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  1. Judge Slashes Jury's Award In File Sharing Case

    January 22, 2010 12:00 AM EST A judge has reduced by 97% the jury's award in the Jammie Thomas-Rasset file sharing case. The news was first reported on Friday by Ben Sheffner at his Copyrights & Campaigns blog. The verdict of $1.92 million for 24 counts of copyright i ...

  2. Downloading Case Goes To Jury

    June 18, 2009 12:00 AM EDT A federal jury began deliberations Thursday in the nation's only file-sharing case to go to trial as attorneys for both sides disputed in closing arguments what the evidence actually showed. An attorney for the recording industry, Tim Reynold ...

  3. Business Briefs: RealNetworks, MediaDefender, Ticketmaster, Live Nation And More

    April 03, 2009 12:00 AM EDT - Vodafone and RealNetworks have launched an unlimited music service in Spain that is bundled with an unlimited data plan. The service costs 16 euros ($21.50) per month and offers both streams and over-the-air downloads (which are locked to the de ...

  4. Brein Loses Dutch P2P Case

    July 19, 2005 12:00 AM EDT The Civil Court in Utrecht, the Netherlands, on July 12 refused a claim from Dutch anti-piracy organization Brein that five local Internet service providers deliver the names and addresses of 41 file- Amsterdam -- The Civil Court in Utrecht, the N ...

  5. Brein Loses Dutch P2P Case

    July 12, 2005 12:00 AM EDT The Civil Court in Utrecht, the Netherlands, today (July 12) refused a claim from Dutch anti-piracy organization Brein that five local Internet service providers deliver the names and addresses of 41 The Civil Court in Utrecht, the Netherlands, to ...

  6. Brein Loses Dutch P2P Case

    July 12, 2005 12:00 AM EDT The Civil Court in Utrecht, the Netherlands, today (July 12) refused a claim from Dutch anti-piracy organization Brein that five local Internet service providers deliver the names and addresses of 41 The Civil Court in Utrecht, the Netherlands, to ...

  7. Witness: Kazaa Can Detect Infringers

    December 02, 2004 12:00 AM EST Overriding severe objections from Sharman Networks' lawyer, Australian federal court Justice Murray Wilcox allowed an anti-piracy services provider based in New York to submit evidence today (Dec. 2) Overriding severe objections from Sharman ...