Google is restructuring its European business units in the wake of growing regulatory and legal pressures.
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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.
iiNet has been thrown back into the courts by rights holders for the film Dallas Buyers Club, with the holders seeking to obtain the details of customers alleged to have illicitly shared the film online.
Google says it has taken down many of the pictures of stolen from celebrity iCloud accounts and posted on its online properties.
'Dear Rupert' letter from the internet giant rejects claims that Google is a "platform for piracy".
Judge Lucy Koh has rejected the offer as too low, but the companies aren't taking the decision lying down.
A new record has been set for the number of URLs that Google is asked to remove from search results over alleged copyright infringement.
In 3D printing, guns aren't the only tricky issues cropping up. The same types of legal and intellectual property issues that have haunted music and movies are about to get a lot broader.
SimpleAir has won $85 million in damages over patents relating to Google's Cloud Messaging (GCM) and Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) services.
A study has found that three-strikes policies don't work, even when consumers overestimate which channels are being monitored for piracy.
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.
3D printing looks set to take off in Singapore, but the cool technology throws up legal questions around product liability and copyright.
Apple and Google are once again canvassing the courtroom as the tech giants argue over the reopening of a lawsuit concerning mobile phone technology patents.
The US Federal Trade Commission is preparing to investigate Google over anti-competitive practices regarding its online advertising business, according to Bloomberg.
Central and local-level governments in the country has spent a total of 2.16 billion yuan on legal copies of software in the past three years to combat piracy.
Bharti Airtel is considering legal action against the government after the ban against 3G roaming pacts was enforced again.
If you're in West Virginia and were irked by the potential ban on Google Glass, hope is at hand.
A Google engineer claims that DRM is not about thwarting piracy, but giving content providers control over software and hardware providers.
A group of Apple users in the UK have launched a legal case against Google after the search giant was found to have bypassed privacy settings in the Safari browser by U.S. authorities.
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