Cyberlocker Hotfile has been found liable for copyright infringement for housing pirated movies and TV shows on its site, the MPAA said on Wednesday. The summary judgment decision from U.S. District…
Comcast Corp. is developing a new approach to fighting piracy in the U.S., and wants other major content companies and distributors on board. The owner of the nation’s largest cable operator has…
The White House will encourage search engines, cyberlockers and domain name registrars to come up with voluntary agreements with Hollywood and other industries to curb online piracy of movies, TV…
Screenwriters David Elliot and Paul Lovett are seeking more than $23 million in damages in their suit claiming that their ideas for a sequel to “G.I. Joe: Rise of the Cobra” were stolen by Paramount…
Immediately after the Sunday debut of HBO's "Game of Thrones" third campaign, hundreds of thousands of digital thieves swarmed to download the seg illegally over the Internet — in numbers never seen…
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a copyright case against YouTube, finding that a jury could conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the…
Hollywood studios, networks, and guilds and unions, and other content creators are pouring money into a broadcast and cable ad campaign, hoping to drum up support for a major piece of anti-piracy…
Hollywood faces a myriad of challenges in fighting piracy, but among the most vexing is public perception.
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.
When Vice President Joseph Biden appeared at a news conference last summer about copyright theft, he compared it to "smashing the window at Tiffany's and reaching in and grabbing what's in" the store.
Senate and House leaders made a bipartisan show of support for expected legislation to crack down on so-called rogue websites that traffic in pirated content.