A US indictment accuses Huawei of literally stealing a robot arm from T-Mobile. The risks of doing business with Huawei are widely known, so why does much of our industry ignore them?
Cartesian surveyed US consumers about the sharing of passwords for internet video streaming services.
A court in Guangdong has upheld a fine of CNY260mn (USD38.5mn) after Tencent and other major Chinese online video providers complained that QVOD supported piracy.
Two porn streaming businesses are responsible for lodging more than half of all copyright cases in the USA last year.
Some questioned the ethics and legality of the stunt, but it does raise the question of why Twitter still allows users to manage their accounts via SMS.
The EU was not given proper notification of a German law that limits web quotations from press articles.
Greece is the latest country to discover that if you block a specific URL then pirates will simply move their site to a different URL.
A confidant of the murdered Saudi is suing an Israeli business whose spyware was found on his phone.
US content delivery network Cloudflare is mentioned alongside obviously problematic endeavors like Popcorn Time and The Pirate Bay.
YouTube’s #SaveYourInternet campaign is more about creating an ideal competitive environment for YouTube than protecting Europeans from robotic censorship.