Copyright infringement

  1. KaZaA Premises In Australia Raided

    February 06, 2004 12:00 AM EST The Australian record industry's watchdog Music Industry Piracy Investigations (MIPI) seized documents and electronic records during raids today (Feb. 6) at the Sydney offices of file-swapping service The Australian record industry's wat ...

  2. Update: Court Hears File-Sharing Case Arguments

    February 03, 2004 12:00 AM EST The question of whether peer-to-peer file-sharing company Grokster is liable for copyright infringement may not be legally resolved for months. The question of whether peer-to-peer file-sharing company Grokster is liable for copyright infringement ...

  3. BPI Poised To Sue Downloaders

    January 14, 2004 12:00 AM EST The British music industry will consider suing individuals who illegally distribute music online, BPI director general Andrew Yeates told a parliamentary advisory forum in London on Tuesday. The British music industry will consider suing individua ...

  4. BPI Poised To Sue Downloaders

    January 14, 2004 12:00 AM EST The British music industry will consider suing individuals who illegally distribute music online, BPI director general Andrew Yeates told a parliamentary advisory forum in London on Tuesday. The British music industry will consider suing individua ...

  5. BPI Poised To Sue Downloaders

    January 14, 2004 12:00 AM EST The British music industry will consider suing individuals who illegally distribute music online, BPI director general Andrew Yeates told a parliamentary advisory forum in London on Tuesday. The British music industry will consider suing individua ...

  6. IFPI Hits Russian CD Plant With Counterfeiting Claims

    December 23, 2003 12:00 AM EST In the latest crackdown on music piracy in Russia, the IFPI has begun civil proceedings for the first time against an optical disc plant in the country. In the latest crackdown on music piracy in Russia, the IFPI has begun civil proceedings for th ...

  7. IFPI Hits Russian CD Plant With Counterfeiting Claims

    December 23, 2003 12:00 AM EST In the latest crackdown on music piracy in Russia, the IFPI has begun civil proceedings for the first time against an optical disc plant in the country. In the latest crackdown on music piracy in Russia, the IFPI has begun civil proceedings for th ...

  8. RIAA: Suits Will Continue Despite Verizon Court Win

    December 22, 2003 12:00 AM EST The RIAA expressed disappointment Friday after a federal appeals court ruled that the trade group has no authority to compel Internet service providers to turn over the identities of subscribers who u The RIAA expressed disappointment Friday after ...

  9. Appeals Court Ruling Nixes RIAA Subpoena Rights

    December 19, 2003 12:00 AM EST A federal appeals court ruled today that the RIAA has no authority to compel Internet service providers to turn over the identities of their subscribers who use peer-to-peer file-sharing services and A federal appeals court ruled today that the RI ...

  10. Taiwanese P2P Service Charged In Copyright Case

    December 10, 2003 12:00 AM EST Public prosecutors in Taiwan have filed criminal charges against Kuro, which is understood to be the country's largest peer-to-peer file-trading service. Kuro's managers--chairman Chen Shou-teng, CEO Public prosecutors in Taiwan have fil ...

  11. Taiwanese P2P Service Charged In Copyright Case

    December 10, 2003 12:00 AM EST Public prosecutors in Taiwan have filed criminal charges against Kuro, which is understood to be the country's largest peer-to-peer file-trading service. Kuro's managers--chairman Chen Shou-teng, CEO Public prosecutors in Taiwan have fil ...

  12. Taiwanese P2P Service Charged In Copyright Case

    December 10, 2003 12:00 AM EST Public prosecutors in Taiwan have filed criminal charges against Kuro, which is understood to be the country's largest peer-to-peer file-trading service. Kuro's managers--chairman Chen Shou-teng, CEO Public prosecutors in Taiwan have fil ...

  13. Taiwanese P2P Service Charged In Copyright Case

    December 10, 2003 12:00 AM EST Public prosecutors in Taiwan have filed criminal charges against Kuro, which is understood to be the country's largest peer-to-peer file-trading service. Kuro's managers--chairman Chen Shou-teng, CEO Public prosecutors in Taiwan have fil ...

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