A recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling could have major implications for any potential file-sharing cases in the future.
Major American movie studios are in Australian courts seeking an injunction against several fan sub websites.
A court in Germany has ruled that Usenet providers are liable for the activity of users. The case was brought forth by GEMA.
The repeal of net neutrality in the US is now heading to court. America’s Internet is hanging in the balance.
Major international trade agreements may have hit a huge snag. The European courts have ruled that corporations are not above the law.
It is looking like Spain may become the latest country to have ISPs block access to filesharing and streaming sites.
There’s been a recent court ruling surrounding filesharing. If a parent refuses to divulge which child is responsible for sharing copyrighted material, then the parents could be liable.
A judge in California has ruled that Cloudflare isn’t protected from DMCA injunctions. As a result, they may be held liable for alleged copyright infringement of websites they protect.
There’s been a big development in the battle against the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP). German judges have ruled against its key Investor State Dispute Settlement (ISDS) provisions, saying that there was no need for such a court and that regular courts were sufficient.
Malibu Media was dealt with a setback in a file-sharing lawsuit against an alleged file-sharer. It was an interesting case where the defendant said that the hard drive failed and it had to be replaced. Malibu Media claimed that this act alone constituted destruction of evidence. The court disagreed with the assessment and denied their […]