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30 Jan 2012
A barrister has been struck off and fined after failing to disclose that he was the owner of copyright-infringing website which he represented during trial and for posting abusive Twitter messages.
27 Jan 2012
Internet search engines that operate in the UK could stop publishing links to websites that are deemed to be substantially infringing copyright under plans proposed by groups representing rights holders.
24 Jan 2012
Copyright and privacy law do not prevent the BBC from publishing images of a murdered child, a Scottish criminal appeals court has ruled.
New EU anti-piracy laws will provide content creators with "solid legal certainty" when developing new ways for consumers to legitimately access their works, an EU Commissioner working on the legislation has said.
20 Jan 2012
US constitutional provisions do not prevent law makers in the country from providing copyright protection to works that were previously freely available for use in the public domain, the US Supreme Court has ruled.
19 Jan 2012
Photographs that are digitally manipulated using imaging software can be original enough to qualify for copyright protection, the Patents County Court has ruled.
18 Jan 2012
Internet users will not have access to the English-language version of Wikipedia today after the operators decided to participate in a "blackout" protest against proposed new anti-piracy laws in the US.
17 Jan 2012
The Government should implement anti-piracy measures contained in the Digital Economy Act (DEA) "as quickly as possible", an independent panel appointed to review the future of the UK film industry has said.
16 Jan 2012
A UK student should be extradited to the US in order to face charges that he breached the country's copyright laws, a judge has ruled.
Record company EMI has launched legal action against the Irish Government after expressing concern about the prospective contents of new anti-piracy laws.