A recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling could have major implications for any potential file-sharing cases in the future.
While some may look at the European copyright debate as an artist vs tech debate, some voices are casting doubt on that perspective.
An MEP who voted for the copyright laws that critics say would break the Internet is now expressing shock over what he voted “yes” to.
While the vote is a major blow to Internet freedom, Cory Doctorow is saying that the war is far from over.
Some websites are having a difficult time handling the extra load of users scrambling to find alternatives to Emuparadise.
The European parliament has dealt a crushing blow to Internet freedom. They passed the copyright laws that would mandate Internet censorship and link taxes.
Creative Commons is joining in the growing chorus of people who oppose article 11 and article 13.
Spy agencies from Canada, the US, Britain, Australia, and New Zealand are demanding services include backdoors to their encryption.
After the decisive victory for the Internet, Article 11 and Article 13 are back. The copyright proposal is once again being denounced as a threat to the Internet.
Major record labels, movie studios, and major software developers continue to heavily lobby the Canadian government over copyright issues.