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Supreme Court Rejects InternetMovies.com's Appeal
InternetMovies.com's appeal to the Supreme Court has been rejected.
May 3, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
MPAA and RIAA Nab Physical Pirates
The MPAA and RIAA coordinate their efforts in the Big Apple.
April 30, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
MPAA and RIAA Nab Physical Pirates
The MPAA and RIAA coordinate their efforts in the Big Apple.
April 30, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
RIAA Launches New Round of Lawsuits
The RIAA announced on Wednesday a new round of lawsuits against file-sharers.
April 29, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
MPAA Works With Chinese Government To Nab Movie Pirates
With the help of the MPAA (Motion Picture Association of America), the Chinese government shuts down a large physical DVD movie piracy operation.
April 25, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
Internetmovies.com Takes MPAA Fight to the Supreme Court
Michael Jay Rossi files an appeal shutdown of Internetmovies.com to the Supreme Court.
April 19, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
Internet2 Now an RIAA Target
Think trading files on Internet2 will keep you safe from the RIAA?
April 13, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
MGM vs Grokster - The Lover's P2P Quarrel
Tomorrow, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc., ET AL., squares off against Grokster, LTD., ET AL. In this article, Slyck takes an unusual approach to round up the major arguments in this case.
March 28, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
New Study Suggests Decline in Music Sales due to Less Selection
The ARIA, or the Australian Recording Industry Association, reported there were fewer music sales in 2004 due to, among other things, online piracy. However, how can the ARIA stay competitive when there has been a substantial reduction in the amount of albums and singles released?
March 18, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
DVDR-Core Owner Plans to Fight MPAA
Yet another BitTorrent site owner plans to fight the MPAA. Hopefully we have all learned this lesson.
March 16, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
The Dark Side Of The Music Industry
The music industry has hypnotized the mainstream media into thinking P2P or file sharing is illegal. Courts still wrestle the very subject today.
March 16, 2005
by Chuck Solitude
BPI: You’ve Been Nicked
British file sharers give up to £4500 ($8600) to bullies. Another 31 victims announced.
March 4, 2005
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Entertainment Industry Practices Examined
As most have seen, the entertainment industry has embarked on a crusade to squash P2P. Their propaganda has included calling file traders criminals, only to develop models of their own which they call legal.
February 20, 2005
by Chuck Solitude
Torrentz.com and UK-Torrents.com Are No More
The BitTorrent community has lost two more indexing sites.
February 15, 2005
by Thomas Mennecke
LokiTorrent caves to MPAA
LokiTorrent is the MPAA’s latest victim. UPDATE: By court order, website administrator Edward Webber has agreed to pay a large fine and turn over all BitTorrent user activites.
February 10, 2005
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