Getty Images PicScout makes it easy for social image-sharing sites to do the right thing on copyright. So how many such sites will want to do the right thing?
Once video content leaves the managed networks of cable, satellite, and telco-TV operators, what is their responsibility to protect it?
Amazon’s subsidized lending of Harry Potter e-books is more evidence of private-sector displacement of public libraries.
Free content with a device purchase or a free device with content purchase? Either way, it’s all good.
For most purposes, Creative Commons is like a burglar alarm sign on your lawn without the actual alarm system.
UltraViolet lands Amazon.com as a digital video retailer for at least one movie studio’s content; also, a way to make your DVD and Blu-ray movies cloud-accessible.
Beyond Oblivion could have made a major impact on the world of online music… if it had made it to commercial launch.
The European Court of Justice, in overturning a Belgian court decision of 2007, says that the requirement of ISP-level copyright filtering goes too far.
A music startup operating in a legal gray area gets a predictable wrist-slap from the major labels.
Irdeto doubles down on its bet that pay TV operators will pay more for better content protection.