ARM makes a number of chip announcements at Computex, including a next-generation processor for mid-range smartphones.
An antipiracy group may find itself in legal trouble after borrowing the look of the Pirate Bay Web site for a new campaign.
The Chinese e-commerce giant has joined forces with the Motion Picture Association to curb the sale of counterfeit products.
New policy demotes sites in search results if Google receives a lot of take-down notices involving content on those sites. But Google denies that it will favor its own video-sharing site.
Sites that generate too many copyright takedown notices will be moved lower in search rankings. And Google will be busy: Copyright owners flagged more than 4.3 million URLs in the last 30 days alone.
The European Parliament has voted down ACTA, the controversial antipiracy and anticounterfeit treaty, blocking any signing EU member state from ratifying it into law.
In pursuit of SumoTorrent, the Dutch group wins ruling that the torrent site's former hosting provider is responsible for damages suffered by copyright holders as a result of the site's activities.
A man is ordered to pay fine for failing to secure his Internet connection, which was used to pirate copyrighted songs. Hey, what happened to the U.S. version of graduated response?
Google has some interesting links to a right-wing political group called the Tea Party Patriots, which recently began criticizing the Protect IP Act, the bill that would make it easier for authorities to shut down pirate sites. Google opposes the legislation.
In push to get legislation through Congress, senator invites giants like Google, Visa, and Verizon to testify about bill that would require them to do more to combat piracy.