Fighting extradition to the US on copyright infringement and money laundering charges, the file-sharing CEO calls evidence "cherry picked."
Kim Dotcom's lawyers are seeking relief and reparation from the government over what has been deemed an illegal search and seizure of Dotcom's property.
The request that could result in a quick end to the court case against the company.
The companies apparently want to conclude the case and move on to Oracle's appeal without any issues outstanding.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation warns of a slippery slope from a bogus copyright action involving two roommates.
These alternative licenses improve on existing copyright law by enabling content owners to promote the sharing and dissemination of their works.
The carrier refuses to comply with an order to allow a peek at the personal information of alleged e-book pirates.
The notorious file-sharing site polls Internet users on their file-sharing habits, attitudes, and perceptions of laws.
The partial verdict jurors reached was just the end of round one in a three-round bout between Google and Oracle.
A jury has found Google liable for copyright infringement in its use of Java in Android, but has not managed to decide whether that infringement was protected by rules governing "fair use."