First country-wide anti-piracy sweep by federal police targets sophisticated software piracy ring.
Deal allows service providers to negotiate multi-territory licensing agreements.
"Broadcast flag" system simply will not work, say scientists who have examined plans for anti-piracy devices.
Deterred by the wave of lawsuits, U.S. households are cutting back on P2P downloads, a new survey shows.
In landmark rule, FCC requires devices to be equipped with technology to block piracy.
Defendant accused of reproducing coursepacks without authorization from the publishers.
Outcome could redefine key elements of copyright law such as fair dealing.
124 others settle claims of illegal online music swapping; group vows to continue legal crusade.
Controversial decision would block online piracy of digital TV broadcasts.
Judge cites probability that the appellate court might disagree with her earlier ruling.
India accounts for 90% of viewers of pirated TV signals in Asia, new survey finds.
Middle Eastern piracy rates are among the highest in the world.
Suit concerned technology used in test grading.
Bill takes aim at imports of pirated films, music and computer software.
Court says Italian electronic group Trucco can formally register "Starix" as an E.U.-wide trademark.
Radio operator was accused of unauthorized performance of songs represented by music rights organization.
Similar to anti-virus programs, tool lets networks block transfers of copyrighted material.
Radio stations must pay royalties to recording companies and composers when their broadcasts are simultaneously streamed over the internet.
But trademark lawyers say toymaker faces an uphill battle.
Suit seeks compensation for use of copyrighted domestic tones; foreign music not covered.