Entries in 'copyright' (14)
A popular YouTube user has taken Nintendo to task over claims it has made on his content.
Yes, you read the headline correctly – The Pirate Bay has threatened to sue a rival website over an alleged case of copyright infringement.
The developer of Dragon Shout, a free utility for players of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, has been told by ZeniMax that he is infringing copyright.
Crowds have gathered outside the European Parliament in Warsaw over a new SOPA-style bill which could threaten online freedom.
Black Powder Media, the producer of iOS title Vector Tanks 3, has claimed that Atari has issued a number of copyright infringement claims against games that resemble anything from Atari’s ...
Social games giant Zynga has ended its legal action on Brazilian games firm Vostu for alleged copyright infringement.
The UK Government has amazingly admitted that it made no attempt to gather its own evidence when formulating its anti-piracy plans that were included in the controversial Digital Economy Bill.
The European Union's digital agenda commissioner has said that money spent on pursuing those found guilty of breaching copyright has not helped to decrease piracy.
In what could prove a very big blow to the activities of internet pirates, Google has announced a number of new policies designed to limit the accessibility of illegal content ...
Blizzard Entertainment, Activision’s global-leading money-generator of World Of Warcraft fame, has publicly criticised Valve for its bid to trademark the DOTA name in its upcoming title, DOTA 2.
Though Christmas day is behind us, IP holders have been given a late festive present with news that another high-profile BitTorrent site – Gary Fung’s IsoHunt – has been closed ...
The soap-opera like narrative of the ongoing Pirate Bay prosecution in Sweden has taken another unexpected turn with the news that a second judge has been thrown off the case ...