Hollywood is starting to hunt down mobile apps that contain infringing content and asking that they be removed from app stores.
Megaupload lost a bid on Friday to see a trove of evidence held by U.S. prosecutors prior to extradition proceedings expected to begin later this year in New Zealand.
The German Bundestag has adopted a controversial, but weakened, online copyright bill that gives publishers the exclusive right to make commercial use of their publications on the Internet.
The so-called "six strikes" voluntary policing policy is now in effect, and Internet service providers are ready to get nasty if they believe you're engaged in repeated copyright infringement.
A recorded music industry association in the U.S. said Google's policy to demote pirate websites in search rankings was not working.
The Wikimedia Foundation has settled its lawsuit with Internet Brands over the travel website.
Civil liberties activists attending the European Commission's copyright discussion declared the process a "waste of time" and an "outrageous attempt to avoid copyright reform."
Google has created a $81 million fund to settle disputes with French publishers over claims of lost revenues for posting news content in its search results.
Civil rights groups argue against an AP lawsuit over use of its news, saying the ruling could restrict Internet innovation and affect time-shifting programming.