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‘Inside Out’ copyright suit proceeds against Disney and Pixar

Canada18-10-2019Rory O'Neill

A Canadian court has cleared the way for a Toronto former film student to sue Pixar and Walt Disney for copyright infringement over the 2015 animated film “Inside Out”.

Twitter removes Trump campaign video after Queen complain

15-10-2019Saman Javed

The music publisher of the rock band Queen has instrumented the take down of a campaign video posted by US President Donald Trump, which it said infringed the group’s copyright.

One World Trade Center copyright claims are time-barred: judge

15-10-2019Rory O'Neill

A US court has dismissed most of the copyright claims brought by an architect who claims to have created the original design for the One World Trade Center building in Manhattan.

Broadcom accuses Hudson’s Bay of breach of licence in $55m suit

14-10-2019Saman Javed

A subsidiary of American conglomerate Broadcom has sued Canadian retailer Hudson’s Bay for copyright infringement, claiming the Saks Fifth Avenue owner breached a software licensing agreement.

Canada's public broadcaster sues over Conservative campaign ad

Canada14-10-2019Rory O'Neill

The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the country’s public service broadcaster, is suing the Conservative Party of Canada for copyright infringement over clips used in an online ad attacking incumbent prime minister Justin Trudeau.

Katy Perry says she suffered a ‘miscarriage of justice’ in copyright trial

11-10-2019Rory O'Neill

Katy Perry has labelled a jury’s decision to find her liable for copyright infringement over her song “Dark Horse” and award a Christian rapper $2.7 million in damages as a “grave miscarriage of justice”.

Jennifer Lopez facing lawsuit over Instagram fiancé post

09-10-2019Sarah Morgan

Entertainment company Splash News is suing singer Jennifer Lopez for $150,000 for posting a photo on Instagram.

Fortnite makers settle cheat suit with 14-year-old

09-10-2019Rory O'Neill

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.

Canadian Supreme Court issues first Crown copyright ruling

Canada08-10-2019Rory O'Neill

The Canadian Supreme Court has held that the state owns the copyright on works produced under the direction of its contractors, bringing to an end a class-action suit over the copyright on land surveys.

Premier League hails conviction of beoutQ streaming box retailer

08-10-2019Rory O'Neill

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.

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