BOUNDLESS LEGALITIES? What's more buzzworthy than a startup raising $8 million in a Series A? (See Ka'ching below.) Answer: a lawsuit. Boston-based Boundless Learning openly shared (no pun intended) a lawsuit alleging copyright infringement brought against them a couple weeks ago from the Big Three--Pearson, Cengage and Macmillan. "The Boundless textbooks copy the distinctive selection, arrangement, and presentation of Plaintiffs' textbooks..." to produce "unauthorized shadow versions" of copyrighted works, according to the suit. Boundless co-founder, Ariel Diaz, told us this was an "unfortunate excuse to use litigation to protect outdated business models," and vows to fight to the end.