Popular YouTuber 'PewDiePie' Threatened With Copyright Strikes Over Racial Slur

Entertainment | Ian Miles Cheong
"I'm Racist?" [YouTube/Screenshot - User: PewDiePie] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGX2mJ6IbS0

This is what “social justice” retribution looks like.

Pepe The Frog Creator Makes Copyright-Stealing Children's Book Author Give Profits To Muslim Group

US | Eric Owens
Pepe the Frog sign Getty Images/Josh Edelson

‘Furie wants one thing to be clear: Pepe the Frog does not belong to the alt-right’

Congressional Review Of Copyright Law May Threaten Drudge Report

Politics | Kerry Picket
White House Correspondents' Dinner

‘We have a responsibility to ensure that our laws are keeping pace with these developments’

Little Known Element Of TPP Allows Governments To Take, Destroy Citizens' Devices

Tech | Steve Ambrose

Leaked text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership requires governments to strip citizens of their electronic devices for violating copyright law.

'Obama's America' producers, FBI investigating illegal YouTube upload - TheDC

Entertainment | Taylor Bigler

Dinesh D’Souza’s documentary was illegally uploaded to YouTube late Sunday night

B.o.B's 'Airplanes' producers hit with lawsuit - TheDC

Entertainment | Alex Myers
bob

Songwriter sues for copyright infringement

RedState's Erickson vows to stop Blackburn's re-election bid - TheDC

Tech | Alexis Levinson
Rep. Marsha Blackburn

Erickson claims it’s nothing personal, he just can’t reconcile her support for anti-online piracy bill

Samsung to press on against Apple after court rejects copyright suit - TheDC

Tech | Josh Peterson

‘Samsung will continue to actively assert our intellectual property rights to ensure our continued innovation and growth’

U.S. needs to protect consumers and legitimate businesses with anti-piracy legislation

Opinion | Tom Adams

Counterfeiters are killing jobs and discouraging innovation.

Homeland Security seizes dozens of websites - The Hill

Politics | Steven Nelson (admin)

The sites are replaced with a note from the government: ‘This domain named has been seized by ICE, Homeland Security Investigations’

LimeWire ordered to shut down permanently - WSJ

Tech | interns

Everyone will now have to turn to one of the 50 million other file-sharing sites

Piracy and Google threaten Indie filmmakers' success - CNET News

| interns

With a lack of theatrical releasing possibilities, piracy replaces the other potential revenue outlets that indie filmmakers rely on

No-win sharing - AP

Business | interns

Colleges that don’t do enough to combat the illegal swapping of movies over their computer networks put themselves at risk of losing federal funding

Viewing pleasure - LAT

Business | interns

A federal judge delivered a potentially fatal blow Wednesday to Viacom Inc.’s $1-billion copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube

LimeWire loses copyright case in fight with labels - AP

Tech | interns

File-sharing software company LimeWire has lost a long-running court battle to the major recording companies.

Google faces lawsuit over photographs

Tech | interns

Four major photography organizations are joining forces in lawsuit against Google

The world wide web of censorship - Daily Caller

| interns

A global debate over freedom of speech, Internet censorship and online-piracy erupted today as major rifts in Europe were exposed by two important announcements

'Boom Boom Pow' stolen property?

Entertainment | AJ

Hip-hop star Phoenix Phenom and her associate Manfred Mohr have filed a copyright infringement case against the Black Eyed Peas, claiming that ‘Boom Boom Pow’ is ‘virtually identical’ to their own track ‘Boom Dynamite’