Tekashi 6ix9ine Testifies Against Gang Members in Federal Court — And Potentially Ends His Career In the Process

  Earlier this week, rapper Tekashi 6ix9ine testified in federal court against alleged members of the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods gang, which may eventually require him to enter a witness protection program. But if Tekashi 6ix9ine, whose real name is Dani… Continue Reading

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Music Publishers Just Doubled the Size of Their Lawsuit Against Peloton to $300MM In Damages

Late last week, a group of music publishers amended their previous lawsuit against Peloton. Peloton is a tech-focused exercise bicycle startup with designs on a $500 million IPO. In the original suit, which was filed in a New York federal court in Marc… Continue Reading

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The War Between the RIAA and Cox Communications Continues — Both Sides Seek to Toss Each Other’s Lawsuits

The RIAA’s long-running war against Cox is entering a new chapter. The Recording Industry Association Of America (RIAA), which represents Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group, and Sony Music Entertainment, and ISP Cox Communications are preparing … Continue Reading

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Small Claims Copyright Court Is Getting Closer to Reality — A Full Congressional Vote On the ‘CASE Act’ Is Next

What if smaller copyright infringement cases could be quickly resolved in the U.S. legal system — just like Small Claims Court?  That’s the idea behind the newly-revived CASE Act. We’ve been covering various initiatives in U.S. Congress to create a sma… Continue Reading

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Taylor Swift Threatened to Sue Microsoft Over Its ‘Tay’ Bot — Before It Went on a Racist Rampage

Taylor Swift has been involved in quite a few legal actions. But one that never got off the ground may be the most interesting. The strange tale of a threatening Taylor Swift is included in a new book by Microsoft president Brad Smith. In Tools and Wea… Continue Reading

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