Germany's highest court has rejected a case brought by Yahoo against a law designed to compensate news publishers for the use of their content.
A New York judge says a company distributing television clips and snippets of transcripts to customers including the White House and members of Congress has not violated broadcasters' copyrights.
Sony is hoping that providing sharable movie clips and extras like deleted scenes will prompt more people to buy digital movies. At least that's the intention behind a new initiative it's calling Vudu Extras+.
Britain's data regulator Friday ordered Internet giant Google to delete personal data scooped up in its Street View project—or face a contempt of court action.
A mysterious Facebook event set for Thursday has sparked buzz that the leading social network could be adding video to Instagram smartphone picture-sharing service.
A federal appeals panel in Manhattan has expressed support for Google Inc.'s plan to create the world's largest digital library.
A bill broadening copyright protections for material used on the Internet has been approved by Germany's lower house of Parliament—but without provisions that worried Google and other search engines.
The propensity for people to post porn evidently prompted Twitter on Wednesday to stamp an adult rating on an updated version of its Vine video-snippet sharing software.
Twitter's iPhone video-snippet sharing service Vine had concerns about porn exposed on Monday after adult content was bared briefly in an "Editor's Picks" section.
Twitter on Thursday launched Vine, a service that lets people share video snippets from iPhones or iPod touch devices.