Latest United States copyright law Stories
A judge today made a crucial decision in the Google vs. Oracle case when he ruled APIs cannot be copyrighted.
More than 18 months after a federal judge ordered LimeWire to disable its filesharing service, RIAA has reportedly filed an astounding $72 trillion lawsuit against the now defunct peer-to-peer filesharing company.
Google’s lead attorney filed a motion on Tuesday asking the U.S. District Judge overseeing its copyright and patent trial with Oracle to declare a mistrial.
An Australian federal court ruling has provided cover for internet service providers (ISP) hoping to avoid being held responsible for copyright violations committed by their customers.