It’s the end of 2008 as we know it, but what will 2009 bring? We look at the past for clues into the future.
It may be another way to prove the futility of an internet blacklist mandated by the government.
Britain and the United States next in line to filter the internet while saying the internet is nothing more than a broadcaster?
Two major websites are currently under the legal gun for allegedly assisting copyright infringement.
ACTA negotiations will continue it’s usual secrecy into 2009 after wrapping up in Paris. Reportedly, they will continue negotiations in Morocco.
There is a growing trend to define the internet as little more than a “broadcaster”, but isn’t it a bad thing to start considering the internet little more than just another TV station?
It seems that the French government wants to treat the internet like a broadcaster and tax it accordingly.
The administrator of OiNK, the once popular private BitTorrent website, as well as five others, have appeared before court recently. No plea has been entered by Ellis.
There’s always the passing thought of getting raided for uploading copyrighted works, but over a viral video originally on YouTube?
In a move that sent shock waves around the internet, Culture secretary Andy Burnham announced that he supports extending the UK copyright term from 50 to 70 years.