Nintendo has won its lawsuit against an Australian web pirate who uploaded the Wii game New Super Mario Bros on to the internet and shared it illegally.
The newly-formed Pirate Party UK wants to see sweeping changes to Britain's copyright and patenting laws, as well as promoting freedom from excessive electronic surveillance.
German scientists have invented a new kind of anti-piracy hologram that uses explosives to imprint holograms directly onto metal surfaces.
Digital Britain Industry groups complaining that today's Digital Britain report will fail to stamp out file-sharing piracy, sets unimpressive broadband goals and is unlikely to meet its infrastructure targets.
Cnet is reporting that the ad-supported free music download website SpiralFrog has shut down, less than three years after it launched.
Quick off the mark, SecureMac has released iWorkServices trojan removal tool, a free utility created to remove the iWorkServices Trojan from infected Macintosh computers running OS X.
The Futian People's Court in Shenzhen, China, handed down sentences to 11 ringleaders of the world's largest software counterfeiting syndicate today.