filesharing

 
LimeWire: Will users turn to legal alternatives?
LimeWire: Will users turn to legal alternatives?
Following the death of notorious filesharing service LimeWire, killed by the United States courts after a four-year legal battle against the...
Recorded music sales fall by 10%
Recorded music sales fall by 10%
Global recorded music sales fell by about 10% in 2009, and are down a huge 30% since 2004, after rampant piracy ate in to traditional and legitimate digital sales, the industry's trade body said....
Streaming will never stop downloading
Streaming will never stop downloading
Someone convinced the record and movie and TV industries that there is way of letting someone listen to audio or watch video over the internet...
Digital divide over filesharing plans
Digital divide over filesharing plans
The British government's planned crackdown on unlawful online filesharing has been attacked by privacy campaigners and internet service providers...
Seventy percent oppose ban for UK filesharers
Seventy percent oppose ban for UK filesharers
Plans to force internet service providers (ISPs) to disconnect suspected illegal downloaders have been roundly rejected in a new YouGov poll, the...
Anti-piracy campaign aims to win over 'Generation Y-pay'
Anti-piracy campaign aims to win over 'Generation Y-pay'
After decades of heavy-handed messages warning that watching pirated films and TV shows is a criminal offence, a new anti-piracy campaign aims to...
Internet age re-inventing the music business
Internet age re-inventing the music business
Music and internet worlds merged on Friday on San Francisco's posh Nob Hill as insiders brainstormed about industry rocking Web 2.0 trends from...
Music industry may seek 'all you can eat' downloads
Music industry may seek 'all you can eat' downloads
Things have moved on a little since the days when the greatest threat to the music industry was teenagers furtively slipping blank tapes into...
French anti-filesharing law overturned
French anti-filesharing law overturned
The French judiciary has ridden to the rescue of the country's web users, striking down a controversial new law which would have allowed the state...
Illegal downloaders are getting bolder
Illegal downloaders are getting bolder
Sending warning letters to people who download illegally copied music, TV shows and films from the internet will do little to stop them, according...
Swedish internet use plummets after filesharing curb
Swedish internet use plummets after filesharing curb
Internet traffic in Sweden -- previously a hotbed of illicit filesharing -- has fallen dramatically following the introduction of a law banning...
Sarkozy moves to punish illegal downloaders
Sarkozy moves to punish illegal downloaders
The French government has been accused of "Big Brother" tactics over an anti-piracy Bill which aims to punish people who repeatedly illegally...

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