The return of popular BitTorrent website Demonoid, offline since the end of July, is shrouded in uncertainty.
A newly revamped online chooser is designed to help users make more informed decisions about the license they use.
The industry knows that most music files are swapped offline, notes Torrent Freak. So why is the RIAA still asking ISPs to spy on us?
Analysis: The RIAA knew SOPA and PIPA were useless, yet supported them anyway. Most music files are swapped offline. So why is the RIAA still asking ISPs to spy on us?
The file-sharing company BitTorrent has begun testing an advertising model through which it would share ad revenue with content producers.
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.