Piracy is certainly a problem, but technological solutions that trample on consumer’s rights are abhorrent.
RIAA claims that the Internet is killing the music buisiness. Are they telling the truth?
Stolen MT designs show up in Radio.
Plug Hollywood's hole
Hollywood wants to outlaw every device that might be able to make unauthorized copies of copyrighted works.
Use the bathroom, go to jail
Jamie Kellner is the CEO if Turner Broadcasting System and he thinks that you aren’t...
DCMA goes to court
In their case against the government over violation of the DCMA, Elcomsoft plans to argue...
Copy protection loses in court
ZDNet | Copy-protected CD makers lose battle: "The companies have agreed to stop tracking personally...
Who owns music?
The recording industry keeps suing online music companies for copyright violation. They have destroyed MP3.com’s...
The recording, television, and motion picture industries are treating their customer base as if they...
FOXNews.com | MGM Testing Online Movie Distribution: "MGM has teamed with CinemaNow Inc., an Internet...
Supreme Court To Hear Copyright Extension Case
Wired News | High Court Hears Copyright Case: "In a case initiated by an Internet...
Gillmor on the PVR lawsuit
Dan Gillmor | Entertainment industry’s copyright fight puts consumers in cross hairs: "If the business...
The Crime of Sharing
New Architect: The Crime of Sharing "Over the last several years, the entertainment industry has...
Lawrence Lessig is creating a set of licenses for software developers, artists, and writers to...
MGM, Fox, Universal Studios and Orion Pictures have filed a lawsuit that claims that it’s...
The music revolution has begun.
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