The singer's lawyer announced the pop star was dropping his lawsuit after fans removed infringing links to his music.
The pop star is targeting a Facebook group and a Blogspot account that hosted links to copyrighted live performances
Hotfile must also cease operations
Says subscription service sells access to its content without permission nor compensation
Judge upholds previous decision that defendants' use of a seven-second clip of Ed Sullivan’s introduction of the Four Seasons didn't infringe copyright
Suspected copyright pirate Kim Dotcom unveiled his new file-sharing site, thumbing his nose at the MPAA on Twitter
Attorney General Eric Holder said the need to protect intellectual property "has never been more urgent"
Both shows feature people living together under constant watch
"It is not copyright infringement to report these stories, even if on occasion Deadline.com posts them first"
Yet another musical artist claims that controversial documentary used its work without permission
Jayme Gordon is seeking damages and a share of the hit film's profits
Associated Press, street artist come to agreement; suit over use in Obey clothing continues
"Gratified" HarperCollins reaches an agreement with Nick Denton over post
Hollywood gives a full thumbs-up to bipartisan bill that would allow the Department of Justice to shut down offending sites
Judith Griggs, who ignited a firestorm of criticism with her flippant response to a writer whom she stole from, issues a half-hearted apology
Arizona company ordered to pay $400,000 for consulting copyright-infringing websites with ad sales