Pirate Bay Appeal Trial Day 3: Lundstrom Not Pirate Bay

Carl Lund’s defense attorney spends the morning trying to prove his client had no responsibility for the operation of the

Pirate Bay Appeal Trial Day 2: “Site Earned Millions from Ads”

Prosecution spends the day trying to prove The Pirate Bay co-founders improperly made millions from advertising on the Swedish BitTorrent

US Chamber of Commerce: “Censoring Foreign P2P Sites Not Censorship”

Steve Tepp, Senior Director of Internet Counterfeiting and Piracy for the U.S. Chamber’s Global Intellectual Property Center, argues that recently

Pirate Bay Appeal Trial Day 1: “Boring, Waste of Time”

Swedish BitTorrent tracker site co-founder Peter Sunde states the obvious, that no matter the outcome of their appeal of their

DC Judge Orders “Hurt Locker” John Does to Identify Themselves

U.S. District Court Judge Rosemary Collyer rules that 40 accused BitTorrent users cannot proceed anonymously in the case and must

Federal Judge Quashes “Hurt Locker” Subpoenas

US Magistrate Judge John Simko says subpoena submitted by the US Copyright Group are “not in compliance” with federal guidelines

Pirate Bay Appeal Trial Begins Tomorrow

Swedish BitTorrent tracker site co-founders scheduled to try and convince the Svea Court of Appeal to overturn their earlier conviction

Judge Questions Jurisdiction of Mass BitTorrent Lawsuits

U.S. District Judge Rosemary Collyer says its “questionable” if some of the accused file-sharers have had “sufficient contact with the

Film Stage Hands Claim Piracy “Robbing Workers”

Matthew D. Loeb, International president of the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), laments alleged losses from piracy and

Police Across Europe Conduct Major File-Sharing Crackdown

Coordinated effort in 14 countries carried out at the request of Belgian authorities. The investigation is two years in the

300 Alleged BitTorrent Users Targeted By Porn Industry

It seems that the porn industry is currently ramping up its anti-piracy efforts after filing lawsuits against 300 individuals accused

HADOPI – Three Strikes Letters ‘Imminent’

After all the problems with the famed French three strikes, Security General for HADOPI, Eric Walter, has publicly commented that

RIAA Record Label Founder Says Internet Not Music’s Enemy

Just shortly after Stevie Nicks said that the Internet has destroyed rock, the founder of Elektra Records, an RIAA record

Open Licensed Music Movement Gathers Momentum In Germany

Open licensed music isn’t entirely new. Artists seeing the pitfalls of copyright isn’t entirely new either. But what is interesting

Music Biz Uses Net Neutrality to Equate P2P with Child Porn – Again

Once again uses tactic of equating urgent need to fight child porn with P2P. Trouble is that law enforcement already

GGF Now Plans to Buy Demonoid?

Global Gaming Factory CEO Hans Pandeya says he’s “finally managed to get some funds in place and want to acquire

Anti-Piracy Group Thinks Pirate Bay Was Sold Last Year

Federation Against Software Theft’s longtime Chief Executive John Lovelock complains that the Swedish BitTorrent tracker site was sold for £4.7

BREIN’s Director Physically Delivers Dutch Verdict to Pirate Bay’s Sunde

BREIN managing director Tim Kuik tracks down the co-founder of the Swedish BitTorrent tracker site in Vienna to deliver a

Peter Sunde of The Pirate Bay Says Torrents Aren’t the Future

Peter Sunde of The Pirate Bay gave a speech not too long ago in Mexico discussing many things including the

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Launches Flattr, Micro-Payment Site

Social micro-payment platform from Peter Sunde, co-founder of Swedish BitTorrent tracker site The Pirate Bay, allows users to “support the