According to the Hollywood Reporter, Breakdown Services is seeking a preliminary injunction against three individuals--Frank Moran, Louise Yanofsky and Steven Rubin--who manipulated the system to bypass a credential check. Breakdown Services receives scripts and requests for … [Read more...] about Breakdown Services Lawsuit
En Banc Hearing for the Innocence of Muslims Case
According to Variety, Judge Sidney Thomas for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, ordered that the "Innocence of Muslims" video case be reheard en banc this upcoming December. The previous ruling shocked tech firms as the 9th Circuit ruled that Cindy Lee Garcia held a copyright … [Read more...] about En Banc Hearing for the Innocence of Muslims Case
Taylor Swift: No More Spotify
According to the Wall Street Journal, on Monday Taylor Swift removed her music from the streaming service, Spotify. Recently, Ms. Swift's label, Big Machine Label Group, requested that Spotify release her new album on its platform only in the United States (as the label tries to … [Read more...] about Taylor Swift: No More Spotify
More Legal Woes for Lindsay Lohan
According to the New York Daily News, Lindsay Lohan and her brother Michael Lohan, face a million dollar lawsuit over their mobile application, Vigme. The app allows users to identify clothes worn by celebrities and make purchases in the app. However, Fima Potik claims that Lohan … [Read more...] about More Legal Woes for Lindsay Lohan
New Meaning of MVPD: A Future for Aereo?
According to the Hollywood Reporter, on Tuesday, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wrote a blog post indicating that the FCC is considering a rule making proceeding to revise the definition of a multichannel video programming distributor (MVPD) to include online video providers. Wheeler … [Read more...] about New Meaning of MVPD: A Future for Aereo?