roundup Software maker 321 Studios faces Hollywood's wrath and a judge's questioning in a case to determine whether technology from the company violates copyright protections.
Judge mulls DVD-copying case
The judge in the closely watched 321 Studios case says she's "substantially persuaded" by past court rulings favoring copyright holders.
May 15, 2003
DVD-copying case heads to court
Software start-up 321 Studios will face off with Hollywood over whether it has the right to sell programs that get around copyright protections in a key legal test of the DMCA.
May 14, 2003
Napster killer takes on DVD copying
When Hollywood goes into court to argue that DVD-copying software is illegal, it will stand with a lawyer who's quietly had as much influence on the Net as any well-known code-slinger.
March 15, 2003
Hollywood's new cyberenemy
321 Studios CEO Robert Moore talks with CNET News.com about incurring the wrath of Hollywood and how a hobby turned into a personal crusade.
March 20, 2003
Upstart seeks court OK for DVD copying
In a pre-emptive strike to stave off the fury of the movie industry, 321 Studios asks a federal judge for permission to sell and market its product for copying DVDs.
April 23, 2003