YouTube, in a move to appease creators aggravated by bogus copyright claims, is adopting a new policy for its Content ID system that will let videos continue to generate ad revenue while ownership…
Facebook’s move to grant broader access to its copyright-flagging system to take down unauthorized video posted to the site is being praised by content creators and media companies — though many said…
On the heels of launching new live streaming tools for publishers, Facebook is also looking to make it easier for publishers to protect their content on the platform. On Tuesday the company…
The French company behind MovieSwap, which was promising to let users worldwide share DVDs in a collective library and then stream titles over the Internet, has pulled the plug on the project. In a…
The Hong Kong government has agreed to end debate on a new copyright law. That frees up the passage of numerous other bills which had been held up.
Google received requests to scrub 213 million links from its search engine in the first 12 weeks of 2016 because of copyright infringement, a Variety analysis of the company’s data shows — an…
Hollywood studios, which have long patrolled the Internet to stamp out copyright-infringing activity, are grappling with a new gambit to sidestep their usage restrictions: websites claiming that…
Viral-video aggregator Jukin Media settled its copyright-infringement lawsuit against Ray William Johnson’s Equals Three Studios, after a jury in the case found Equals Three had misappropriated Jukin…
The Hong Kong government announced on Friday that it had dropped its long-running attempt to introduce new copyright legislation.
Debate on Hong Kong's new copyright law has restarted, but recent developments show that is not enough to guarantee freedom of expression.
Revision of Hong Kong's controversial copyright bill runs out of legislative time