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Online Piracy Spikes Amid Coronavirus Lockdown: Study

Billboard reports: "Lockdown and stay-at-home orders due to the novel coronavirus have been a big boost for online pirates, with a new study showing...

Music Industry’s Biggest Lawsuits Have Been Put on Hold Due to...

Billboard reports: "As the court system comes to grips with the pandemic, only essential legal cases are being heard. Even for someone like former KAABOO...

All Eyes On Zoom: How The At-Home Era’s Breakout Tool Is...

Forbes reports: "Zoom CEO Eric Yuan’s kids finally care about what he does for a living. Sure, they were there that morning in April...

Tin Giant sues Atari for unpaid work on VCS console

Gamesindustry.biz reports: "Tin Giant is suing Atari for failing to pay for its services on the design of the VCS console. According to court...

Netflix’s Top Lawyer on Two Decades of Growth: “It’s Never the...

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "David Hyman, The Hollywood Reporter's 2020 Raising the Bar honoree, has survived (and thrived) on the front lines of the...

What The $2 Trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill Means For The Entertainment...

Deadline reports: "The text of the massive, $2 trillion coronavirus relief package reached early on Wednesday on Capitol Hill has yet to be released,...

Writers Guild Negotiations Fail to Start as Scheduled

The Hollywood Reporter reports: "Negotiations between the Writers Guild of America and the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers did not commence as...

Supreme Court Vacates Ruling Allowing Bias Case Against Comcast

The Hollywood Reporter Reports: "The Supreme Court is tightening the standard for discrimination lawsuits. In an opinion Monday, the nine justices unanimously decided that...

Apple hit with record $1.2 billion fine by French antitrust authorities

The Verge reports: "France’s competition authority, the Autorité de la Concurrence, has fined Apple €1.1 billion (around $1.2 billion) for illegally restricting how wholesalers...

Nintendo wins patent fight against company that sued over Switch design

The Verge reports: "Nintendo has come out triumphant in a patent dispute with hardware developer Gamevice, which initially sued Nintendo for allegedly infringing on...