Meet the E-Waste Recycler Jailed for a Year for Infringing Microsoft's Copyright
Eric Lundgren spent a year in prison for selling counterfeit Windows restore discs, now he’s home and ready to keep saving the planet.
Libraries and Archivists Are Scanning and Uploading Books That Are Secretly in the Public Domain
Millions of books are secretly in the public domain thanks to a copyright loophole, a new project seeks to put them on the Internet Archive.
Apple’s Lawsuit Against a Startup Shows How It Wants to Control the iPhone Hacking Market
Apple sued Corellium, a company that makes virtual copies of iOS for researchers to practice hacking the iPhone on.
A Secret Server for the Dead MMO 'City of Heroes' Has Players in an Uproar
When copyright law prevented the devoted 'City of Heroes' community from playing its favorite game, the community created its own solution, and a lot of drama.
Reddit’s Piracy Subreddit Is Purging a Decade of Posts
The /r/piracy subreddit is deleting all posts older than six months after allegedly being alerted to an overwhelming amount of copyright complaints.