Court orders Kim Dotcom to be extradited to the U.S., man who sued over Kung Fu Panda charged with fraud and Pandora settles with ASCAP and BMI.
Break.com is sued over copyright infringement, Kim Dotcom appeals to get his money back and Sony wins fight against Beatles documentary.
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.
Lionsgate names the Does in the Expendables 3 lawsuit, Cox responds to music publishers and Kim Dotcom launches MegaChat.
CBS threatens to go over the top if Aereo wins, Popcorn Time pulled down from Mega and Tim Berners-Lee makes a call for Web freedom.
With the recent 60 Minutes feature on Kim Dotcom, it's time to rethink the man behind Megaupload and where he stands today.
Italian court orders more BitTorrent sites to be blocked, Polish filmmakers win big over cable provider and Mega says it's not a haven for infringement.
Mega releases first mobile app, Snapchat isn't as secure as some think and Queen homage statue remove from Norwich street.
Megaupload founder threatens legal action against Leaseweb over data erasure, EU to put copyright levies on printers and DOMA ruling may impact copyright law.
Mega shutters a file search engine, Valve sued in Germany over used games and CES drops CNET over Hopper controversy.