Articles about Piracy
After the torrent search website's closure last week, Isohunt has stepped into the breach by relaunching The Pirate Bay's database.
Legislation that will allow rights holders to get piracy websites blocked by Australian internet service providers will hit the parliament in the first half of 2015.
A raid in Stockholm shut down the website for a time, but how long will the blackout last?
Australia's internet service providers have expressed their eagerness to work with the government to continue the fight against internet piracy.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has said he is reasonably confident that internet service providers and rights holders will be able to nut out an anti-copyright infringement scheme on their own.
The Australian government is moving ahead with plans to crack down on online copyright infringement, with website blocking and warning notices coming in 2015.
Australians who downloaded an infringing copy of Dallas Buyers Club but did not make that copy available on peer-to-peer file-sharing services are not targeted in the latest piracy court case.
The expert that Dallas Buyers Club LLC used to determine which Australian customers allegedly shared the film online will be flown from Germany to Australia for cross-examination.
After cyberattack resulted in internal networks being shuttered and confidential files leaked across the web, Sony has pulled in the professionals.
It's been a nervous weekend for Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom as authorities in New Zealand try to send the former internet tycoon to jail.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission rejected a complaint from Village Roadshow co-CEO Graham Burke that iiNet's 'propaganda' around copyright infringement was misleading and deceptive.
After months of speculation, Netflix has confirmed that it will be expanding in Australia and New Zealand in March 2015.
Exactly how the rights holders for the film Dallas Buyers Club obtained the IP addresses of users alleged to have downloaded infringing copies of the film will remain under wraps until at least the public hearing set for February next year.
The law firm seeking the details of Australian internet users alleged to have downloaded infringing copies of the film Dallas Buyers Club began sending generic letters to ISPs before the film had even been leaked.
A new study commissioned by the Communications Alliance has shown that the majority of Australians fear that ISPs will pass costs incurred by the government's anti-piracy proposals onto customers.