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Top Internet Law Story For 2015
As the Internet grows and develops, the law is fast on its heels — attempting to resolve difficult cases and seeking to regulate new and different online scenarios.
United States
11 Jan 2016
Police Banner 'Ads' Warn About Potentially Pirated Content
Internet ads can be annoying. At times, for example, you may be seeking to read an article or watch a video clip online, but first you have to click off an advertisement.
United States
10 Sep 2014
Hague Court Lifts Block On The Pirate Bay For 2 ISPs
A block on the website The Pirate Bay has been partially lifted by the Court of Appeal in The Hague, according to ZDNet.
United States
6 Feb 2014
Microsoft Settles Thousands Of Software Privacy Cases Worldwide
Microsoft is serious when it comes to software pirates. Indeed, it has just reported that it has reached settlements in more than 3,000 copyright infringement matters that it initiated globally in the past year alone.
United States
20 Jul 2013
LimeWire Lawsuit: The Day That Free Music and Music File Sharing Died?
LimeWire, a software application that allows for free music and music file sharing over the Internet, has suffered a recent and significant judicial defeat in at the hands of 13 major record companies. The LimeWire lawsuit indicates that record companies will not back off from fighting against free music downloads.
United States
8 Jun 2010
Pandora: The Music Genome Project Coming To You!
Fasten your seatbelts - if you love music, you absolutely must get hip to the Music Genome Project brought to you at This is the next big thing in music.
United States
20 May 2009
"Running On Empty"? - Jackson Browne Files Suit Against John McCain
Singer and songwriter Jackson Browne is not amused that his song "Running On Empty" has been used in a television commercial for John McCain and against Barack Obama.
United States
22 Aug 2008
Perspective: On The Net, They May Find Out You´re A Dog
When the Internet was becoming a widely accessed medium for communication a decade or so ago, the potentially anonymous nature of cyberspace was highlighted by a famous cartoon depicting a dog surfing the Net
United States
16 Mar 2007
Ripping DVDs May Never Be The Same Again
Just when you thought it might be safe to rip DVDs for use on your personal video player, the motion picture studios have filed a federal lawsuit in New York to put an end to such practices.
United States
30 Nov 2006
Perspective: Creative Commons--an Answer to the Copyright Debate?
Have you heard of Creative Commons? If not, you may soon. Creative Commons consists of a U.S. charitable corporation and a not-for-profit company in the United Kingdom. It believes that all-out copyright has failed to help many artists and entrepreneurs gain the exposure and widespread distribution they desire.
United States
31 Aug 2006
Perspective: And The Cyberlaw Beat Goes On
Long ago and far away, about the time that Al Gore invented the Internet, I decided that I would cover developing legal issues pertaining to the Internet. Soon thereafter, I was commissioned to write a treatise on Internet law.
United States
4 May 2006
Perspective: Sony BMG Faces the Music
Sony BMG Music Entertainment, feeling the legal heat over the copy-protection software in millions of its music CDs, last week was sued in both Texas and California.
United States
9 Dec 2005
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