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# Copyright

Last year
Regulating Artificial Intelligence: 'AI Act' passes it's first key vote in EU
Ed Sheeran's Thinking Out Loud did not copy Marvin Gaye’s Let’s Get It On, US court rules
'Extreme' recent advancement of Artificial Intelligence raises concerns for copyright holders
Nike to take legal action against Irish teen's shop using 'Swoosh' name
All time
Breakthrough on Covid vaccine intellectual rights reached by EU, US, India and South Africa
EU copyright directive signed into Irish law boosting rights of content creators
Singer Katy Perry's 2013 hit Dark Horse copied Christian rap song, jury finds
MEPs vote in controversial laws that places copyright responsibility on Google and YouTube
Singer songwriter brings copyright infringement action to High Court over One Direction song
Gardaí arrest four in crackdown on illegal TV streaming
Explainer: Why tech experts think the EU's proposed copyright law will 'screw up the whole internet'
Poll: Have you ever illegally streamed or downloaded entertainment?
'I made just 97p in a month from plays of Brewing Up A Storm on YouTube'
New Zealand political party ordered to pay €351k to Eminem in copyright case
British photographer wins court battle over monkey selfie
Founder of posts apology for breaching copyright in light font
As The Beatles' first single approaches the '56-year rule', Paul McCartney settles rights lawsuit
You can now sing Happy Birthday for free
Fianna Fáil wants a new law to protect the national anthem
Judge rules selfie monkey can't own photo copyright
Kim Dotcom is falling into the clutches of the US but he's vowing to fight on
Print and be damned? Germany unsure of what to do with 'Mein Kampf'
A court has ruled that this man can't copyright yoga poses
Photographer back in court over monkey selfie
Good news for film producers ... people can now sing 'Happy Birthday' without being sued
Lindt has beaten Haribo in a bitter court battle over gummy bears
A Twitter campaign appealing to Taylor Swift's sound side just paid off
Twitter's been cracking down on stolen jokes - and it's not a new thing
Neil Young to Donald Trump: 'Cease and desist from rockin' in the free world'
Artist says Catholic paper used image without permission to promote faith in the home
Why do map makers create fake towns?
Google was asked to remove 345 million 'pirate' links in 2014
Pharrell Williams and other mega music stars threaten to sue YouTube for $1 billion
Playboy magazine sues over nude Kate Moss photos
Pirate Bay co-founder arrested after attempting to cross border into Thailand
Heirs of Sherlock Holmes author had their petition refused by US Supreme Court today
Robin Thicke was high when he recorded Blurred Lines, then lied about it
Photographer loses battle with Wikipedia over this amazing monkey selfie
Apple's distinctive store design has now been trademarked by the EU
Chris Hadfield's David Bowie cover removed from the internet