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Pirates Attack Turns Political in Sweden   30 Apr, 2009

Sweden’s Pirate Party — a political party organized in 2006 with the stated purpose of...More>>

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Content Versus Technology Battle Continues at Digital Hollywood   6 May, 2009

SANTA MONICA, Calif. — In what’s become a recurring theme here at the Digital Hollywood...More>>

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Report: DVD Piracy is Growing   7 May, 2009

More and more people — especially young men — are making illegal copies of prerecorded DVDs,...More>>

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CDSA Names Dyson Head of Antipiracy and Compliance   11 May, 2009

The Content Delivery and Storage Association (CDSA) has appointed veteran Linda Dyson as worldwide...More>>

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Report: U.S. Drops to 4th Place in Illegal P2P File Sharing   12 May, 2009

Fewer copyright infringements are taking place via peer-to-peer file sharing in the United States,...More>>

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The Customer Isn’t Always Right   2 Jun, 2009

Although customers want to be able to make copies of their movies, the studios put copy-protection...More>>

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Dogs Sniff Out DVD Pirates in Malaysia   3 Jun, 2009

DVD copies of <i>Star Trek, Terminator: Salvation, Angels & Demons</i> and <i>Night at the Museum:...More>>

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Sweden’s Pirate Party Lands Seat on Parliament   9 Jun, 2009

The anti-copyright, anti-patent Pirate Party of Sweden landed a seat on the European Parliament...More>>

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RIAA File-Sharing Case Restarts   15 Jun, 2009

Jury selection began June 15 in the retrial of Jammie Thomas-Rasset, a Minnesota mother of two who...More>>

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Judge Finds Thomas-Rasset Guilty in RIAA Trial   18 Jun, 2009

A Minnesota mother of two was found guilty June 18 of Internet music piracy and was ordered by a...More>>

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MPAA Files Additional RealDVD Charges   25 Jun, 2009

The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) has filed additional papers against RealNetworks...More>>

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Pirate Bay Sold   1 Jul, 2009

File-sharing Web site The Pirate Bay (thepiratebay.org) has been sold to a Swedish software firm,...More>>

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Studios Sue to Have Pirate Bay Shuttered   28 Jul, 2009

Sony, Paramount, Disney and 10 other studios have sued Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay...More>>

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Florida Cops Bust Blu-ray Theft Ring   6 Aug, 2009

Special agents with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) busted a long-running Blu-ray...More>>

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WTO Ruling Could Ease Flow of U.S. Movies into China   12 Aug, 2009

The World Trade Organization (WTO) Aug. 12 found that China’s restrictive system for distributing...More>>

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British Proposal to Combat Piracy: Cut Internet Connections   26 Aug, 2009

A proposal by the British government intended to combat illegal peer-to-peer downloading would...More>>

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FCC Takes On Net Neutrality   21 Sep, 2009

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) threw down the gauntlet over Internet neutrality Sept....More>>

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China Appeals WTO Ruling on U.S. Films, Music Dispute   22 Sep, 2009

China has formally appealed last month’s ruling by the World Trade Organization (WTO) that...More>>

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Judge Tosses RealDVD Antitrust Challenge   11 Jan, 2010

While the CE world convened last week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, a U.S....More>>

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WTO Rejects China’s Appeal Allowing U.S. Access to its Movie, DVD Market   13 Jan, 2010

The World Trade Organization has formally rejected an appeal by China of an earlier ruling that...More>>

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