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Italian ISPs have been ordered to block access to tens of sites thought to be sharing movies illegally after an anti-piracy initiative by the country's financial police.
Google has asked the Australian government to review the power given to agencies to compel ISPs to block websites.
The Netherlands' biggest telco has stopped blocking its customers' access to the torrent website after reaching a deal with BREIN.
ISPs should work toward a voluntary scheme to crack down on online piracy or face new legislation when the Copyright Act is overhauled, Australian Attorney-General George Brandis has said.
High profit margin pirate sites are making a killing from online advertising, according to one study.
The Business Software Alliance managed to settle 16 software piracy cases in 2013, an all-time best for the global software advocate.
Labor Shadow Communications Minister Jason Clare has said that content providers like Foxtel need to encourage users to find legal methods to get content, rather than asking governments to punish those who use BitTorrent.
When Australian Attorney-General George Brandis provided an example of a film that was a victim of online copyright infringement, it happened to be one produced by a major donor to the Liberal Party.
[Updated] Instead of the usual civil procedures, the US government is going after Android pirates and their stores with criminal charges.
The Court of Justice in the Hague has ruled that two of the Netherlands' ISPs don't have to keep blocking their users' access to the torrent site.
A study has found that three-strikes policies don't work, even when consumers overestimate which channels are being monitored for piracy.
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As one San Francisco dominatrix prepares for her $42,000 one-hour cam show, the event marks the Internet's permanent dethroning of the porn industry's static revenue and content models.
The Motion Picture Association of America has joined the membership of the World Wide Web Consortium.
The Pirate Bay is working on a "browser-like" app and a fake domain name system that will turn users' PCs into distributed web hosts.