RockDizMusic owner sentenced to three years in prison, Popcorn Time makes partial return and Sky Broadband customers warned of copyright letters.
Small ISP beats Rightscorp on DMCA subpoenas, Netload reemerges after injunction forced it offline and Konami accused of copyright-based censorship.
Blizzard files a lawsuit in Taiwan over similar game, Ryushare founder sentenced to jail over pornography charges and Swift is streaming again.
Some cry foul over Spotify's new lyrics feature, Mega loses its payment processor and new music to be released on Fridays under new plan.
RapidShare to close after 13-year run, Megaupload programmer pleads guilty and Fox News fails to get 9/11 photo case dismissed.
Appeals court upholds $540,000 stamp judgment, Australian ISPs have a month to reach deal with content creators and Hotfile settles with publishers.
Though cyberlocker affiliate programs took a major hit in 2012, paid piracy is coming back as new sites step up to fill the void.
Apple to face antitrust trial over FairPlay DRM, Firedrive stops working amid rumors of copyright action and Grooveshark responds to recent court loss.
Marvel and Jack Kirby estate settle their copyright termination case, Lionsgate hopes to track down Expendables leaker and Google/News Corp trade barbs.
The Authors Guild appeals the Google Book Search ruling, cyberlocker operator arrested and Universal responds to MGM over Section 6 suit.