Does a $200 million weekend box office opening still mean piracy is ruining the film industry?
After alleging that 22 people linked to bootleg recordings of his concerts, the pop artist dismisses the far-fetched lawsuit.
The two countries agree on a plan to curtail theft of intellectual property, after President Obama grants Russia "permanent normal trade relations" and the two nations agree to have the WTO's tenets apply between them.
Spotify launches today in Australia and New Zealand, delivering 16 million songs to its members. To succeed, the company believes it has to be better — and not just better than its direct competitors.
Want to share a scene from your favorite TV show? Hulu makes it easy, a plus for fans and for content owners concerned about copyright violations.
Vice President Joe Biden and the U.S. government's new IP enforcement coordinator introduce new plan for fighting piracy and counterfeiting.
A proposal that calls for some of the top Internet service providers to interrupt service for subscribers who repeatedly pirate movies and music could be signed and announced as early as next month, sources said.
Staffers at the Government Accountability Office say they didn't get all the film industry's data on a controversial 2005 piracy study.
Instead of having to pay $80,000 for each of the 24 songs she was accused of illegally downloading, a court now says she must pay $2,250 per violation.
NBC's recent withdraw from the iTunes store leaves the millions of users of Apple iPods without a legitimate way to purchase and watch NBC's content. Could this be the push that brings easy-to-use TV 'piracy' to the masses? This article discusses the issu