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Europe’s highest court resolved fewer cases in 2012 than in 2011, according to data published on Wednesday.
An adult film company sued by Universal Studios for making a movie based on E.L. James’s best-selling book Fifty Shades of Grey has countersued, claiming that James's work is in the public domain.
A Carnegie Mellon University study published on Wednesday shows an increase in digital film sales since file-sharing site Megaupload was shut down.
Internet streaming companies must obtain broadcasters’ permission to re-transmit their copyrighted works to the public, the Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) ruled on Thursday.
Japanese police have arrested 27 people in a coordinated crackdown on illegal downloading.
Canada’s government has introduced a bill that will bring Canadian trademark and copyright law in line with aspects of the controversial Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement.
Germany’s parliament backed legislation on Friday that allows Google to continue showing snippets of news stories without paying publishers royalties.
The US Federal Trade Commission has confirmed that President Barack Obama will appoint commissioner Edith Ramirez as chair of the agency following the departure of Jon Leibowitz.
A judge at the England and Wales High Court on Thursday ordered six British Internet Service Providers to block access to three popular file-sharing websites.
File-sharing site The Pirate Bay moved its operation on Tuesday from Sweden to Norway and Spain, where local Pirate Parties will host the site.
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Cabinet M. Oproiu Romania
Annisa Aaliyya Malaysia
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