Piracy rewrites technology distribution rules.
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An Italian court has ruled that ISPs in the country must prevent users from accessing the file-sharing sites.
Why is e-book piracy so prevalent in the student world? I'm sure we could all think of a few reasons.
Breaking Bad is available in Australia on the same day that it airs in the US, and yet Australians still torrented the final episode more than any other country.
Geoblocking will continue to be used as long as studios rely on territory-based deals, according to Viocorp CTO Rachel Dixon.
The country is proposing prison time for owners of sites that link to illegal versions of copyrighted material.
France's anti-piracy watchdog fought for survival this week while its broadcast regulator argued to gain control over a seriously weakened three-strikes process stripped of its internet-banning powers.
A new survey suggests that most students believe their online activity is monitored by school officials.
Your Internet provider may start recording your online activity if they agree to a new code designed to penalize pirates -- and if record labels have their way.
The Pirate Bay is hoping to dodge blocks on its site with a new Firefox-based browser.
The law that threatened to disconnect French internet users suspected of copyright infringement will be replaced with a fine system.
The Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry will partner with The Software Alliance in a 3-year campaign to push a favorable environment for intellectual property protection, and reduce the country's piracy rate.
Country's copyright watchdog will supervise e-commerce sites such as Apple's online store and Amazon as part of the country's efforts to curb online piracy and address complaints from content producers.
An 1 percent increase in use of licensed software generates almost US$1.3 billion in national production, compared to US$554 million from a similar increase in pirated software, according to BSA and INSEAD study.
It's not all about DRM anymore -- we're entering the realm of hardware.
Country's high court rules that software pirates are to pay full cost to vendors and not just for the time the illegal copy was used.