sanctions format shifting, remote education
Believe it or not, it's still illegal in the UK to rip a favorite CD, or even to show copyrighted...