New copyright law spurs three-year Google deal with French national and local news publishers over online content reuse, but some…
Twitter continues to challenge tweets from US President Donald Trump, with takedown of tweet due to image copyright complaint
Regulatory pressure payout? Search engine confirms it will pay some news publishers in certain countries to license news content
Publishers say Audible's Captions feature, set to debut next month, violates copyright law by converting audiobooks to text
EU member states, including the UK, adopt sweeping copyright changes intended to adjust rules for the digital age
The vote brings in sweeping reforms intended to ensure publishers and content creators are compensated for material used online, but…
Reprieve for memes? EU efforts to reform copyright rules hit a delay after key meeting is called off
'A good sign for the creative industries in Europe', say those in favour, while opponents call the outcome 'catastrophic'
Reprieve for memes, as MEPs reject copyright bill in its current format. But the fight isn't over just yet
But critics argue it will change the face of the Internet as we know it, and herald the end of…
The two companies' chief executives met for six hours, but failed to resolve their differences over Java's use in Android
Europe unveils its plan to tackle American domination of the digital world, but will it work?
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg found guilty by Danish court in that country's biggest hacking case to date
BBC tells Australian government that ISPs should monitor for suspicious activity