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The Pirate Bay trial to begin in Sweden

The four men behind the popular file-sharing site are accused of helping millions of Internet users illegally download protected movies, music, and computer games.

By February 15, 2009


Warner Music's tune of folly

In a guest post, entertainment lawyer Chris Castle says the record label's notion of bundling monthly fees into ISP bills is a head scratcher.

By March 28, 2008


Danish ISP blocks The Pirate Bay

A Danish court orders an Internet service provider to block access to one of the world's largest BitTorrent search engines.

By February 4, 2008


Prince to sue The Pirate Bay

In what is likely the largest civil challenge to BitTorrent tracker, pop star will file suit in three countries against The Pirate Bay, including the U.S. Prince accuses the site of profiting illegally from the work of artists.

By November 9, 2007


Web Sheriff doing it different than MediaDefender

United Kingdom-based Web Sheriff opts for a more 'tempered' approach than does its rival to fighting online piracy.

By September 25, 2007


Prince lashes out at YouTube, eBay and The Pirate Bay

Musician intends to win back control of his copyright on the Web.

By September 13, 2007


Pirate Bay's 'brokep' details new SuprNova.org

Peter Sunde says Pirate Bay founders are re-launching SuprNova to prove to MPAA that torrent sites can't be shut down.

By August 3, 2007


Reports: BitTorrent index SuprNova.org to rise again

Three years after Hollywood studios successfully forced the site to shut down, SuprNova reappears after domain is turned over to The Pirate Bay.

By August 2, 2007


MPAA sues newsgroup, P2P search sites

Hollywood expands the scope of its antipiracy lawsuits, targeting sites that search the Web and newsgroups for copyright works.

By February 23, 2006


Studios mine P2P logs to sue swappers

New Hollywood lawsuits use information collected by peer-to-peer sites to target file traders.

By August 25, 2005