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Larry Lessig blasts prosecutor's defense in Swartz case

Internet scholar faults Justice Department prosecution "in part at least" for driving Aaron Swartz to his death.

By January 18, 2013


HP claims 'extensive evidence' of Autonomy accounting scam

The company says it discovered evidence of bookkeeping manipulation at Autonomy prior to HP's multi-billion dollar acquisition of the software company.

By November 27, 2012


Judge suggests Ceglia motions aim to stall Facebook case

Man suing for half ownership of the social network may face further sanctions if he can't prove that dismissed motions weren't filed to stall discovery.

By June 28, 2012


'Psychic' Uri Geller reaches copyright settlement

A deal between the controversial "paranormalist" and skeptic Brian Sapient was reached over a copyright dispute--but the terms of the deal remain a mystery.

By August 4, 2008


'Hot Coffee' settlement nixed in 'Grand Theft Auto' suit

A federal judge Wednesday decertified the settlement reached in a class action lawsuit against the makers of Grand Theft Auto.

By August 1, 2008


Why the attacks on Broadcom's founder may be misguided

Henry Nicholas, founder of Broadcom, may well have been merely trying to execute his company's strategy to the letter. And beyond it.

By June 9, 2008


Media want Gizmodo court records in iPhone probe

A secret court order sealing records relating to the search of a Gizmodo editor's home violates California law, CNET and other media organizations are planning to tell a judge this week.

By May 4, 2010


Copy of RIAA's new enforcement notice to ISPs

CNET News has acquired a copy of the form letter the RIAA will send to ISPs that informs them one of their customers is accused of file sharing.

By December 19, 2008


How one ISP deals with copyright enforcement

Get a look at correspondence between the owner of a Louisiana ISP and representatives of copyright owners. The ISP owner gets several of notices like this a month.

By December 22, 2008