Anti-Piracy, Copyright & Trademark News Archives
10/11/12 Pro-Music Website Re-Launched – An Essential Global Guide to Getting Digital Music London, 11th October 2012 – Today sees the launch of the newly redesigned www.pro-music.org website – a simple information resource for anyone looking to find out more about legitimate digital music services across the world. Read more >>
1/23/12 Digital Music Goes Global in 2011 While Actions on Piracy Gain Momentum London, January 23, 2012 – The digital music business saw unprecedented global expansion in 2011, while key steps forward were taken in several markets to help tackle digital piracy. Read more >>
9/12/11 Recording Industry Welcomes EU Decision on Copyright Term Extension Brussels, September 12, 2011 – The international recording industry welcomed today’s decision by the European Union to extend the term of copyright protection offered to performers and producers from 50 to 70 years. Read more >>
5/11/10 Limewire Crushed in RIAA Infringement Lawsuit On May 11, 2010, LimeWire was found liable of copyright infringement in a decision that threatens to financially devastate the New York company behind the file-sharing application. Read more >>
Note: Older news stories and items of interest can be found in the GrayZone Quarterly Digests (published 1996-2011).