A no-deal Brexit would mean EU citizens residing in the UK may lose their .eu domains by March 2020, new guidance says.
The number of piracy sites in Russia increased by 43% last year, according to data from anti-piracy firm WebKontrol, despite increased efforts to block such websites.
A US court has thrown out a copyright infringement case after ruling that it doesn’t have jurisdiction over Russian websites Flvto and 2conv.
Film and music industry groups are calling for anti-piracy measures including website-blocking to be included in any UK-US trade deal.
Online forum Reddit Soccer Streams has been forced to abandon its streaming of live football over concerns about copyright infringement.
A California-based judge who was appointed by powerlifter-turned-California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has failed to win control of a domain name despite claiming it was registered to induce violence against her.
The publisher of The Sun newspaper has filed a complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization over the domain thesun.com.
Alibaba has announced success in its efforts to reduce IP infringement on its Taobao online marketplace, according to reports.
The English Premier League has opened its first international office, in Singapore, to fight piracy of its content in the Asia-Pacific region.
South Korea is to step up its efforts to crack down on online piracy websites, it has been reported.