Two websites accused of making copyrighted educational papers illegally available to the public have been ordered to pay a total of $15 million in damages to academic publisher Elsevier.
Three UK-based men have been given prison sentences for a combined total of four years for providing illegal access to copyrighted content online.
Internet service provider (ISP) Grande Communications has asked a court to dismiss a copyright lawsuit brought against it by record companies.
Ohio State University has sued one of its former student basketball players for trademark infringement.
A California-based man has been arrested for copyright infringement after allegedly posting “Deadpool”, a film produced by Marvel, to his Facebook page.
There has been an 87% drop in advertising from licensed gambling operators on illegal sites that infringe copyright laws in the past year.
Luxury jewellery company Tiffany has been granted an injunction against a group selling counterfeit goods.
Snap Inc, formerly known as Snapchat, has obtained the transfer of four domain names using the ‘Snapchat’ trademark.
Digital platforms are being overrun by bad actors and American consumers want digital leaders to take a more hands-on approach.