TVEyes, a subscription-based search engine for TV clips at the center of a long-running copyright lawsuit, has reached a settlement with Fox News to end the case six weeks after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear it.
From a cutting-edge fair use fight between Google and Oracle to a hotly anticipated appeal from the artists behind "Blurred Lines," 2016 is looking like it will be another fascinating year in the world of copyright law. Here are the key cases attorneys will be following.
Fox News Network's closely watched copyright case against media-monitoring service TVEyes Inc. is headed for the Second Circuit after both sides agreed it was the "appropriate time" for the appeals court to weigh in on the case.
The federal judge overseeing Fox News Network's closely watched copyright case against media-monitoring service TVEyes Inc. issued an order Friday to shut down or restrict certain features that he said violated copyright law.
A New York federal judge weighed in Tuesday on the remaining claims in Fox News Network's copyright lawsuit against media-monitoring Internet service TVEyes Inc., finding that a few of the service's side features are not protected by the fair use doctrine.
Internet service TVEyes Inc. and Fox News Network have asked a New York federal court to rule in their favor in warring summary judgment motions on the remnants of a lawsuit accusing TVEyes' video database services of infringing the news company's copyrights.
A New York federal judge ruled Tuesday that media-monitoring Internet service TVEyes Inc. was mostly protected under the fair use doctrine, largely rejecting accusations from Fox News Network that the service would be liable for copyright infringement.
Fox News Network LLC hit TVEyes Inc. with a lawsuit in New York federal court on Tuesday, saying TVEyes copies Fox News' proprietary content 24 hours per day as it is being telecast and makes it available for a subscription fee to Internet users.