The Pirate Bay has moved its site to Iceland, hoping the country's stance towards Internet freedom will protect its torrent site.
Gilles Bernheim, France's Grand Rabbi, was under heavy pressure to resign over the allegations.
"I" means Internet, "pad" means tablet and "mini" means smaller. But can Apple trademark these three elements combined?
Comcast will launch persistent pop-up ads for any user who has received four alerts as part of the Copyright Alert System, an anti-piracy policy also known as the six-strikes policy.
After years of planning and at least two delays, the Copyright Alert System, aka the so-called six-strikes policy, will launch Monday, according to TorrentFreak.
Antigua may be the first nation to have a government-run torrent site, effectively legalizing piracy, with World Trade Organization approval.
Kim Dotcom is launching Mega, his successor to Megaupload, at 2:30 a.m. EST Sunday via livestream, and here's your opportunity to watch the filesharing site release event live.
Coffeehouses and cafes with public Internet access will not be affected by the coming Six-Strikes anti-piracy scheme, but not all businesses will be subject to the same clemency.
Kim Dotcom has announced that he will launch "Mega," a secure, encrypted file-sharing site being billed as follow-up to his wildly popular Megaupload.com website, which was shut down last year by United States authorities who charged him and several other Megaupload leaders with criminal copyright infringement.
The Six Strikes campaign by Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) to combat online piracy, long-awaited, is coming in weeks.
Academy award season is a time for gorgeous dresses, glamorous celebrities drinking champagne and leaked movies. Lots of leaked movies.
Copyright enforcers in Ireland are trying to convince the country’s Internet service providers to block access to The Pirate Bay, a move that would likely be met with significant skepticism in the United States.
MakerBot has pulled plans for the lower receiver of an AR-15 semi automatic rifle from the Thingiverse on Thursday, saying that "recent events served as the impetus" to enforce the company's terms of service.
All the fear among online pirates and torrent websites appears to have been for naught with the announcement Wednesday that the dreaded “six strike” policy will, at least for now, be suspended.
Apple's second patent lawsuit against Samsung targets eight devices including the Galaxy Nexus, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note and Galaxy S2, and a host of Samsung’s Galaxy Tab range. Reports streaming in indicate that the iPhone maker is now keen to add Google’s Jelly Bean 4.1 Android build as well.
After moving from servers to the Cloud, Pirate Bay now claims to be impervious to government raids.