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.
Music labels, including the Australian divisions of Sony, Universal and Warner, are seeking to have four audio-ripping sites blocked in Australia, it has been reported.
Nine entertainment companies have applied for an injunction in the latest push to stop Australians from accessing websites allegedly allowing users to download or stream pirated content.
Financial institution Citadel has failed in its bid to have the domain name citadel-investment.com transferred from the registrant.
The number of lawsuits filed against alleged piracy file-sharing websites hit a record high in 2018, TorrentFreak reports.
The Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has announced that the UK Intellectual Property Office will continue to fund the force beyond June 2019.
The alleged operator of multi-platform service Popcorn Time, as well as a user of the website, are being sued by several film production companies for copyright infringement.
UK registrants of the .eu country-code top-level domain are being urged to consider an alternative domain or seek legal advice in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
A Chinese court has sentenced the founder of an online piracy website to three years in prison for copyright infringement.