Drew Wilson is perhaps one of the more well-known file-sharing and technology news writers around. A journalist in the field since 2005, his work has had semi-regular appearances on social news websites and even occasional appearances on major news outlets as well. Drew founded <a href="http://www.freezenet.ca">freezenet.ca</a> and still contributes to ZeroPaid.

Obama Administration Demands Reinstatement of $1.5 Million Fine

It seemed that the $2,250 per infringing song has become the brand new standard in the US with regards to

Worldwide Protest Againt ACTA – Protest Pictures Begin Streaming In

Yesterday, we reported that today is the worldwide day of action against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). Today, we are

Claim: Encrypted Chat Developer Detained, Interrogated at US Border

A developer for encrypted chat application “Cryptocat” has recently claimed that he was detained and interrogated at the US border.

Tensions Rise Over Another International Agreement – CETA

After covering the developments of SOPA, ACTA, and the TPP, we are turning our attention to another alphabet agreement –

International Divisions and Slow Pace Plaguing TPP Negotiations?

ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) may be on the ropes in Europe, but it isn’t the only deeply concerning agreement making

Megaupload Case: US Authorities Call Court Order ‘Unrealistic’

It could be a set of developments that pushes US authorities into a rather interesting predicament. A New Zealand court

Magnotta Case: The Puzzling Calls to Have Gore Website Shut Down

With accused murderer Magnotta behind bars in Germany, a mountain of evidence and justice waiting for him back in Canada

Hundreds of Sites Participate in Black Out Protest Against the Government

It may be one of the latest examples of how we live in an age of internet activism. Using the

Opinion: News Corp and the Myth of Harm Caused by FileSharing

IIC has been doing a round-table on what it calls “content piracy” in Asia recently. The event caught the attention

Anti-Piracy Company Attacks the Media While Lashing Out at H33t

In news that one could file under “oddities”, an anti-piracy company has apparently decided to attack several websites in the

Ten Wrongly Targeted URLs for DMCA Takedowns

Last week, we reported on the Google Transparency Report which brought to light some of the obviously wrongly filed DMCA

Four ACTA Meeting Notes Documents Leak

EDRI has obtained and released four meeting notes documents. We took a look at the documents ourselves and found some

TPP Has No Economic Benefit – Australian Pirate Party

The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has made headlines for a number of years and now there’s been a development. The Pirate

After Kim Dotcom Asks for Defense Evidence, FBI Claims MegaUpload Had Child Porn

MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom has found himself in the legally surreal position of demanding that he be provided the evidence

China and US Exchange Shots Over Internet Human Rights

The United States has recently issued a report slamming China for an abysmal human rights record. Meanwhile, China hit back

Google Releases Transparency Report of Takedown Requests

Google is offering a rather insightful look of what is being requested to be taken down. Many were copyright related,

ZeroPaid Added to the List of Censored Websites

We’ve been following the latest developments of UK mobile censorship closely; documenting when a website is found out to be

RIAA Only Rumored to Have Sued Limewire for $72 Trillion

At ZeroPaid, we pride ourselves on trying to post the most accurate stories possible. That is why whenever we learn

Busting Down the ‘IP-Intensive’ Buzz Word

One of the latest buzz words coming out of the industry seems to be the term “IP-Intensive” or “IP-Intensive Industry”.

The Pseudo-Science of the ‘IP Creates Jobs for America’ Report

We’ve recently been informed that the U.S. Chamber of Commerce‚Äôs Global Intellectual Property Center (GIPC) released a report entitled “IP