YouTube took down FCC's 'Harlem Shake' video for 7 hours
The move highlights copyright takedown issues.
How to stream a paid UFC fight: pretend it’s a video game
A Twitch streamer 'played' 'UFC 3' to broadcast this weekend's pay-per-view.
US libraries will continue to preserve old games
It's also looking into including MMOs in libraries' preservation efforts.
Atlus tried to take down a PS3 emulator advertising 'Persona 5'
The game developer asked Patreon to kill its crowdfunding page, but the website pushed back.
Pepe the Frog creator battles the 'alt-right' through copyright law
He's using digital copyright to end the memes and get his character back.
YouTube and Warner extend their streaming music deal
Warner isn't entirely happy with YouTube's response to piracy, though.
'League of Legends' creator wins $10 million in cheating lawsuit
LeagueSharp's dodgy subscription service is no more.
Hollywood forces VidAngel to stop streaming its movies
The 'family friendly' movie-editing company is charged with running an unlicensed video-on-demand service.
You can now legally hack your own car or smart TV
The FTC's "security research exemption" to the DMCA has kicked in.