BRUSSELS - EU lawmakers and governments agreed on new rights for Internet users Thursday, aiming to protect them from arbitrary crackdowns on those who illegally download music and movies on the Internet.
SEATTLE - Personal computers are changing - and not just because of the recent launch of Windows 7.
LONDON - The British government said Wednesday that it would block persistent illegal file sharers' Internet connections by forcing service providers to pull the plug on lawbreakers.
BEIJING - China said Thursday it might appeal a major World Trade Organization ruling that told Beijing to ease restrictions on imported movies, music and books in its latest trade dispute with Washington.
The media moguls attending an annual powwow staged by investment bank Allen & Co.