Britain's elite Serious Organised Crime Agency have sidestepped copyright law to replace music site RnBXclusive with a threatening message.
Chinese authorities have reportedly taken iPads from a third-party retailer, a move apparently brought on by Apple's continued refusal to honor a trademark for the iPad name owned by a Chinese manufacturer.
Authorities in New Zealand continue to haul away property belonging to Kim DotCom, founder of MegaUpload, who U.S. authorities accuse of piracy and causing over $500 million in damages to copyright owners.
Just in time for Super Bowl Sunday, the federal agents announce they have seized and shuttered 307 Web sites that either live-streamed sports or sold fake NFL paraphernalia.
Raids on offices, homes, and hotel suites in Hong Kong yield a large amount of digital evidence and suspected criminal proceeds.
YouTube's Robert Kyncl tells a Consumer Electronics Show audience that the rapid growth in online video viewership and production is creating massive opportunities.
San Mateo County Sheriff's deputies served a search warrant on Jason Chen's home last week, according to a published report.
Twitter service Seesmic expands from the desktop with two new apps for Google Android and BlackBerry phones.
U.S. seizes assets and Web sites belonging to those accused of illegally distributing movies over the Internet.
State is attempting to seize the domain names of 141 gambling sites in an effort to stop illegal online gaming. Domains in question include absolutepoker.com and pokerstars.com.