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RIAA Sues LimeWire For Trillions, Judge Finds Claim 'Absurd'
2012-05-25 10:09:08

More than 18 months after a federal judge ordered LimeWire to disable its filesharing service, RIAA has reportedly filed an astounding $72 trillion lawsuit against the now defunct peer-to-peer filesharing company.

As ISPs Prepare to Police Web Piracy, Questions of Efficacy and Motive Remain
2012-03-17 05:15:53

Depending on whether or not you use peer-to-peer networks for file sharing, you may or may not remember a brief battery of blogosphere fireworks last summer after a handful of major internet service providers announced that they had reached an agreement with the Motion Picture Association of America and the Recording Industry Association of America.

2011-07-30 00:01:05

The Copyright Law Group, based in Fairfax, Virginia, assists those who are implicated in copyright infringement.

2008-08-04 21:00:17

By Erik Larson; Tom Wilkowske

2005-11-10 17:58:49

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People who attempt to copy music or movies without permission could face jail time under legislation proposed by the U.S. Justice Department on Thursday. The bill, outlined by U.S.

2005-11-07 15:10:00

File-sharing service Grokster will stop distributing software that allows users to copy songs without permission as part of a settlement with the recording industry, an industry group said on Monday.

2005-09-29 20:06:54

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A trade group representing the U.S. music industry said on Thursday it filed lawsuits against 757 people it claims used online file-sharing networks to illegally trade in copyrighted songs.

2005-06-28 00:18:32

By Bob Tourtellotte LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Hollywood studios and musiccompanies hailed a ruling by the U.S Supreme Court on Mondaybacking their position in a landmark copyright case, saying itcould spur the development of the Internet as a commercialplatform for distribuing movies and songs.


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