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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.
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.
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!
Torrent search-engine Torrentspy, faced with a discovery order compelling it to begin logging its US-based users' activity, opts for the high road.
An RIAA defendant challenges the grounds on which the RIAA's P2P-lawsuit campaign is premised: does "making available" equal distributing?
Can selling advertising targeted at search terms be trademark infringement? Well, no, but that won't stop American Airlines from trying.
One fake person sues another fake person over a nonexistent object. You can find a way to get anything into court.
Linking policies are the stupidest thing Dave Murphy has ever seen. It's 2007 -- why the heck are these things still on the Web?
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