Comcast is fighting subpoenas demanding that it identify 88 of its high-speed Internet subscribers who have been accused of downloading porn through file-sharing service BitTorrent.
Startup online video service provider Aereo saw one of the claims brought against it by a group of broadcasters dismissed on Monday by a federal judge, but the company is not yet out of the woods.
Media companies and ISPs have established the Center for Copyright Information to combat online piracy, and have named an executive director, along with several advisory board members as the
Pirates, beware. Media companies and ISPs looking to put a stop--or at least significantly put a crimp into--piracy of movie and music content, this week established the infrastructure of the Center
Aereo has hired David Hosp, a copyright attorney who helped Cablevision ( NYSE: CVC ) win its landmark network DVR lawsuit, to wage a court fight with broadcasters attempting to shut down its platform
Viacom is hoping to resurrect its copyright infringement lawsuit against YouTube, launching an appeal in a New York federal court that seeks to overturn a 2010 district court ruling that sided with
Click here to return to Part 1 three judges review our appeal, and we are right on the law. We'd rather take our chances in the judiciary than trying to lobby against the NAB's budget in Congress and
Startup online cable operator ivi TV, which retransmits broadcasters signals over the Internet, is continuing its battle to overturn an injunction that temporarily--it hopes--shut them down. In a
A federal judge in New York has granted a preliminary injunction against ivi TV, the online service sued by a group of broadcasters and content providers for streaming television broadcast signals
A study commissioned by NBC Universal--before it became NBCUniversal--has found that almost one quarter of all global Internet traffic infringes on copyrights. And this excludes pornography, the