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The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has defended the secrecy around trade negotiations which could lead to a clamp down on copyright infringement in Australia, and will be signed before the text is ever made public.
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.
Kim Dotcom's Mega service has been accused of facilitating the piracy of Man Booker award winning novel The Luminaries, by Eleanore Catton, but Mega's accuser is now facing probing questions himself.
Following a court order, UK ISPs must now block customers' access to a total of 25 torrent sites and aggregators.
Travel company Lonely Planet says it is handling piracy by moving beyond commodified information to something more valuable: Advice.
The Attorney-General's Department is refusing to confirm whether it has approached ISPs seeking a tougher method of dealing with online copyright infringement.
The upcoming Cable and Satellite Broadcast Association of Asia Convention in Hong Kong will likely see the same key discussion issues including piracy and over-the-top delivery models.
A copyright regulation set to come into effect next year is drawing the ire of a diverse coalition of activists, lawyers and ISPs.
The Singapore government is mulling over plans to block websites that offer pirated content including movies and music, along with other efforts to curb online piracy.
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.