The battle to get Kim Dotcom, Matthias Ortmann, Bram van der Kolk and Finn Batato to the US to face charges related to Megaupload rages on.
Rather than giving streamers the option to appeal or archive content, Twitch removed it and issued streamers with a one-time warning.
Instagram has recently updated its guidelines, paying specific focus to Live videos and the use of music in them.
The policy comes into effect on 1st September and will punish copyright owners that abuse YouTube’s system.
Dotcom can be extradited on charges of fraud but not copyright violation.
Rewritten Bill will be in Parliament in the next few weeks.
The IOC has filed over 1 000 copyright infringement claims against Periscope users who are broadcasting the Games through the Twitter-owned service.
Deadline extended while DTI awaits comment on controversial new Bill.
The famous copyright case against Megaupload is far from over as the Canadian part drags on.
Bloggers arrested in Ethiopia, Heartbleed takes down the internet and Star Wars VII casting complete.
Paperight takes aim at one of publishing’s most lucrative secret businesses.
Reliance on wire copy for online news may be more of a problem than plagiarism.
The founder of The Pirate Bay just went to jail. Join us as we explain why.
If your Facebook photo ends up in print, do you have a right to complain?
Getty Images is fighting piracy with free imagery.
South Africa’s first prosecution for filesharing moves closer to court date.
PRIVACY SPECIAL: The internet, copyright, journalism, Smaug & Google Loon. EFF’s Danny O’Brien speaks
The EFF’s International Director, Danny O’Brien, talks about copyright, the internet and the threat to journalists.
With the first person in South Africa facing charges of copyright violation for uploading films to the internet due to appear in court next month, it’s maybe time to step back and ask an important question about filesharing. How much damage does it actually do? For the most part, the idea that file sharing harms […]