“That song is my life, and its words are my truth.”
Attorney General William Barr’s department filed a “friend of court” brief in support of the iconic rock group.
In this week’s installment of “Unfortunate Things Happening to Ariana Grande.”
Essentially, C.K. is trying to block anyone from even quoting something he might say on stage.
The rapper says Grande’s latest single sounds suspiciously similar to her 2017 track “Mine”.
The classic rock band must once again defend the copyright of their most famous song.
The judge ruled the lyrics “lack the modicum of originality and creativity required for copyright protection.”
The legal battle officially known as Stephanie Lenz v. Universal Music Corp is headed back to district court.
“I mean COME ON guys at least put some effort in,” laments frontman Kevin Parker.
Under US copyright law, the former Beatle can regain possession of Lennon-McCartney compositions beginning in October 2018.
A deep dive into the music industry’s unprecedented push to reform digital music copyright, and why it took the fight to YouTube.
Britain is no longer part of the EU, and that could have a serious impact on entertainment.