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Apple, Samsung agree to court mediation ahead of patent clash

Jan 09, 2014

Apple, Samsung agree to court mediation ahead of patent clash

Apple CEO Tim Cook and Samsung CEO Oh-Hyun Kwon will attend the session with in-house lawyers only, according to a Wednesday court filing. #smartphones #Technology #Apple #Samsung #Copyright infringement #PatentWars #Apple vs Samsung #patent violation
How much does Samsung owe Apple? Jury wants calculators!

Nov 20, 2013

How much does Samsung owe Apple? Jury wants calculators!

Apple Inc. is demanding $380 million. Samsung counters that it only owes $52 million for using features such as "pinch-to-zoom" in the 13 older-generation products. #smartphones #Technology #Apple #TechWars #Samsung #Copyright infringement #Apple vs Samsung #patent violation
Court dismisses copyright complaint against Jolly LLB movie's director

Aug 09, 2013

Court dismisses copyright complaint against Jolly LLB movie's director

A Delhi court has dismissed a complaint seeking lodging of an FIR against the director and producer of movie 'Jolly LLB' for allegedly infringing copyright of an author of poems on a similar concept of police indulging in corruption as shown in the film #Bollywood #Copyright infringement #Copyright law #FIR #Subhash Kapoor #Jolly LLB
US judge dismisses Viacom's $1bn copyright suit against YouTube

Apr 19, 2013

US judge dismisses Viacom's $1bn copyright suit against YouTube

The US District Court Judge ruled that Viacom never proved YouTube was aware of thousands of videos Viacom said were stolen from its TV networks #HowThisWorks #YouTube #Copyright infringement #Viacom
Cost of piracy in Asia: sales losses worth $21 bn

May 16, 2012

Cost of piracy in Asia: sales losses worth $21 bn

Illegal copying of computer programs in Asia cost businesses $21 billion in lost sales last year and China was on course to set a dubious new record - overtaking the US in losses caused by software piracy. #NewsTracker #Piracy #File sharing #Copyright infringement of software
Antipiracy crackdown NZ police raid Megaupload founder's mansion

Jan 21, 2012

Antipiracy crackdown NZ police raid Megaupload founder's mansion

New Zealand police raided several homes and businesses linked to the founder of Megaupload.com, a giant Internet filesharing site shut down by US authorities. #Copyright infringement #File sharing #InsecureNet #Megaupload
Kill Bill SOPA withdrawn for now

Jan 21, 2012

Kill Bill SOPA withdrawn for now

Silicon Valley won round one against Hollywood, as the controverisal SOPA and PIPA bills were indefinitely postponed by Congress. #Copyright infringement #File sharing #InsecureNet #SOPA #PIPA
Rather than build, Megaupload shutdown undermines SOPA's case

Jan 20, 2012

Rather than build, Megaupload shutdown undermines SOPA's case

A jawdropping list of expensive cars and electronics, attempts at revenge by Anonymous, and wild conspiracy theories make the Megaupload copyright infringement allegations a riveting case. #NewsTracker #Copyright infringement #Megaupload #File hosting
Anonymous bring down FBI site for shutting Megaupload

Jan 20, 2012

Anonymous bring down FBI site for shutting Megaupload

The news of Megaupload's shutdown seemed to bring retaliation from hackers who claimed credit for attacking the Justice Department's website. #Copyright infringement #InsecureNet #Motion Picture Association of America #Oneclick hosting
US lawmakers withdraw support for SOPA

Jan 19, 2012

US lawmakers withdraw support for SOPA

The blackout of Wikipedia and other websites protesting against SOPA and PIPA, have prompted eight US lawmakers withdraw their support for the laws. #WhatNext #Piracy #Copyright infringement #InsecureNet #SOPA #PIPA