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Music stars are urging David Cameron to take urgent steps to combat web piracy when the Prime Minister stages a record industry summit on Thursday.

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Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom set to launch political party in New Zealand

The internet mogul is currently fighting attempts to extradite him to the US on copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering charges

Peter Hook, bassist of Joy Division and New Order, who has accused a sound engineer of extortion

Rare Joy Division outtakes set for release as Peter Hook accuses sound engineer of demanding money in exchange for rare tapes

Supposedly lost tapes of Unknown Pleasures have been 'looked after' Julia Adamson since the 1980s

Silk Road owner claims the site is worth '10 figures, maybe 11'

Dread Pirate Roberts, the owner of notorious black market drug marketplace, the Silk Road, has said that he wouldn’t sell his website for “less than 10 figures, maybe 11.”

The Silk Road has been described as the 'eBay of illegal drugs'

Silk Road website's secretive owners says drugs market ‘worth 10 or 11 figures’

The secretive owner of notorious online black market The Silk Road has boasted that his website is now so lucrative that he wouldn’t sell it for “less than 10 figures, maybe 11”.

The red and green Amplemä-nnchen signs began life in Communist East Germany but could be making a comeback elsewhere in the EU

Go ahead: Bring back East Germany’s little traffic light man, say researchers

Study suggests that pedestrians respond more quickly to icon of Communist era

Google patents 'pay-per-gaze' advertising system

Proposed technology would track when individuals see an advert as well as guaging their emotional response via pupil dilation

The Spanish church’s fresco was succumbing to damp, left, before its facelift

So bad it was brilliant: Botched fresco restoration answers Spanish town’s prayers with tourism boom

Monkey-faced Christ found fame online, and whole village has reaped the benefits

China resumes payment to Hollywood after tax dispute

China has agreed to resume payments owed to the U.S. film industry after the two sides resolved a tax dispute, the Motion Picture Association of America, a trade group for Hollywood studios, has confirmed.

The Wombles of Wimbledon are making their big screen debut

Wombles of Wimbledon make silver screen debut

The Wombles, the eco-friendly stars of children's TV from yesteryear, are to star in their own film.

Nice and sleazy: Amanda Seyfried as Linda Lovelace

Deep Throat porn company attempts to block Lovelace from cinematic release

The company which owns the rights to the 1972 porn film has filed a $10 million lawsuit against producers of the feature film starring Amanda Seyfried

A one per cent smartphone and tablet tax will raise about 86m euros each year

Apple vs Samsung patent dispute rumbles on as Samsung appeal ITC ruling

Presidential veto this Saturday stopped a proposed ban on iPhone imports to the US

Barack Obama's trade representative has vetoed an import ban on some Apple iPads and older iPhones

Barack Obama overrules Apple import ban

The latest decision in the patent war between Apple and Samsung has overturned the ruling that would ban imports of the iPhone 4 and iPad 2

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