For the second time, a judge has ruled that it's copyright infringement to post songs you ripped from your own CD to a file trading network.
Snocap's Shawn Fanning, Ali Aydar and Jordan Mendelson aim to transform peer-to-peer networks into authorized distribution channel for music.
A California judge says the movie studios have improperly bundled too many separate cases together.
The Recording Industry Association of America files 531 new copyright suits against alleged music swappers.
The Recording Industry Association of America says it had sued the Israeli file-swapping company, one of the oldest of the peer-to-peer companies still in operation.
The recording industry's first wave of lawsuits against alleged music pirates is changing the legal landscape--but can it manage to crush interest in file trading?
A Massachusetts court blocks recording industry subpoenas that are aimed at college song swappers, saying two universities are not immediately required to give student identities.
The Federal Trade Commission issues a brief consumer warning about potential privacy concerns surrounding file-swapping software and spyware.
Pressure is building on companies to crack down on peer-to-peer software use by employees, as record labels and other copyright holders warn of the potential legal liability.
A new version of the Freenet software, a program based around wholly anonymous Net publishing and distribution, is due out Monday after long silence from its developer community.