Music service Baboom launched to the public Monday with what the company calls a “fair trade streaming” model, but without major label artists as well as its infamous founder: Kim Dotcom, who rose to…
Six major U.S. movie studios have sued Megaupload — which U.S. law enforcement officials shut down in January 2012 — seeking to collect the $175 million the site and its principals allegedly earned…
Kim Dotcom, who was arrested in 2012 in a high-profile raid on his New Zealand compound for Internet piracy, tells “60 Minutes” on Sunday that he was targeted because he was “the easiest person to…
The U.S. Department of Justice unsealed evidence Friday in its case against Megaupload and the website’s principals that includes email excerpts showing they knowingly engaged in copyright…
Closing the notorious piracy site Megaupload didn’t help theatrical film grosses , according to a new study. Megaupload, which claimed at one time to account for as much as 4% of all Internet…
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Hollywood studios are quick to offer figures on the cost of piracy, but a new study sheds light on whether efforts to combat it is at all working. A study conducted by Carnegie Mellon’s Initiative…
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.