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Last.fm offers free streaming full-length songs on demand with the studios' blessing, while Seeqpod the music search engine gets sued.
Filtering its network for copyright infringement could expose AT&T to enormous liability. Why would the telecom be proposing to do just that?
Popular Facebook application Scrabulous faces the wrath of Hasbro over possibly infringing Scrabble's trademarks
The Romantics try an end-run around the Copyright Act by claiming a cover song sounds too much like them.
An upstart database of judicial decisions puts the public back in public domain, but it needs your help.
A new federal financial aid bill includes unprecedented copyright provisions calling on universities to curb students' filesharing.
Copyright-maximalist and fair use-protecting principles for filtering user-generated content for copyrighted material butted heads this week.
The RIAA won its first jury trial targeting P2P users for copyright infringement, but the case might not be over yet.
After unwittingly licensing his photograph to permit commercial uses, a Flickr user's photo gets remixed into a cellphone ad campaign in Australia. And, of course, sues.
As we predicted yesterday, the RIAA slaps its first tally mark in the "win" column for jury trials related to its anti-infringement efforts.
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