Legislation in the U.S. Congress would allow federal law enforcement officials to block websites accused of copyright piracy.
Not content with its legal victories over individual file swappers, the recording industry wants judges to punish ISPs too.
Defending itself against Oracle's patent and copyright lawsuit, Google let slip a piece of evidence that should have remained private -- thwarted by its own technology.
After a court orders ISPs to block access to the Pirate Bay website, the organization sets up a workaround.
The legal battle between Apple and Samsung continued in a district court hearing in The Hague, where both want licensing rights and restrictions on the other's product.
Civil liberties groups have criticized the program, saying it lacks meaningful court oversight and opportunity for defense.
Lawyers for both sides expressed optimism about the progress that has been made during discussions since July.
The Chinese city of Kunming has stopped 22 fake Apple stores from illegally using the company's iconic trademarks after Apple lodged a complaint.
Mitch Bainwol oversaw the Recording Industry Association of America's campaign against illegal music downloading, including lawsuits against individual file-sharers.