The BPI has announced the appointment of Tim Cooper to the new role of head of content protection.
The BPI and sister organisation the Recording Industry Association of America have reportedly issued Google with their 200 millionth takedown notice.
Internet giant Google received in excess of 345 million requests to remove alleged ‘pirate’ links from its search engine results in 2014, according to reports.
Search engine giant Google has unveiled new measures to curb online piracy and access to copyright infringing content.
The BPI has reached a new milestone after sending Google its 100 millionth take down notice against allegedly infringing websites, a new report has revealed.
Google is testing ‘Listen Now’ advertisements with Spotify, Beats Music and Rhapsody, which appear when people use its search engine to seek out music content.
YouTube has decided to delay blocking video content from indie labels unwilling to agree to new licensing terms, a news report has claimed.
Cutting ad revenue for illegal websites will play a key role in reducing piracy, says MP and intellectual property (IP) advisor Mike Weatherley.
Google should take a leading role to tackle online piracy, Mike Weatherley, MP and Intellectual Property adviser, has said in a new report.
The stability of the UK’s copyright framework is to thank for the music industry’s return to growth in 2013, the BPI’s chief executive has said.