LimeWire has finally agreed to pay $105 million for promoting illegal filesharing after a protracted five-year legal battle with record execs.
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.
In the wake of the recent Limewire shutdown, many torrent fans are left wondering, what's next?
If LimeWire - recently shut down for encouraging illegal downloads - is to be believed, it may be issuing a few copyright letters of its own.
A clandestine team of digital partisans has successfully rescued the LimeWire file-sharing client from greedy Hollywood fascists.
File-sharing site LimeWire has finally thrown in the towel and has closed down, following a ruling from a New York judge.
Following last month's ruling that LimeWire was guilty of copyright infringement, a group of eight music publishers has sued the file-sharing service.
A US District Court has ruled that file-sharing software supplier LimeWire has been inducing copyright infringement, in a decision that could see the end of the company.