Hotfile must also cease operations
Chu spoke with TheWrap about what she learned from SOPA and why we need a permanent federal tax credit.
Gilligan said that illegal downloading raised awareness of the AMC show -- but conceded it hurt his wallet
New study shows Google's fine-tuning of search results has had no effect
MPAA said that the plan to yank ads for pirated content places too much burden on rights holders
"How I Met Your Mother" and "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1" are among the more than 1,000 titles allegedly pirated
The most successful strategy to get consumers to pay up for viewing pirated films appears to be falling apart
Kim Dotcom loses a round with the U.S. when New Zealand's Court of Appeal overturns lower court ruling on required evidence
Adele top selling album, "Call Me Maybe" biggest single
Warnings will be issued whenever copyright owners discover that a consumer's internet account is being used to access or download pirated content
Suspected copyright pirate Kim Dotcom unveiled his new file-sharing site, thumbing his nose at the MPAA on Twitter
From media ownership regulations to indecency rules, there are plenty of entertainment industry issues facing either a President Obama or a President Romney
Ukraine and Switzerland also cited for lax approach to copyright protection
Taobao said it will now work to identify and remove companies that trade counterfeit goods
Dodd praised Republicans last week for including similar language in their party platform
Google has changed its search algorithm so as to account for copyright violators
Guest Blog: The best strategy is all about providing fans with convenient access to music in legal, affordable ways
Guest Blog: If you have to sue someone, sue the guys who profit by selling songs illegally
Court declines to review a $675,000 jury award against Boston University student who downloaded a mere 30 songs.
Introduced at CinemaCon, the system of tiny cameras primarily installed at industry screenings and premieres but plans to ramp up production in next 18 months
Google co-founder Sergey Brin says that Hollywood "is shooting itself in the foot, or maybe worse" with its current anti-piracy lobbying
Paul Brigner, a tech officer who has left his post with the MPAA, explains how he changed his mind and why he now opposes SOPA...
In a speech in Atlanta, MPAA chief Chris Dodd says "Hollywood is pro-technology and pro-Internet," but warns "a strong system of copyright protection" is necessary
A New Zealand judge granted Dotcom bail on Wednesday morning during a hearing about Dotcom's potential extradition to the United States
The Associated Press filed a suit in a New York court against news aggregator Meltwater, which gets a split decision in a ruling on similar...
The International Intellectual Property Alliance recommends that Canada be placed on a watch list for rampant online and physical piracy
Days before the Super Bowl, a Michigan man was arrested for streaming live events, and 16 sites seized
Neil Young says that he and Steve Jobs talked at length about improving digital audio quality, but now his work with Apple is done
Hollywood is unlikely to go forward with anti-piracy legislation this year, Viacom's Philippe Dauman tells Dive Into Media Conference
FileSonic limits use, Uploaded.to suspends U.S. service