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After alleging that 22 people linked to bootleg recordings of his concerts, the pop artist dismisses the far-fetched lawsuit.
Does a $200 million weekend box office opening still mean piracy is ruining the film industry?
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.
A man said to be affiliated with the hacking collective Anonymous gets prison time for breaking into police and municipal Web sites in Utah, New York, Missouri, and California.
You can catch all the action on YouTube from Monday morning, courtesy of the Wimbledon channel.
Microsoft's new console will let you trade in your games, the company has revealed, but with some onerous online restrictions attached.
"The idea of you paying thousands of dollars a year for a package of cable channels that you don't watch doesn't make any sense," Diller said.
Users can currently only stream two devices at once, but the video service is looking to charge a little more for a four-device option. Could this be a precursor to cracking down on account sharing?
The upstart live-TV streaming service continues its fight with U.S. broadcasters by taking out a full-page ad saying it is complying with U.S. copyright law.
Proposed amendment to CISPA says Internet companies' promises to protect customer privacy were legally enforceable. But then Republicans vote it down.