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Edward Snowden inspired anonymity software, OnionShare, launches

A recently released open-source software, created in response to the controversy surrounding Edward Snowden's release of classified NSA documents, claims to allow users to securely send large files over the internet with complete anonymity.

Review: The Pirate Bay is in choppy waters AFK Special

‘TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard’ is a behind-the-scenes look at the controversial court case that explores the issues a new generation of media consumers and questions how governments should deal with copyright in the Internet age.

Rihanna is the world’s most illegally downloaded artist

A survey by Musicmetric indicates that the artist Rihanna is the world’s most illegally downloaded music artist. The country recording the most illegal downloads is the U.S., followed by the UK.

Op-Ed: iTunes vs. consumers? Who owns what when you buy a download?

Sydney - Bruce Willis is looking at legal action against Apple over a dispute regarding his digital music collection. Under the terms of the iTunes license, purchases are “borrowed”.

Op-Ed: Abusing the law? $675,000 payout order for sharing 30 songs

Sydney - The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has done it again. A Boston student, Joel Tenenbaum, has been ordered to pay this huge amount of money for sharing a small number of songs. The law is being abused, badly and inexcusably.

15,600 members of U.S. Military had accounts with megaupload.com

In an interesting turn of events on the Kim Dotcom-MegaUpload case, it seems that many U.S. military and other government personnel had accounts with that website.

Sweden Recognizes File-Sharing as an Official Religion

The Church of Kopimism, whose central tenet is the right to file-share received official recognition in Sweden as a religious organization.

Dropbox, file sharing service, accused of lying to users

A Ph.D. student has filed a complaint against the file sharing service Dropbox, alleging that they lied to their customers and put their information at risk.

The Pirate Bay executives receive shortened jail terms

Stockholm - The prison terms of the two founders and a financier of controversial torrenting website The Pirate Bay were officially shortened on Friday in a Swedish appeals court.

Music-sharing site LimeWire shuts down

File-sharing company LimeWire was shut down after a US federal judge issued an injunction against the company on October 26.

RIAA on suing file-sharers, appealing Tenenbaum ruling Special

A representative from the Recording Industry Association of America spoke to DigitalJournal.com about scaling back its lawsuits targeting Americans who download copyrighted movies or music. Also, will the RIAA appeal a judge's recent surprising decision?

Virgin Media launching file sharing monitor tool in UK

Virgin Media, one of the leading broadband provider in UK, announced introduction of monitoring its customers online activity using the deep packet inspection technology.

Consider another crime before file-sharing

Hefty fines have been handed to people who download music using file sharing programs. Does the punishment fit the crime?

The Pirate Bay launches VPN

The owners of world's largest file-sharing community have launched a new VPN service, which aims to protect the identity of file-sharers around the world.

Op-Ed: New RIAA policy finally targets real illegal music file sharing

The RIAA has come up with a way of dealing with file sharing, opting for an approach called throttling, which restricts user access. It's possible this might work, mainly because for once it's targeting the right people.

Music File-Sharing Lawsuits To End

Effectively ending what some proclaimed to be unjust and time-wasting, the RIAA has finally decided to stop seeking lawsuits against music file sharers.

Op-Ed: Copyright law for idiots - You can get sued for not sharing files

A couple in Scotland were accused by Atari of file sharing and playing a game they’ve never heard of, let alone played. It’s all part of a fun new thing where someone can use your computer’s ID on lists of downloads and get you charged.

RIAA May Have to Talk to the Supreme Court

"This case is about the ability of an innocent defendant accused of copyright infringement to defend himself in court, litigate his defenses, and, if successful, recover his attorney's fees."

Dangerous Precedent Set if UK Internet Providers Forced to Police the Net?

Music and movie industries will love it, Internet service providers hate it, and consumers might need to be worried: Britain is set to impose legislation to force Internet providers to curb illegal downloading. Is this setting a dangerous precedent?

Bush Administration Wants Judge to Uphold $222,000 Penalty Against Music Pirate

The Department of Justice is defending its $222,000 damage award in a music copyright infringement case that saw Jammie Thomas become the first music pirate in the U.S. to go before a jury. The feds say the penalty is constitutional.

Document Shows Anti-Piracy Companies Gather 'Forensic-Quality' Evidence

Documents obtained by file-sharing site TorrentFreak show details of the anti-piracy company's techniques for identifying alleged file-sharers and the gathering of claimed 'forensic quality' evidence for use in court cases."

CNN segment on video sharing sites

Anything goes these dayss in the video file sharing arena as people compete to have the best video and the bigger audience.

AllPeers File Sharing Adds Chat: Becomes Relevant Again

Allpeers, file sharing network, adds Chat to the service.

zune to zune sharing

Video of cool feature on the Zune.

Michael Moore disagreeing with copyright laws.

He certainly has his opinions on things and in this video he lets you know what they are on the subject of File Sharing...

Free 6000MB Online Storage 130GB Bandwidth

UploadingIT gives you a private and secure place to upload, store, access, and share your personal videos, photos, movies, music, and files.

Limewire to filter out Adobe Products

This move is part of a “continuing effort to work with the software industry."

File Sharing hits cell phones

A free file-sharing app that allows sharing of ringtones, games, videos and etc.

RIAA sues multiple sclerosis Mum

RaeJ Schwartz is a mother in Queen's, New York, who's been seriously disabled by multiple sclerosis, a chronic, crippling disease of the central nervous system.

Universal Music Sues Video Sites

Someone wake me when the "Sky is Really Falling", I cried "Wolf" but they failed to listen...
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