Entries in 'file sharing' (13)
The British courts have ordered ISPs to block a further 21 websites accused to sharing illegal material.
Mega, the new file-sharing site from controversial figure Kim Dotcom is now live.
The creators of Megaupload have vowed that its replacement will effectively be bullet proof.
Renowned piracy advocate The Pirate Bay has issued a lengthy statement saying that the proposed SOPA legislation would do nothing to stop it operating.
The names of nine publishers have been released in conjunction with claims that a fresh spate of anti-piracy lawsuits has emerged across Europe.
A new report from US trade body the Entertainment Software Association has pointed the finger at five nations which it says account for over half of the world's illegal internet ...
An ongoing UK court case against 27 individuals accused of illegal file-sharing has been withdrawn by prosecuting lawyer Andrew Crossley after he claimed to have received threats.
The makers of popular file-sharing service LimeWire have been forced by a US federal court to shut down its peer-to-peer software.
Leading internet provider BT wants to temporarily halt the requirement for ISPs to hand over details of its customers accused of file-sharing copyrighted material online.
Full versions of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 shooter Halo Reach have arrived on internet file-sharing sites.
In the latest move in its quest to defeat the never-ending legion of internet copyright offenders, the British Phonographic Institute has made an official request to Google to remove a ...