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  • MGM Vs Grokster, Supreme Court in catch-22 Situation
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    MGM Vs Grokster, Supreme Court in catch-22 Situation

    Regardless of which way the Supreme Court chooses to go in the infamous entertainment vs.

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  • P2P heading for Supreme Court showdown
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    P2P heading for Supreme Court showdown

    On Tuesday, the U.S.

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  • Jury awards Lexar another $84 million in Toshiba case
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    Jury awards Lexar another $84 million in Toshiba case

    A jury in California yesterday ordered Toshiba and one of its U.S.

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  • Apple tames man who sprung Tiger
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    Apple tames man who sprung Tiger

    Apple Computer has reached a settlement with one of the men it sued for online distribution of its unreleased Mac OS X Tiger operating system.

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  • Apple wins iTunes.co.uk case
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    Apple wins iTunes.co.uk case

    Apple has been awarded control of the domain iTunes.co.uk, even though it was registered before the Mac maker announced its online music service.

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  • Bloggers not protected by Constitution, says Apple
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    Bloggers not protected by Constitution, says Apple

    A tentative ruling yesterday by Superior Court judge James Kleinberg is likely to have serious implications for the online publishing industry.

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  • Appeals court reverses $520M Eolas ruling
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    Appeals court reverses $520M Eolas ruling

    An appeals court today threw out a $520.6 million patent infringement judgment against Microsoft Corp.

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  • Rambus says it found smoking gun in Hynix patent case
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    Rambus says it found smoking gun in Hynix patent case

    Rambus has produced what it believes is a smoking gun in its ongoing patent infringement court case with Hynix.

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  • Lawsuit says HP printer cartridges die before use
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    Lawsuit says HP printer cartridges die before use

    A Georgia woman has sued Hewlett-Packard, claiming the ink cartridges for their printers are secretly programmed to expire on a certain date, in some...

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  • LokiTorrent owner to pay $1 million
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    LokiTorrent owner to pay $1 million

    The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) representing Hollywood's major film studio has won a very important case against movie pirates.

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