Kodi Box streaming has been popular for a while now and it seems to be the subject of some lawsuits lately. Dragon Box is the latest to face one.
While there is plenty of legislative action to reverse the repeal of network neutrality, it seems that there is also some increasing muscle on the litigation front as well.
The massive Aadhaar data breach saw 1 billion people exposed to anyone willing to pay 500 rupees. Now, litigation is commencing by a human rights organization.
After the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to scrap network neutrality, government officials have already kicked off litigation in an effort to save network neutrality.
A company working on behalf of Voltage Pictures has recently litigated more alleged copyright infringers. This time, the movie they are suing fans over is the film “The Company You Keep”.
Canadian firm Dawn Riding Films Inc. has filed a lawsuit against 193 BitTorrent users who it accused of sharing the 2012 remake film Dawn Rider.
Earlier this month, a court in Maryland has granted Malibu Media’s motion “to initiate discovery to identify the John Doe Subscriber” who allegedly downloaded pornographic content on BitTorrent. What is interesting is the fact that this motion comes with strict conditions. All this really raises an age-old question, are these lawsuits against file-sharers really all […]
One of the latest copyright related lawsuits being filed in the US is currently catching a fair amount of interest. While users and developers have been the targets of litigation, it’s not often that an ISP becomes the target of such litigation.
What happens when an American ISP decides that it wants to protect their customers privacy? Apparently, it gets litigated by the Department of Justice. That’s what happened to one ISP when it questioned a National Security Letter (NSL).
A rather unusual story has surfaced recently. Apparently, a lawyer representing the producers of the motion picture, “Mary, Mother of Christ” is threatening legal action against the news site TechDirt. We took a look at what happened and couldn’t really find anything that would reflect poorly on TechDirt.