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Grokster 1.6

Although it's fast and easy to use, Grokster delivers subpar results. Hang on to it only as a backup to LimeWire or Xolox.

By Sep. 11, 2002

3 stars Editor's rating Sep. 11, 2002

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Former Grokster exec pulls out of Pirate Bay acquisition

Less than two weeks after being hired to obtain legal content for Global Gaming, Wayne Rosso walks away over "strong doubts" about whether a deal can be completed.

By Jul. 28, 2009


Obama DOJ pick: RIAA lawyer who killed Grokster

President's latest pick for a senior Justice Department post is Donald Verrilli, the lawyer who pulled the plug on Grokster, sued Google on behalf of Viacom, and represented the RIAA in a file-sharing case against Jammie Thomas.

By Feb. 5, 2009


Say good-bye to Grokster, Hollywood

Say good-bye to Grokster, Hollywood

By Nov. 7, 2005


File-sharing 'graveyard' still filling up

The original version of this story failed to mention that the Supreme Court reversed lower-court rulings favoring Grokster and Streamcast. Read the updated story here.

By Jun. 29, 2007


Viacom gets another shot in court against YouTube

Appearing before a federal appeals court, Viacom again argues that YouTube doesn't qualify for DMCA protection because managers knew of copyright violations. Google again asks, how are we supposed to know the difference between pirated clips and those uploaded by the owner?

By Oct. 18, 2011