Internet streaming services such as Netflix and YouTube are being used more, while pirating and file sharing is becoming less popular according to a new study on internet traffic.
Three brothers from Fremont have been charged with operating an illegal website that showed bootleg versions of popular TV shows and movies.
A 28-year-old San Jose man who admitted to making thousands of illegal copies of movies was sentenced to two years and three months in prison for criminal copyright infringement.
KCBS Technology Analyst Larry Magid said the move by Tor Books could have could have a significant impact in the world of e-books.
Google’s U.S. lobbying bill more than tripled to $3.76 million in the fourth quarter as the Internet search leader fought proposed changes to online piracy laws and sought to influence a wide range of other issues that could affect its fortunes.
KCBS’ Technology Analyst says Silicon Valley really flexed its muscle to influence Congress’ postponing of voting on two controversial internet piracy bills.
KCBS’ Technology Analyst reports hacktivist group Anonymous is retaliating against the Department of Justice for their shutdown of megaupload.com, with some takedowns of their own.
Opponents of anti-piracy legislation recently introduced on Capitol Hill are warning that the bill could be devastating to Internet innovation.
A 23-year-old San Jose man was arrested over the weekend on suspicion of counterfeit trademark when he was allegedly pulled over with more than 800 counterfeit DVDs of major studio releases, a Santa Clara County sheriff’s sergeant said.
Viacom Inc., a sister company of CBS, is appealing a court decision that San Bruno-based YouTube obeyed copyright laws even though the Internet video site used to show thousands of pirated clips.