The Megaupload founder contested the US government's seizure of $40 million from his overseas accounts.
The Federal Court has ordered Australian ISPs to block more than 200 separate domains, but some of those sites are already on the move.
Legal action is long, detailed and arduous. But setting up a new pirate site? You can do that in no time at all...
Commentary: TV piracy in the 1990s involved early net communities and VHS tapes. But we also made friends with other fans in the process.
The Australian Federal Court has ordered the country's ISPs to block Kickass Torrents, but just how many different domains will they have to chase down?
A new agreement will see piracy websites kicked off the front page of Bing and Google search results in the UK.
After years in court, the US Government may soon have their Piracy Enemy No. 1 on home soil.
The Aussie film distributor is not one to pull its punches on piracy, but this year it's got an aggressive five-point plan to tackle the problem (and it's got its eyes on you).
It turns out there are worse things than losing money to pirates (or as the movie biz calls it, "Hell hath no fury like school children scorned").
Foxtel has extended an olive branch to two men caught live-streaming one of its pay-per-view boxing matches. But in the battle over piracy, can the company afford to flip from pugilist to peacemaker?
An Australia-wide site-block is no match for a website that can play dodgeball with the best of them.
Goodbye Pirate Bay, farewell TorrentHound -- Australia's ISPs have been ordered to block a raft of torrenting sites, though rights holders like Foxtel and Village Roadshow have to foot the bill.
Cameras that make great holiday gifts
Let them start the new year with a step up in photo and video quality from a phone.