The latest news on copyright
Over the last four months, Congress has downloaded everything from CSI to The Smurfs.
Some people are scared over a new bill aimed at stopping piracy on the Internet. Should they be?
The world’s largest file-pirating site will host servers aboard unmanned aircraft drones, out of law enforcement’s reach.
Google's tiff with Warner Music shows its commitment to free speech is only a marketing ploy.
When should the law be enforced to its full extent?
The file sharing wars must end, law professor Lawrence Lessig writes.
Protecting rights holders vs. criminalizing a generation.
File sharing is Theft and Should be Stopped, the Copyright Alliance Patrick Ross writes.
The move signals a significant shift in the music industry's deterrent strategy.
Colleges would collect a fee, allowing students to download music without fear of litigation.