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2002

December

Critics Weigh In on Copyright Act

Critics Fear Broadcast Flag Would Stomp on Consumer Rights

DMCA: Dow What It Wants to Do

Digital Copyright Law Up for Challenge

College Groups Challenge Copyright Office on Exceptions to Digital-Copyright Law

New Premise in Science: Get the Word Out Quickly, Online

Judiciary Panel Adds Surveillance Oversight

Electronic Frontier Foundation pushes for ban on regional DVDs

Net users say digital copyright law squelches rights

Perspective: Will this land me in jail?

DMCA comments published

File Swapper Eluding Pursuers

Sklyarov reflects on DMCA travails

Deadline Passes for European Digital Copyright Law

Hollywood targets DVD-copying upstart

Judge finds file-sharing company in contempt of court

Shots fired in copyright cold war

Digital Copyright: A Law Defanged?

Fair Use and Abuse

Exceptions Sought to Copyright Rules

Deadline nears for DMCA exemptions

Jonathan Band: Congress unknowingly undermines cyber-security

Consumer Groups Challenge Copy Controls

ElcomSoft Not Guilty in DMCA Case

Code-cracking firm found not guilty

Feature: Dmitry goes to Washington

Hollywood Firms Suffer a Blow in ReplayTV Case

'I'm no hacker', Sklyarov tells US court

Sklyarov Unrepentant in U.S. Court

Chicago Cubs Sue Rooftop Bar Owners

"DVD Jon" DeCSS hacking trial ends

Movie Studios Sue Companies That Sanitize DVDs

New DVD-Copying Software Set Stage for Legal Showdown

Music Swappers: Oldies But Goodies Themselves

Norway Teen Faces Piracy Trial

Viacom Asks FCC to Prevent HDTV Piracy

Studios Go on Offensive Against Film Sanitizers

Viacom Asks FCC to Prevent HDTV Piracy

ElcomSoft Case in Jurors' Hands

Jury Gets Digital Copyright Case

Closely watched copyright case goes to jury

Study: Web Filters Block Health Information

Defunct Napster Readies Items for Auction

Major music piracy ring busted by secret service

Soft Jury to Hear Final Arguments

RIAA Raids Alleged Music Pirates

Piracy Hunters Are Moving In-House

Feds Bust NY Music Piracy Ring

Pam and Tommy's Sex Tape Victory

VeriSign Introduces Consumer Authentication Service, Open-Source Security Toolkit

"Sonny" copyright lawsuit settled

Security Lapses on Campuses Permit Theft From JSTOR Database

Defense Rests in Russia Copyright Trial

Sellers of Pirated DVDs Targeted

Moviemakers file lawsuits against online DVD sellers

USC Center Chosen for Digital Film Tests

Testimony ends in Adobe hacking trial

DVD Hacking Case Heads to Court--Again

Sklyarov testifies in copyright trial

Norwegian Teen Pleads Innocent in DVD Copy Protection Trial

Random House Settles Lawsuit Against Electronic Publisher

Code cracking in court

Recording Industry Plans to Accelerate Complaints About Illegal File Sharing

Elcomsoft Accused of Copyright Violation

Teen DVD Hacker Goes on Trial in Norway

Liquid Audio to evaporate

Music swappers: Oldies but goodies themselves

Video Pirates 'Lord' It Over Asia

DJs Mash It Up

Madster told to pull the plug

Copyright law stands first day of trial

Again, Madster Ordered to Stop Copyright Infringement

Random House Settles Lawsuit Against Electronic Publisher

Teen Hacker, Hollywood Nemesis, on Trial

Online Music Services Ready for Prime-Time Showdown

Digital Copyright Law Up for Challenge

Feds Rests Russian Software Co. Case

Judge Throws Out 'Exorcist' Lawsuit

U.S. shows Sklyarov video in court

Wal-Mart backs away from DMCA claim

Bush Signs Net Radio Act

RealNetworks to release more code

New DVD-copying software sets stage for legal showdown with Hollywood

Firm fights for right to copy DVDs

Unfazed by Hollywood, small company offers copying software

Copyright Office Invites Public Comment on DMCA

Facts Can't be Litigated Away

Retailers Swing DMCA To Stop "Black Friday" Sale Info

The Evil That Is the DMCA

Judge Delays Ruling in File-Swapping Case

File-traders, studios spar in court

WGA puts writers one click closer

Jury selected in digital copyright case

Sony to License Anti-Piracy Products

Royalty-free standards take charge

Russia Battles Video Piracy; But the Pirates Shoot Back

Pirated Files Clog College Networks

The Secret of How Microsoft Stays on Top

File swapping in the legal crosshairs

Napster Bankruptcy Hearing Begins

Burn, Baby, Burn; The real threat to the music biz isnít P2P Ė itís CD-Rs swapped on the street.

