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  1. Eu Moves Forward With Piracy Initiative

    May 03, 2004 12:00 AM EDT BRUSSELS--The European Commission last Monday formally adopted the European Union's Enforcement Directive, which provides a legal framework against piracy and counterfeiting. <br clear="none"/><br cle Olsen Twins Sue Acclai ...

  2. Berlusconi Slammed For Undue Media Control

    April 26, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Italian prime minister and media mogul Silvio Berlusconi was censured by the European Parliament last Thursday for maintaining undue control over Italian broadcasting despite pledging three years ago BRUSSELS--Italian prime minister and media mogu ...

  3. Crow Flies for United Air, Sony

    April 26, 2004 12:00 AM EDT Sony Connect, Sony Corp. of America's online music service, will launch May 4 with a promo event featuring Sheryl Crow performing live on a United Airlines aircraft traveling from Chicago to Los Angel Rep. Seeks To Curb Outsourcing In Film Mi ...

  4. New Euro Law Calls For Tough Penalties On Pirates

    March 15, 2004 12:00 AM EST By adopting last week the European Union's IP Enforcement Directive, the European Parliament in Strasbourg, France is finally providing a framework to protect intellectual property rights. LONDON--By adopting last week the European Union' ...

  5. Kazaa Case Hits New Snag

    March 15, 2004 12:00 AM EST SYDNEY--The Australian record industry's attempts to launch a copyright infringement case against Kazaa is facing another stumbling block. Lawyers for Kazaa's Sydney-based parent Sharman Networks lodg Internet Giants Join Forces Against ...

  6. European Parliament Passes Enforcement Directive

    March 09, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, today (March 9) passed the European Union's Enforcement Directive, which aims to provide a legal framework to protect intellectual property. The Directiv The European Parliament in Strasbourg, Fr ...

  7. European Parliament passes Enforcement Directive

    March 09, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Parliament in Strasbourg, France, today (March 9) passed the European Union's Enforcement Directive, which aims to provide a legal framework to protect intellectual property. The Directiv The European Parliament in Strasbourg, Fr ...

  8. E.U. Set To Act On New Rules To Halt Piracy

    March 08, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Union is expected to agree to new rules this week that will clamp down on movie and music pirates following a long legislative battle, according to E.U. sources last Friday. BRUSSELS--The European Union is expected to agree to new rul ...

  9. Top News From Entertainment Law Weekly

    March 08, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Parliament to call on governments to introduce new Internet anti-piracy laws. Attorneys are becoming more like business consultants as bands veer down do-it-yourself path. Aussie judge re The European Parliament to call on governments ...

  10. E.U. Set To Act On New Rules To Halt Piracy

    March 08, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Union is expected to agree to new rules this week that will clamp down on movie and music pirates following a long legislative battle, according to the E.U. sources last Friday. <br clea Virgin, Fox Studio Drop Lawsuit, Settle Disp ...

  11. Euro Parliament To Vote On Piracy Directive

    March 05, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Union is due this coming week to agree on rules that would force its governments to clamp down on music and movie pirates. The European Parliament, the EU's elected assembly, is expected The European Union is due this coming week ...

  12. EU Set To Confirm New Piracy Rules

    February 23, 2004 12:00 AM EST The European Parliament is expected to confirm in Brussels new rules punishing counterfeiters and pirates on Feb. 25. MEPs are to agree the last amendments to the so-called "Enforcement Directive" tha BRUSSELS--The European Parliament is ...

  13. Top News From Entertainment Law Weekly

    February 23, 2004 12:00 AM EST A $143 million U.S. settlement over music CD prices will rain $14 reimbursement checks on 68,000 Americans. The European Parliament in Brussels is expected to confirm new rules punishing music counter A $143 million U.S. settlement over music CD p ...

  14. Price-Fixing Settlement Rains CDs On Mass. Libraries

    February 23, 2004 12:00 AM EST Price-Fixing Settlement Rains CDs On Mass. Libraries Price-Fixing Settlement Rains CDs On Mass. Libraries Calif. Music/Tech Convocation Set For Feb. 25 EU Set To Confirm New Piracy Rules Clear Channel Commun Names Levin Legal Chief King Purtich Na ...

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