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Criminal Copyright Infringement
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…
Megaupload.com, alleged to be one of the world's most popular sources of online piracy, has been shut down by a federal indictment issued Thursday.
A founder of the NinjaVideo website plead guilty on Friday for his role in offering pirated downloads of movies and TV shows.
The U.K. piracy market will be worth £1 billion ($1.92 billion) within three years, threatening the future of the local industry, according to a report from the U.K. Film Council released on…
The House handed the entertainment industry a mixed bag Tuesday when it passed legislation that gives federal prosecutors new tools to fight online piracy and makes camcording in theaters a federal…
Federal officials have announced the first criminal conviction in California under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. A Northern California man Thursday pleaded guilty to circumventing technology…
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