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The burden placed on companies to block copyright-infringing websites is not justified by the evidence that site-blocking regimes are effective, according to Google.
When ISPs sought to prove to the court that a new code will be in place to deter and warn alleged online copyright infringers, Dallas Buyers Club LLC pointed out that businesses and mobile customers would be exempt from the code.
Film studios and ISPs have released a new draft code that is aimed at curbing the number of Australians who illicitly download TV shows, films, and music online.
'Dear Rupert' letter from the internet giant rejects claims that Google is a "platform for piracy".
A new record has been set for the number of URLs that Google is asked to remove from search results over alleged copyright infringement.
A study has found that three-strikes policies don't work, even when consumers overestimate which channels are being monitored for piracy.
A new data compression feature for Chrome on Android and iOS sends all HTTP data through a Google-run proxy
Three-strikes or a graduated response to online copyright infringement will no longer be a part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, but could be replaced by civil and criminal enforcement provisions.
A Google engineer claims that DRM is not about thwarting piracy, but giving content providers control over software and hardware providers.
In 2011, Google announced its intention to abandon the popular H.264 video standard in favor of its own open-source codec, VP8. That inspired legal threats from H.264 patent holders. Today the two groups announced a settlement.
The first person fined under the Sarkozy-era Hadopi law is a 40-year-old man whose soon-to-be-ex-wife downloaded Rihanna songs over his internet connection.
Google is changing its search-engine algorithms to push down the search rankings of websites that receive large numbers of copyright-infringement notices.
The Nexus 7 is selling out faster than anyone (including Google) expected but expectations are falling short in one key area: the display.
Research from the web giant and the PRS shows that unlawful file-sharing is getting more popular in the UK, but money is also flowing in from legal alternatives
Denmark has put a 'three strikes' policy to combat online copyright infringement on hold while it tests out a new anti-piracy framework
The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has claimed that Google's transparency report detailing take-down requests of copyright material is misleading, because the search giant limits the number of notices a company can make.
In the last month alone, Google received requests to remove more than 500,000 links to copied Microsoft software from its search results
About 63 percent of computer users in Asia-Pacific admit they acquired pirated software in 2011, driving PC software theft in region to record high of US$21 billion, BSA study reveals.
Provisions in the UK's anti-piracy law to cut off repeat copyright infringers and file-sharers from the Web have been delayed again, this time until 2014.
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