TV Lawsuits More Apparent In The Future?

iTunes has been a resource for many users willing to pay for the format. Now with a business move many predicted months before it was made, iTunes is now selling digital video content.


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Teh Scene Releases Final Episode

“The Scene’s” initial release was immediately surrounded by controversy. As with any controversy over something well known, it spread like wildfire.


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Canadian Author Voices Opinion on Copyright

We live in an age where advanced technology and controversy often collide. Controversy has found significant degrees of magnitude online, as the music and movie industries are in a desperate fight to shove the file-sharing genie back in the bottle.


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Star Wars – Return of the Lawsuit?

Behind lock doors lie copies of unreleased movies. Behind encrypted private chat rooms are people aiming the break into those locked doors to claim these unreleased movies.


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The Realworld’s Real Return?

Known for being a large resource of eDonkey2000 links for TV shows, “The-RealWorld” makes it’s return to the Internet for another round.


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EFF Concerned About British Broadcast Flag

The idea of the broadcast flag is rather unsettling to many Americans. It restricts many things one can do with a television set that he or she could otherwise normally do such as time shifting.


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CIPPIC Says CRIA Headed In Wrong Direction

The Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC) was disappointment in the Canadian Recording Industry Association’s (CRIA) characterization of parts of two national polls it released today.


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RIAA Takes On XM Over Copyright Infringement

Satellite radios are a relatively new thing in the world of digital technology. With a system that receives a signal, it is no surprise that someone would eventually create a device to record the information of that signal.


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MovieLabs to Fight Piracy

The Motion Picture Laboratories Inc. (aka MovieLabs) will begin operation later this year as a nonprofit consortium later this year. MovieLabs will have a budget of more than $30 million for its first two years according to Hollywood executives.


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