Kim Dotcom is in a giving mood as he says Mega, launching Saturday, is like time travel.
The Premier League has announced that it had to put an end to thousands of illegal web streams of its matches last year.
Consumer magazine Which? Computer says it has received complaints from a number of people who claim they have been falsely targeted by a law firm going after illegal file sharers.
The government has been given a deadline to decide whether Phorm's Webwise is actually breaking any European data privacy laws.
ExclusiveA leading analyst believes that the primary upshot of the BPI's letter-sending will be to cut file sharing amongst children as a result of making their parents aware, while a legal expert we've spoken to believes that ISPs should get at least some of the blame.
ExclusiveO2-owned ISP Be has spoke to TechRadar of its support for today’s announcement of anti-piracy measures by the BPI – but warned that it won’t be giving out user information lightly.