Scribd Protests SOPA By Making A Billion Pages On The Web Disappear

The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) is <a href="">delayed in Congress</a>, but it is definitely not dead. The media company lobbyists

Lucasfilm Shuts Down Local Star Wars Marathon Over Copyright

A group of Star Wars fans in New York were organizing a marathon of all six movies at their local bar, but have canceled the event after receiving a cease and desist letter from Lucasfilm. The letter

German ISPs Surrendering 300,000 Pirating Suspects' Details Every Month

<img src="" />As ridiculous as the copyright battles are here in the states, it's a bit surreal when you see them exceeded elsewhere b

Pirate Bay Servers Take Refuge In Secret Mountain Cave

<img src="" />If your website is so internationally controversial that you've got Interpol and RIAA secret police knocking on your door ev

Limewire Settles For A Measly $105 Million

Limewire has agreed to pay $105 million to record labels, after a protracted court battle in which the record companies famously estimated Limewire’s damages could reach $75 trillion. So in a wa

Sequel To COICA Bill, The PROTECT IP Act, May Be Even Worse

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EU Court's Advocate General: Internet Filtering May Conflict With Charter Of Fundamental Rights

<img src="" />The Advocate General of the European Union Court of Justice, Cruz Villalón, says that national courts there should not have t

Record Industry: Limewire Could Owe $75 Trillion – Judge: "Absurd"

<img src="" />So we're all pretty desensitized by now to the mind-blowing stupidity on display by the record industry in its foolhardy

With New Report, U.S. Prepares To Update Outdated Copyright Rules

<img src="" />The wheels are in motion for a much needed update to this country's copyright rules, but the only problem is tha

Google Begins Soft Censorship Of Arbitrary Piracy-Related Queries

<img src="" />The efforts of media companies to quash online piracy are a bit like someone trying to put out a forest fire with a wet n

Universal Donates 200,000 Oldies To Library Of Congress

<img src="" />It's only fair that after giving the music industry in general <a href="

Facebook Complies Imperfectly With DMCA, Suffocates Fan Group

<img src="" />As Facebook expands its territory and allows for more and richer content, its responsibilities towards that content (and

Intel Promises To "Avail" Itself Of Lawsuit "Remedies" For HDCP Crackers

Intel intimated in somewhat disturbing understatement today that they and everyone else would be suing the pants off anyone who dares to make a HDMI/HDCP encryption workaround device. Listen to this:

How will Apple respond to the DMCA revision? They won't.

<img src="" />Today's adjustment of the DMCA</a> has far-reaching legal implications, which will only be evident after a few weeks,

YouTube takes down video taken of Transformers 3 set on public street

<img src="" />So imagine you head into your office one day, and find that an alley outside your window has been turned into a set for Transf

Did you know? Sony can pull a Reverse Amazon and push updates to your PS3

<img src="" />This is interesting. While checking up on the implications of Sony's removal of the "Install Other OS" option, Thinq <a href="h

Bill in UK may disallow public wi-fi

<img src="" />Good luck sorting this one out, short-sighted lawmakers. An upcoming piece of major legislation in the UK, called t

Apple's e-books to be fettered by our old friend, FairPlay DRM

<img src="" />Looks like Apple didn't learn its lesson with the whole iTunes DRM thing. I suppose that they might consider some thin

Google's sudden music blog purge and its implications

<img src="" />Yesterday, in response to allegations of DMCA violations, several popular music blogs were<a href="

Reaping what they sow: Canadian record industry faces potential $6 billion fine for copyright infringement

<img src="" />Oh dear, oh <em>dear</em>. How utterly delightful! It seems that the major members of the Canadian Recording Industry Associ
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