By John Braddock, July 7, 2012
White House logs demonstrate that meetings took place between Hollywood studio executives and US Vice President Joe Biden six months before the raids on Megaupload.
By Andre Damon, May 19, 2012
Facebook, the social networking platform, made its initial public offering on Friday in the largest technology IPO in US history. High sell volume after the opening prompted the offering's underwriters to buy up stocks to shore up the price.
By Marcus Day, May 17, 2012
Over the past month, the US government has ramped up its efforts to create a legal basis for the surveillance of Internet and electronic communication.
By Johannes Stern, February 15, 2012
Last Saturday, tens of thousands took to the streets in about 60 German cities to protest against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), which threatens the Internet with increased surveillance and democratic rights in general.
By our reporters, February 7, 2012
An interview with Julia O’Dwyer, whose son Richard, a 23-year-old computer science student at Sheffield Hallam University, faces extradition to the US on copyright infringement charges.
By John Braddock, January 24, 2012
As part of a global campaign by the US government, the Megaupload associates face extradition proceedings on copyright charges.
By Patrick Zimmerman, January 20, 2012
Operating at the behest of the major media conglomerates, the US government moved against one of the most popular file-sharing Internet sites, seizing millions of dollars in assets and arresting four people.
By Andre Damon, January 19, 2012
Millions of people signed online petitions Wednesday against internet censorship bills being discussed in the US Congress.
By Andre Damon, January 18, 2012
Wikipedia, the free online encyclopedia, and other sites are shutting down for 24 hours today to protest internet censorship bills currently being considered by the US Congress.
By Mike Ingram, December 28, 2011
Two bills aimed at establishing a legal framework for government and corporate censorship of the Internet are expected to be discussed in January when Congress returns from its winter break.
By Patrick Zimmerman, August 5, 2011
Aaron Swartz, a researcher at Harvard is being pursued by government authorities for alleged wire fraud.
By James Brewer, July 13, 2011
The formation of a consortium of the big media companies and ISPs working together to enforce a new “copyright alert system” was announced last week.