Search engine companies may be compelled by government to implement an "anti-piracy code"
Federation Against Software Theft to impose retrospective penalties on corporate software pirates
Advertising network Tiger Media also under fire from adult entertainment company ALS Scan
International moves afoot to compel operating system suppliers to stamp out software piracy on users' PCs
Media giant claims technology for early detection and tracking of pirated file shares
Callum Haywood charged with fraud and 'conversion of criminal property'
EU digital commissioner plans for 'ancillary copyright' laws will extend copyright to web links
'Mother's Mercy' becomes the most pirated TV show ever in just hours
Web firm responds to Rupert Murdoch's open letter with a blog post
Illegally downloading games and films? Expect an email from your ISP soon
Culture, Media and Sport Committee says web giant needs to do more to curb illegal films and music
Counterfeit software is a cash cow for organised criminals, warns Microsoft
Filesharing site will use encryption to keep users' identity secure
Canadian-EU trade deal revealed to include rejected ACTA legislation in all but name
Much-criticised Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement thrown out by MEPs
ISPs wouldn't be liable for illegal website that uses proxy servers, says lawyer
Latest twist in the tale of ACTA
Commissioners refer the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement to Europe's top court
Website owners 'encourage' infringement, says judge
...but blocking access to websites suspected of infringing copyright should not be one of them
Cyberlocker takes precautionary measure after rival is shut down
But hackers attack US goverment sites and copyright holders in retaliation
24-hour blackout to protect users' "free expression"