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Black day for file-sharing sites

Black day for file-sharing sites

Filesoup founder arrested.
Aug 6 2009 7:02AM
Pirate Bay's IPREDator not a place to hide

Pirate Bay's IPREDator not a place to hide

Anonymity service far from bulletproof.
Aug 4 2009 11:29AM
Pirate Bay foundering under heavy fire

Pirate Bay foundering under heavy fire

Lawsuits, court case and sale on the rocks.
Aug 3 2009 1:59PM
Film studios seek to sink Pirate Bay for good

Film studios seek to sink Pirate Bay for good

Industry files court action.
Jul 30 2009 6:51AM
Pirate Bay's anonymity service enters beta testing

Pirate Bay's anonymity service enters beta testing

Filters powerless against IPREDator.
Jul 23 2009 10:31AM
Pirate Bay sold to Swedish software firm

Pirate Bay sold to Swedish software firm

Site to go legit.
Jul 1 2009 6:28AM
Pirate Bay continues to battle copyright laws

Pirate Bay continues to battle copyright laws

Launches video streaming service.
Jun 30 2009 6:37AM
Pirate Party on course for election triumph

Pirate Party on course for election triumph

The Pirate Party, a Swedish political party set up to promote internet piracy and reform copyright laws, is set to win several seats in the European parliament, according to reports.
May 25 2009 6:10AM
Studios push for more money in Pirate Bay case

Studios push for more money in Pirate Bay case

Several film studios are lobbying Swedish courts to increase the cash penalty award in the Pirate Bay case.
May 23 2009 8:00AM
Pirate Bay lobs new appeal for retrial

Pirate Bay lobs new appeal for retrial

The administrators of the controversial Pirate Bay website are filing new appeals to their April convictions of providing copyrighted content on the web.
May 12 2009 1:14PM
Google and Pirate Bay share Friday good news

Google and Pirate Bay share Friday good news

Both Google and the Pirate Bay have achieved slight victories over their legal opponents overnight.
Apr 24 2009 6:29AM
Pirate Bay operators facing jail as trial closes

Pirate Bay operators facing jail as trial closes

The founders and operators of The Pirate Bay have been found guilty by a Swedish court of helping to make copyrighted content available on the web.
Apr 18 2009 8:10AM
Pirate Bay trial comes to an end

Pirate Bay trial comes to an end

The Pirate Bay trial, in which four Swedish men were accused of copyright theft, has come to an end.
Mar 6 2009 12:15AM
Prosecutor demands prison for Pirate Bay operators

Prosecutor demands prison for Pirate Bay operators

Prosecutors in the Pirate Bay trial have finished their closing arguments and requested jail terms of a year apiece for the four men running the torrent search site.
Mar 3 2009 1:21PM
Pirate Bay 'not directly linked' to industry damage

Pirate Bay 'not directly linked' to industry damage

Lawyers acting for BitTorrent tracker The Pirate Bay have argued that there is no connection between illicit downloads and lost sales in the music industry.
Feb 27 2009 6:04AM
IFPI sites hacked by Pirate Bay supporters

IFPI sites hacked by Pirate Bay supporters

Hackers have attacked web sites belonging to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) to show their support for The Pirate Bay, which is standing trial in Sweden over piracy allegations.
Feb 20 2009 10:00AM
IFPI sites hacked by Pirate Bay supporters

IFPI sites hacked by Pirate Bay supporters

Hackers have attacked web sites belonging to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) to show their support for The Pirate Bay, which is standing trial in Sweden over piracy allegations.
Feb 20 2009 6:44AM
Pirate Bay trial descends into farce

Pirate Bay trial descends into farce

BitTorrent tracker site The Pirate Bay will no longer face a charge of copying copyrighted works.
Feb 18 2009 10:12AM
Pirate Bay trial descends into farce

Pirate Bay trial descends into farce

BitTorrent tracker site The Pirate Bay will no longer face a charge of copying copyrighted works.
Feb 18 2009 6:52AM
Pirate Bay employees go on trial over copyright law charges

Pirate Bay employees go on trial over copyright law charges

Four men have gone on trial in Sweden for breaking copyright law, in a case that could have wider implications for the industry.
Feb 17 2009 11:19AM

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