Big US ISPs are continuing their litigation tour of America. Their next target to stop network neutrality is Vermont.
A newly proposed bill called the CASE Act could create a whole new judicial system to make it easier to sue file-sharers.
After the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to scrap network neutrality, government officials have already kicked off litigation in an effort to save network neutrality.
thi is part 14 of the re-publication of my meta-analysis on what filesharing studies really say.
File-sharing litigation has continued to be a trend in 2015. This is in spite of the fact that such activities don’t produce any real tangible effects in overall market and file-sharing trends.
Mass litigation has commenced against 2,000 individuals accused of copyright infringement by Gallant Macmillan on behalf of record label Ministry of Sound. While this isn’t the first mass litigation in Europe, it is a style of litigation that even the BPI doesn’t condone.
In what shape is the litigation campaign for the RIAA? Evidently, it’s far worse then we thought if the RIAAs IRS forms are anything to go by.
The list of defendants is long and includes several big names in politics including president Bush, Alberto Gonzales and the NSA for their roles in implementing warrantless wiretapping.