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Songwriters, composers and publishers--the groups that want iTunes to pay performance fees on downloads--tell Congress technology shouldn't strip them of their livelihood.
Social-publishing site accused in lawsuit of violating author's copyright says the company is comfortably docked in the DMCA's safe harbor.
Joltid, a company founded by Skype's developers, alleges its P2P software is being infringed upon every time someone downloads and uses the popular VoIP service.
Accused by the largest music label of violating its copyright, Veoh wins court decision that says such sites are protected under Digital Millennium Copyright Act.
The Yahoo photo-sharing site has changed policies so that a takedown of an allegedly copyright-infringing image is more reversible.
Perhaps the most strident criticism from a competitor of Google's digital book settlement with publishers and authors was released Wednesday by Amazon.
An appeals court rules that a judge was hasty in deciding Novell didn't sell Unix copyrights to SCO Group.
Federal court dismissed some of the copyright complaints made by a class of plaintiffs because they were made overseas and aren't protected by U.S. copyright law.
A lawsuit filed in a U.S. district court claims Microsoft, Yahoo, and RealNetworks did not properly license more than 200 compositions that they offered through their streaming services.
In a note posted on its site, music trade group for top music labels says court ruled in its favor.