Wikipedia leader Jimmy Wales has launched a campaign to defend Richard O'Dwyer from extradition to the US.
The British government department has said that the Home Secretary, who has the power to block extraditions, will not intervene in the matter of the U.S. request for Richard O'Dwyer.
The Wikipedia founder calls the 24-year-old U.K. student the "human face" of the global battle over antipiracy efforts.
Richard O'Dwyer of TV-Shack fame will not be extradited to the United States to face copyright infringement charges, and will pay compensation instead.
Gottfried Svartholm Warg, co-founder of the controversial file-sharing service, gets booted out of Cambodia and arrested as soon as he lands in Sweden -- on charges of hacking tax records.
The music industry's expensively won blockade of the Pirate Bay hasn't done much to stop Brits from file sharing, according to reports.
During a Google+ hangout aired on YouTube, the president stops short of saying he opposes a pair of controversial Hollywood-backed copyright bills.
Here's some of what we think we'll be writing about during the next year, from Netflix's comeback to iRadio to Kim DotCom staying put in New Zealand.