Rightsholders will lose the ability to manually claim payment for unintended use of their music, but they can still block the videos.
New research shows that changing the behavior of a pirate depends on removing all piracy options at the same time.
The Australian public enquiry is the first of its kind, so will likely influence decisions made by other authorities around the world.
Chairman Joe Simons of the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) defended a settlement that some commentators called ‘meager’.
Google has a cunning plan to ‘enhance’ your privacy by forcing you to accept cookies which rival browsers increasingly block.
The Finnish Market Court ruled that the ISP need not make payments to a collection society because their IPTV streams are original broadcasts, not retransmissions of over-the-air TV.
A Wall Street Journal investigation says Huawei staff intercepted encrypted messages by opponents of Uganda’s government, and helped Zambia’s police to arrest opposition bloggers.
Samuel George MP claimed that encryption filters which should protect voice calls and messages are not working.
Creators of digital archives are likely to suffer heavier penalties if they use content in a way that the owners find upsetting.
Copyright infringement is not a victimless crime, and the heavy hand of the law is being used to keep it in check.