Carol Highsmith files suit against the photo agency, alleging "gross misuse" of her nearly 19,000 America-themed photos, which she had donated to the Library of Congress for everyone's use.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is suing the government, arguing the Digital Millennium Copyright Act has outlived its usefulness in protecting copyrighted material from pirates and stifles free speech.
The number of requests from copyright holders to get rid of links to allegedly infringing content has more than doubled compared to last year.
Artem Vaulin, who allegedly owns the site, has been arrested and awaits extradition in Poland.
Photo enthusiasts should appreciate raw editing and an advanced camera mode -- but some new features are available only with a paid subscription.
This time, a media watchdog is saying that Apple has infringed on copyright by allowing a propaganda film to be viewed through Youku HD, a streaming app available in the App Store.
The Republic of Ireland will be the first country outside of the UK to be able to access all of the broadcaster's radio services online.
The controversial file-sharing figure isn't letting his long-running legal woes stop him from creating another Megaupload-style service.
A pirate with the username Thuy Pham surreptitiously inserted a copy of the 1995 teen movie within another 360-degree video on YouTube.
Hillary Clinton unveils a tech agenda that promises to reinvigorate the economy. At least one critic warns that her plans are costly.