Mr Newman

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The Commercial Court heard yesterday that as many as 1.3 million people here may be involved in illegally accessing the work of six film and TV studios

More than a million people who illegally stream films and TV shows from the internet face having their online access cut off or severely reduced if a(...)

Sony Pictures Television: one of six major film and TV studios taking action against nine ISPs over internet users illegal downloading films and other products. Photograph: Getty

Up to 1.3 million people living in the State may be involved in illegally accessing the work of six film and TV studios via various websites, a court (...)

The High Court has made orders requiring The Irish Times pay the legal costs of its failed bid for injunctions restraining the publishers of The Times of London. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The High Court has made orders requiring The Irish Times pay the legal costs of its failed bid for injunctions restraining the publishers of The Times(...)

On foot of legal objections by The Irish Times Ltd last week, Mr Justice Paul Gilligan granted the Irish-based newspaper permission to inform the UK publisher of its intention to apply for court orders legally blocking what The Irish Times described as ‘a very serious violation’ of its copyright.

UK publisher Times Newspapers Ltd told the High Court on Wednesday that it will not use the title “The Times Ireland” for a new online newspaper it pl(...)

Every now and then, when meeting an interviewee, one requires some identifying information to pick him or her out from the crowd. “I’ll be wearing a b(...)