November

Calif. Trial Nears for Landmark Copyright Case

Firm fights for right to copy DVDs

RIAA Was Right ... The Sky Is Falling

Unfazed by Hollywood, small company offers copying software

Copyright Office Invites Public Comment on DMCA

Retailers Swing DMCA To Stop "Black Friday" Sale Info

The Evil That Is the DMCA

Digital copyright issue flares on campuses

Students Learning to Evade Moves to Protect Media Files

Music Labels: Streaming Is Swell

Fox Exec Wants Help Ending Piracy

California Justices Find Web Site Is out of Reach

California court to decide if online copyright suit can proceed

Madster Said Violating Court Order

Hollywood Takes Copyright Message to Tech Confab

Efforts to stop music piracy 'pointless'

U.S. Navy Seizes Cadet Computers in Internet Probe

Court to decide Kazaa's U.S. liability

Online energy exchange sued over copyrights

Navy cracks down on student pirates

Robbers Targeting CD Counterfeiters

Digital Cinema Shelves Plans to Sell Projectors

DMCA reopens for public comment

Another Boost for E-Books

Web site to give free access to children's books

EchoStar, NBC Settle Litigation

Straining digital copyright law, junior paper exposes protection flaws in CDs

Copy Control Complaint Desk Opens

Universal Music Kicks Off Digital Download Plan

New Solons to Face Push on Net Rights

Microsoft Execs Tout Trustworthy Computing

Experts Insist the Net Is Vulnerable to Attack

Sony Music Develops Technique To Block Illegal CD Copying

Some Web Sites Are Posting a 'Keep Out' Sign to Law Enforcement

Jesse Helms: Web radio's hero

Fox Exec Wants Help Ending Piracy

Movielink's Premiere Doesn't Live Up to Its Promise

Spam wars: Spammer says it is almost impossible to stop

Small Webcaster Bill Passes

New Notes In Music Downloads

Negotiating Web music rates OK'd

Webcasting Compromise Clears Congress

Roxio snapping up Napster assets

Congress Gives Webcasters a Break

Deal rescues fee break for Webcasters

MusicNet, Pressplay Ink Music Distribution Deals

Microsoft Takes Next Step In Online Video Gaming

Films to Be Rented on the Internet

High court weighs best copyright length

Justices to Hear Internet Porn Case

Court Takes Up 'Victoria's Secret' Trademark Case

'Potter' Producer Fears Web Piracy

Sony, Philips lead group to buy InterTrust for $453 million

Compromise on Webcast Royalties Sought

MATTEL, INC. v BARBIE-CLUB.COM

Showing Barbie Doll's Head on Sex Web Site May Be Fair Use

RIAA chief Rosen loses Oxford debate on P2P

MusicMatch unveils new jukebox-to-go

MIT Adds Scholarly Digital Library

Macrovision buys two anti-piracy companies

Hackers May Get U.S. Funds

Tug-Of-War Over Winnie the Pooh Heats Up

Disney Claims 'Pooh' Rights Amid Royalties Fight

Marketers Try to Turn Web Pirates Into Customers

Court rules against AOL on Net privacy

Studios timid over Net movie show

Online Music Sales Dive From 2001

Survey: Online Music Sales Tumble

Universal in Net download deal

 

October

Weak copyrights would kill "fair use"

Bill Sets Stage for Fair Use Battle

Study: Software-Piracy Rate Rises

Some gains but piracy is still rampant

Court Tells Madster to Track Songs

RIAA scores victory in Aimster case

Digital copyright law on trial

EMI to Use Audible Magic to Track Web Piracy

Helms blocking passage of Internet radio royalty bill

Firm Says Law Stifles Fair Use

Mexico summit: Sink the pirates

Listen.com: Burning for You

MICKEY MOUSE VERSUS WIRED MAGAZINE:

Musicians in N.Y. Urge Rights Reform

Webcast Measure Divides Its Ranks

Some College Radio Stations Struggle to Determine Payments Owed for Webcasting

Attack On Internet Called Largest Ever

She Holds the Cards in Copyright Fight

Cyber chief speaks on Data network security

Images get distortion-proof crypto marks

Labels target CEOs over file swapping

Movie, Music Firms to Warn

Johnnie B. Tossed

Legal Scholars and Library Groups Seek Clarification From Court on Software Licenses

If I tell you that I'll have to kill you: Red Hat fights the DMCA

Time to end the race for ever-longer copyright

If they can burn it, they will come

P2P hacking bill may be amended

Copyrights and Wrongs

Copyrights, Wrongs Get a Review 

Eldred v. Ashcroft Transcript of Oral Argument or here

Technology: Lawmakers starting to focus on new media issues

An Uphill Battle in Copyright Case

Excerpts From Arguments in Copyright Case

Napster or not, file swaps continue

Was Satellite Radio a Big Waste?

