A 43-year-old man has been sentenced to 15 days offline after uploading a song by the pop group Collectif Metisse, copyrighted by Universal.
According to TorrentFreak, the entertainment company is actively pursuing illegal file-sharers who use Internet service providers not affiliated with the Copyright Alerts System.
The CAS has trust issues. From Gigi Sohn on the advisory board of the CAS, here are five key ways to help get us over them.
DtecNet—a division of MarkMonitor, the creator of the software the CAS will use to flag U.S. Internet users for copyright infringement—has reportedly flagged yet another innocent victim.
The U.S. Copyright Office ties to Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) just got a lot stronger.
The so-called "six strikes" policy could make your local coffeeshop a hotbed for piracy and effectively kill the Open Wireless Movement.