After battling counterfeit watches for decades, luxury brands decide to play watch face whac-a-mole.
Svartholm Warg's sentence will be announced on Friday, a Danish court said.
The Supreme Court might weigh in on the extent to which APIs can be protected by copyright
The case could have made infringers out of millions of ordinary Internet users across the EU
The shows had been licensed to China's top video sites, leaving questions over why they were pulled
The country had allowed its residents to engage in this practice, but no longer. Lawsuits are now expected.
Infringers shouldn't be able to repost files again and again to the same website, musicians tell lawmakers.
The Google unit was earlier ordered to take the video down, but it can be shown with changes, a judge rules.
Tired of waiting to get through all the legal hurdles, De La Soul is taking its music straight to the fans via the Internet.
An overhaul of EU copyright levies sparks debate