Lawmakers hope to pin Michelle Lee on the Innovation Act, which she has yet to endorse.
At its peak, Megaupload accounted for 4 percent of all Internet traffic.
The U.S. Copyright Office wants to shake up the way that musicians get paid.
He introduced a bill to help gays transfer copyrighted work to spouses after death.
The companies got relatively high marks from for taking a stand against copyright “bullies.”
An appeals court referred the matter to a district court.
House Judiciary panel will likely examine education and circumvention next.
Lawmakers will debate the finer aspects of copyright law on Tuesday with artists and lawyers.
Chief executive Chet Kanojia asked supporters to “raise your hands and make your voices heard.”
Broadcasters say Aereo is illegally helping users watch channels such as ABC, CBS and NBC.
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Reps. Jerrold Nadler and Marsha Blackburn introduced the bill.
Some of the industry’s biggest names are singing out to protect their royalties.
Felonies should only apply to “significant criminal activity,” an official said.
The Supreme Court has been asked to take up a case on copyrighting computer commands.
The industry-backed report makes a case against limiting the way people share media online.
A lobby group says musicians, and not Google and Amazon, should control .music.
The decision delivers another setback to the Internet video service.
What does the Supreme Court’s ruling on Aereo mean for the future of copyright law?
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) is working on a bill that would overhaul the music licensing system.
The content and tech industries are coming to the table this week.
“Aereo’s unauthorized retransmission of broadcast television to the public is obvious and...
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