Music Group Files 261 Copyright Lawsuits Against Internet Users
RIAA's aggressive campaign continues against individuals that illegally
distribute copyrighted music files.
By Ted Bridis
Apple Sells 10 Million Songs Via iTunes
Apple announces their online music service has sold 10 million songs, and
has announced a new iPod music player with the capacity to store up to
RIAA to Downloaders: Repent and Get Amnesty
Individuals that illegally copy music over the Internet may avoid
prosecution if they are willing sign an affidavit promising to stop
breaking the law.
By Andy Sullivan
Lawyers for File Sharer Take on the Music Industry
A women accused of illegally sharing music over the Internet fights back
by suggesting the Recording Industry's investigation may have been
Potter Pirate Sorry for Mistakes
A bootlegged translated version of the book "Harry Potter and the Order of
the Phoenix" has surfaced in Venezuela loaded with translation errors and
apologies from the translator.
Colleges Move to Stop File-Swapping
Colleges warn students against copyright infringement.
By Alex Veiga
DOMAIN NAME NEWS
Feds Cuff Notorious Cybersquatter in Online Porn Scheme
Federal Agents arrest John Zuccarini under a provision of the new Amber
Alert legislation that makes it a crime to use a misleading Web address to
attract children to pornographic sites.
By Erin McClam
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