• News tagged "copyright infringement"

Friday, 22 Jan 2016

Google paid US$1 billion to keep Search Bar on Apple iPhones

Google paid US$1 billion to keep Search Bar on Apple iPhones

Google’s court proceedings reveal more details about their money matters, with the latest snippet about how Apple benefits from Google’s search tool.

Thursday, 14 Jan 2016

US Customs seized US$35,000 worth of fake Fitbits

US Customs seized US$35,000 worth of fake Fitbits

It seems that even fitness trackers aren't safe from being pirated.

Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012

The Pirate Bay Under Siege

The Pirate Bay Under Siege

The Pirate Bay is under siege. A court ruling in the UK has judged that the website is guilty of committing copyright infringement, which has sent copyright holders on the offensive as they try to shut the site down.

Thursday, 8 Sep 2011

The Battle Against File Sharers Continues

The Battle Against File Sharers Continues

New Zealand's new laws trying to clamp down on file sharing and P2P seem to have the undesired effect of spooking web users to completely stop all online activities as ISPs report downturns in traffic.

Thursday, 24 Jun 2010

Google Wins Viacom Copyright  Infringement Suit

Google Wins Viacom Copyright Infringement Suit

In a ruling that will reassure online content providers and web hosts alike, a U.S court has ruled that Viacom has no case in its billion dollar copyright infringement suit against Google's YouTube.

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