A company owned by the brother of infamous narco-trafficker Pablo Escobar has won its case to have the Pabloescobar.com domain transferred to its ownership, after an arbitration body found that it had been registered by the previous owner in bad faith.
Epic Games, the developers of the massively popular “Fortnite” game, has settled a copyright infringement suit with a 14-year-old boy accused of distributing illegal cheat codes on his YouTube channel.
A man has been found guilty by a UK court of distributing illegal streaming devices that allow access to pirated sports content including the Premier League on the beoutQ channel.
US fashion brand Michael Kors has filed legal action against eBay seller who it alleges is selling counterfeit versions of its products on the platform.
The American Apparel & Footwear Association has included foreign domains owned and operated by Amazon in its submission for the US Trade Representative 2019 Review of Notorious Markets.
Comedian Jerry Seinfeld has seen off a copyright infringement lawsuit from a former collaborator who claims he came up with the idea for hit Netflix series “Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee”.
Several European publishers have condemned a blogpost by Google that they claim marks “Google’s intention not to respect the rules” of the European Copyright Directive.
Rapper Travis Scott has entered into a settlement after a member of the hip hop group Three 6 Mafia accused him of copyright infringement.
The rate of music piracy has fallen this year from 2018, according to a new report from recording industry representatives.
Google has won a major victory at the Court of Justice of the European Union, after Europe’s top court ruled that the so-called “right to be forgotten” does not extend to search results on non-EU versions of Google.