Politicians and trade officials are still pressuring the nation to shut down "illegal" Web sites and to align its intellectual property laws with "international standards."
Music site is due to make comeback and that may doom Russia's hopes of entering WTO this year.
A month after music site shuts down, authorities seek three-year sentence and $590,000 in restitution in massive copyright infringement case.
The popular Russian music download site has finally been forced to close by the Russian government. But what's this? The site's parent company has opened a near identical site instead?
The Russian government agrees to shut down AllofMP3, which offered downloadable MP3 files at a much lower price than stores such as iTunes, but fans will probably just migrate to other similar services.
Group of record labels has filed suit against Russian music site, according to the AP.
But the music download site that U.S. says is guilty of piracy continues to operate.
Beleaguered music download site says it will stop discounting songs and give them away, says newspaper report.
Inexpensive album downloads might sound good to customers, but royalties aren't being paid, trade group claims.