A year to the day after the raid on his New Zealand house, Kim Dotcom has launched his new file sharing site, Mega.
File-sharing fat boy Kim Dotcom has unveiled a new service, Mega, the successor to the Megaupload service that's got him in so much trouble.
Anyone foolhardy enough to download content from file-sharing service BitTorrent is likely to find their activity's being monitored within hours.
Surfing the internet randomly and using file-sharing programs may be a sign of depression, say researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology.
The legal saga surrounding the file sharing and storage website MegaUpload.com is obviously far from over, as hearings to extradite Kim Dotcom to the States for trial won't kick off until the summer.
FileSonic - one of the net's highest-profile digital locker services - has abruptly halted its file sharing service.
With public outcry over the proposed Stop Online Piracy Act at its height, the Department of Justice has shut down file-sharing site Megaupload, describing it as an 'international organized criminal enterprise'.
They're tolerant folk in Sweden - and if you want proof, here comes the news that file sharing is now an official religion there.
Since last October, French lawmakers have been gunning for illegal file-sharers in a three-strike system under the auspices of "Hadopi" anti-piracy legislation.
LimeWire has finally agreed to pay $105 million for promoting illegal filesharing after a protracted five-year legal battle with record execs.
A tiny group of users is responsible for the great majority of BitTorrent activity, according to Spanish researchers.
The latest iteration of the cross-platform Tribler BitTorrent client offers a "revolutionary decentralized" approach to file sharing.
Most illegal file sharers see themselves as the 'Robin Hoods of the digital age', new research shows.
A huge file-sharing legal case has been slashed in size, with over 4,400 defendants being let off the hook.
Just weeks after closing down its file-sharing site after a four-year legal battle, Limewire has announced that it is shutting its legal online store too.
Google's aiming to pick out searches for illegal content as part of a crack-down on copyright infringement.
If LimeWire - recently shut down for encouraging illegal downloads - is to be believed, it may be issuing a few copyright letters of its own.
Minnesota woman Jammie Thomas-Rassett has been ordered by yet another court to pay the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) for illegally downloading songs, this time being told she must stump up $1.5 million.
File-sharing site LimeWire has finally thrown in the towel and has closed down, following a ruling from a New York judge.
Bad news arrives for fans of big Brazilian bottoms.