While the controversy over Article 11 and 13 may be put on the backburner for now, Japan is apparently considering a similar proposal.
A court in Germany has ruled that Usenet providers are liable for the activity of users. The case was brought forth by GEMA.
It’s no secret that various corporate rights holders have been filing lawsuits in Canada. Now, the movie industry is denying that they’ve done so.
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is calling for further censorship powers through the copyright reform debate.
UK digital rights organization The Open Rights Group says it has scored a victory at the Supreme Court. ISPs no longer have to bear the costs of site blocking.
Online service Soulseek is once again scrambling to find out why Paypal has cut them off. EFF Is voicing concern about the move.
Just months ago, commentators seem to be sure that NAFTA was on the verge of completion. Now, recent political rhetoric is casting doubt on that.
Just as things didn’t seem to be any worse for the lobbying efforts behind Internet censorship, Fairplay Canada is now in the midst of political controversy.
In another blow to bring censorship to Canada, the Canadian House of Commons Ethics committee recommended rejecting Internet censorship.
Canadian firm NetSweeper is finding itself at the centre of controversy. News has surfaced that it is helping other countries censor the Internet.