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  1. Spain's Proposed Intellectual Property Law Finds Little Support

    8:02 am 1/20/2014

    Despite desperate pleas from the content rights holders for a new legislative framework to fight Spain's unbridled piracy, no one from the sector is pleased with the proposed legislation.Read more

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  2. Beijing Court Finds Search Engine Baidu Guilty of Copyright Infringement

    8:53 am 12/9/2013

    The company was ordered to pay video streaming website Youku Tudou $78,560 in damages for illegally hosting 18 Chinese TV shows.Read more

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  3. SiriusXM Sued Over Alleged Underpayment of Royalties

    6:06 am 8/27/2013

    SoundExchange believes the satellite radio behemoth shouldn't have subtracted older tunes from gross revenues reported. Read more

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  4. Lawrence Lessig Sues Over Takedown of YouTube Video Featuring Phoenix Song

    6:16 am 8/23/2013

    The Harvard professor says that he was threatened by a music publisher over a "fair use" of "Lisztomania."Read more

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  5. European Directors Push Politicians to Defend Copyright Laws

    9:05 am 12/4/2012

    Thousands of industry professionals, including directors Michel Hazanavicius, Mike Leigh and Wim Wenders sign a petition defending author's rights. Read more

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  6. International News Roundup: 'Promethus' Launches, New Disney Boss and Haneke's Second Palme

    6:29 am 6/1/2012

    The top global media stories of the past seven days.Read more

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  7. European Parliamentary Committees Oppose ACTA

    9:17 am 5/31/2012

    Three of the European Parliament's most influential committees have rejected the controversial copyright legislation.Read more

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  8. Hollywood Studios Lose High Court Appeal in Landmark Australian Piracy Case

    3:29 am 4/20/2012

    A unanimous decision means that Internet service providers aren’t liable for customers' copyright infringement.Read more

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