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Study: Internet Piracy Is 'Tenacious and Persistent' Voluntary efforts have yet to reverse the trend

Despite the best efforts of Internet service providers, advertisers and ad networks to stop copyright infringement on the Internet, piracy is still a runaway train. In January 2013, 432 million unique…

September 17, 2013, 3:15 PM EDT

White House Copyright Czar Steps Down Victoria Espinel encouraged public-private partnerships to stop piracy

Victoria Espinel, the nation's first copyright czar, stepped down from her role four years after she was confirmed as the U.S. intellectual property enforcement coordinator. Her last day was Friday. Until…

August 13, 2013, 8:58 AM EDT

White House Pushes More Voluntary Actions to Protect IP Enforcement czar reaches out to private sector for help

The White House intends to reach out to search engines, data storage services, and domain-name registrars to adopt a set of best practices for protecting U.S. intellectual property. The action item…

June 20, 2013, 6:26 PM EDT

Consumers Could Start Receiving Anti-Piracy Notices This Week Persistent offenders could face slower Internet service

Consumers that illegally download movies, music or TV shows could start receiving warning notices from Internet service providers this week. Persistent downloaders might even see slower Internet connections. Beginning Monday, five…

February 25, 2013, 11:23 AM EST

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