Hollywood and its supporters are feeling something akin to a hangover following the sidelining of the Stop Online Piracy Act and a companion bill in the Senate.
The death of Apple co-founder and tech visionary Steve Jobs was something we all suspected was coming, but still were shocked to hear had occurred. His impact on the entertainment and tech industries…
Hollywood studios and record labels unveiled a landmark agreement with Internet providers for a system of "copyright alerts" in an effort to crack down on content piracy.
It may come as no surprise, but the positive results of recent legal action against online piracy is music to the Recording Industry Assn. of America's ears.
An appeals court Monday upheld a preliminary injunction levied against Aimster, dealing the hobbled file-swapper a hefty blow and potentially advancing the music industry's appeal of another recent…
Online music swappers beware: Starting this week, the next file you download could be a subpoena. After months of dancing around the issue of prosecuting individual cyberpirates, the Recording…
A bid to make the major record labels more accountable in the way they tally up artist royalties got a leg up in the California state Senate this week, passing out of the Judiciary Committee and into…
Starting Tuesday, Internet file-swappers began getting some unexpected personal correspondence on their screens from the record industry, advising them to stop posting copyrighted music on the Web -…
A crucial U.S. Copyright Office report has just made it easier for studios to sell movie downloads directly to consumers without having to worry about a virtual Blockbuster setting up shop and…
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