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Online downside for Hollywood movies

As the Internet beckons for the products of the silver screen, there's no shortage of folks getting black and blue.

As the Internet beckons more and more for the products of the silver screen, there's no shortage of folks getting black and blue.

MPAA accuses TorrentSpy of concealing evidence

blog A California judge gives TorrentSpy until Tuesday to appeal her decision to force the company to hand over visitor information.
June 11, 2007

Media executives thought YouTube would have copyright-filtering technology months ago. They're still waiting and are increasingly peeved.
June 11, 2007

A new Hollywood pitch for Apple?

blogma Apple and the studios have long had a contentious relationship; are they ready to kiss and make up over DRM?
June 11, 2007

The National Legal and Policy Center criticizes YouTube's business practices and calls on owner Google to do more to protect copyright holders.
June 11, 2007

Viacom's movie works continue to appear on Google-owned video sites despite the $1 billion copyright lawsuit the media conglomerate filed against Google.
June 11, 2007

In ruling under seal until Friday, federal judge orders TorrentSpy to log visitor activity. But company says it will appeal.
June 8, 2007