There are conflicting reports about whether New Zealand's prime minister chatted privately with President Obama about the MegaUpload case.
One of the world's largest Internet-file storage services has ended a fight instigated by Perfect 10, a litigious porn studio. But Megaupload's copyright troubles may not be over.
Seven people accused of operating the site and committing acts of online piracy were named in an indictment. Four people--including Kim DotCom, aka Kim Schmitz--have been arrested in New Zealand.
A 300-pound hacker, street racer, and convicted computer criminal is allegedly menacing filmmakers. The founder of Megaupload, a service accused in a lawsuit of encouraging illegal file sharing, is a character right out of a studio script.