A Chinese court has sentenced the founder of an online piracy website to three years in prison for copyright infringement.
The Supreme Court of New Zealand has agreed to hear Kim Dotcom’s appeal against earlier rulings which found that the Megaupload creator can be extradited to the US to face copyright charges.
A Kickstarter campaign that took inspiration from “Harry Potter” has been forced to change its name after being hit with a copyright claim by Warner Bros.
French fashion brand Chanel has accused almost 100 (94) online entities of producing and distributing counterfeit goods through internet-based stores.
A US federal grand jury has indicted five men, based in four countries, who allegedly distributed stolen digital versions of numerous films and TV online before their official release date.
Digital resale website ReDigi has lost its appeal in a copyright dispute with Capitol Records and Virgin Records.
The YouTube account of Vice co-founder and Proud Boys creator Gavin McInnes has been banned from the platform for copyright infringement.
A court in China will begin accepting blockchain records from writers seeking to prove that they have copyright protection for their online material.
Footwear brand Deckers, which owns UGG, has filed a trademark lawsuit against online counterfeiters in China.
Google’s head of news has called on policy makers to fix what he calls “unintended consequences” of the EU’s proposed revisions to its copyright law.