A court in Germany has ruled that Usenet providers are liable for the activity of users. The case was brought forth by GEMA.
Following the gutting of network neutrality, the state of California is still a battleground in the fight to restore it.
The Blender Foundation is finally largely online. However, in the wake of the mysterious shutdown, they are testing a new PeerTube service.
Following the defeat of article 11 and article 13, major corporate interests are saying that they will fight on to bring the laws back.
More and more websites are joining the blackout protests against article 11 and article 13. Now the Spanish and Polish editions of Wikipedia are also shut down.
On the heals of the Wikimedia Foundation expressing their opposition, the Italian edition of Wikipedia has shut down.
The Wikimedia Foundation is one of the latest organizations to have joined the chorus of opposition towards article 11 and article 13.
Legal services have long been pointed to as a solution to online copyright infringement. It seems even Music Canada is admitting to this as well.
It appears that Music Canada is not the only one calling on the Canadian government to hand them free money. The CPCC is also wanting a $160 Million bailout.
Canada’s RIAA, Music Canada, has asked the Canadian government for a free $160 million handout. Says it’s how to fairly compensate artists for their work.