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A plucky band of cable consumers tries to sue their way to not having to pay for stuff they don't want. How will this affect your cable bill? Stay tuned.
The first ever lawsuit alleging copyright infringement for a violation of the GPL was initiated today. Will courts enforce the GPL? Stay tuned.
A company has filed suit against a number of media and hardware producers alleging that they infringed its patent in the idea of putting music in a playlist. Really!
DirecTV can't use federal satellite piracy law to stop research that involves hacking their receivers' access cards.
The DoJ Antitrust Division doesn't think net neutrality will help consumers, because we all know how competitive the telcom market is.
The First Amendment makes a cameo appearance in both copyright and national security / surveillance law this week.
Viacom sends a DMCA takedown to a YouTube user for pirating material Viacom had pirated from him first. Infringement is a two-way street.
The latest technology in the MPAA's war on movie pirates has a cold, wet nose.
Torrent search-engine Torrentspy, faced with a discovery order compelling it to begin logging its US-based users' activity, opts for the high road.
Job-seekers and retirees get their personal information compromised, reminding us all of the importance of data security breach notification laws.
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