Higher-Education Organizations Urge a Crackdown on Illegal File Sharing

Justices Hear Arguments in Challenge to Copyrights

Colleges Slow Computer Networks

Music swapping on the net rising

RIAA-Verizon showdown set

Professor posts digital device hit list

Web Publisher Goes to Supreme Court

High Court Opens Session With Busy Agenda

Music Industry in Global Fight on Web Copies

Labels, Webcasters Reportedly Reach Deal

New bills aim to protect consumers' use of digital media

 

September

Diane Warren: Music piracy could stymie young talent

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE PEER TO PEER PIRACY PREVENTION ACT; Why Copyright Owner Self-help Must Be Part Of The P2P Piracy Solution

Music Cos. Settle U.S. Price-Fixing Case

Artists, Record Execs Spar over Royalties in Calif.

Web Radio Could Get Respite

The new "copyspeak"

Lawmakers debate Net bets, Webcasting

Webcasters sound off on Net radio fees

Record Labels Seek OK for Online Music Sabotage

Bertelsmann may face challenges in Napster case

Cyber-turf law hinges on 'hack'

Spears, Madonna, other stars in TV ads on piracy

Bill could spare Webcasters from silence

House Members Approve Language Easing Some Copyright Rules for Online Courses

Delay Sought for Net Broadcasters

A Case to Define the Digital Age

Oops, they did it again

Microsoft changes Xbox configuration

Aargh! Britney, Nelly Battle Pirates

Prince Suing Internet Site

Webcasters May Get Royalty Reprieve

Sticky Image, Piracy Brake Russia's Software Future

Online Fans Start to Pay the Piper

Kazaa Taunts Record Biz: Catch Us

Webcasters Sound Their Discontent Over Music Fees

Copyright Hurdles Confront Selling of Music on the Internet

Logo to identify copy-protected CDs

Judge Throws Out 'Harry Potter' Copyright Suit

Tentative Pact Is Reached For Web-Music Licensing

NetTrends: Teens Want Their MP3s -- and Their CDs

University Warns Students Against File-Swapping

Phones join file-sharing revolution

Finally, a Fair Fight with Big Music

E-mail a weapon in file-swap fight

Sad Summer Songs for Webcasters Large and Small

Digital Divide

File-Sharing Networks Relying on VCR Ruling

Record Companies Win Injunction Against Madster

University to challenge copyright laws

Hollywood, Tech Piracy Efforts May Curtail Choices

Major Music Labels Promote New CD Format

Watchdogs rap RIAA's file-trade assault

It's All Over For Napster

Legit online music services: Nobody's buying

 

August

She Wants P2P for the People

RIAA Backs Off on Chinese Site

New Salvo in Piracy, Privacy War

Bracing for the Digital Crackdown

Small ISP fights back against entertainment industry's anti-piracy tactics

Theaters to Warn on Movie Piracy

DOJ to swappers: Law's not on your side

A New Tactic in the Download War; Online 'Spoofing' Turns the Tables on Music Pirates

Digital copying rules may change

Russian Music Pirates Sail on Government Land

Report: File swapping sites to thrive

Judge stalls effort against ReplayTV

File-swapping foes exert P2P pressure

E-Legal: A Bill to Combat P2P Copyright Infringement

The Labels Start Turning up the Volume

Radio Silence; Fees force college stations to stop Webcasting

Hollywood stages piracy showdown

Technology: Overseas-based Websites Make for Difficult Copyright Enforcement

 

July

DeCSS defenders admit defeat

Deep Link Foes Get Another Win

File-Trading Furor Heats Up

 

June

Both Sides of Debate Over Music Webcasts Unhappy With Decision on Royalty Rates

Suit Claims Bochco's No "Angel"

Webcasters Demand TV Rights

Web's Film, Music Pirates Sail Free From Copyrights


Earlier


Fair Use vs. DMCA: 321 Studios Takes the First Swing

Studios nearing anti-copying tech for TV

Black Hawk Download: Pirated Videos Thrive Online

Freed Russian Software Programmer Returns Home

Studios add court DVD copyright ruling to arsenal

The Year in Internet Law

Online Piracy Fight: Next Up, Consumers

 

 

 

 

 
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