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  1. Ten Years Later, Napster Loses In Court Again

    January 27, 2011 6:04 PM EST Back in the stone age, there was this little company called Napster that completely upended the way that people consumed music. The company was sued into oblivion by the music industry -- well, almost. Ownership changed hands several times, and no ...

  2. LimeWire Trying to Drag Amazon, Apple Into Record Labels' $1 Billion Copyright Damages Claim

    January 03, 2011 12:00 AM EST LimeWire isn't going quietly to its death. The veteran file-sharing service is looking to get court-ordered subpoenas that require third parties to open up about their dealings with the record industry. After U.S. District Court Judge Kimba W ...

  3. DVD Copy Control Assn. Sues Software Maker

    February 18, 2004 12:00 AM EST The DVD Copy Control Assn. (DVD CCA) is suing software company 321 Studios over alleged violations of its patents. The Morgan Hill, Calif.-based trade group says 321's "DVD X Copy" software, which all The DVD Copy Control Assn. (DVD ...