A Beijing court has ordered Apple to compensate three Chinese writers for selling their works via its app store without getting their permission.
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Most businesses know that using pirated software can land them in hot water, but many don't realise that their employees could also open the door to expensive litigation via BYOD schemes, according to Business Software Alliance chair Clayton Noble.
China Written Works Copyright Society has been awarded compensation of US$68,000 in an infringement verdict against Apple, which was found to have sold rights-protected books illegally in its appstore.
Apple and Google have teamed up to offer Kodak more than $500m for more than 1,000 digital imaging patents, according to online reports.
The verdict is in, and Samsung is looking at a hefty fine in the US if its appeals process is unsuccessful. But does the ruling have any bearing on the companies' ongoing legal fight in Britain?
U.S. appeals court allows Apple to pursue its bid to block sale of Samsung tablet, based on alleged copyright infringement, and throws case back to district court which it says had erred in earlier judgement.
Nine Chinese writers take Cupertino to court for copyright infringement on 37 works currently available on App Store, demanding US$1.9 million in compensation.
A new TV-recording app could end up defining digital-recording law in Australia for years to come.
Russian security company Kaspersky is to quit the Business Software Alliance over the group's support of a contentious US anti-piracy bill.Kaspersky will leave the pro-copyright group on January 1 2012, due to Business Software Alliance (BSA) involvement in the US Stop Online Piracy Act (Sopa), the company said in a statement on Monday.
Dominant distribution companies such as Apple are a bigger threat to content owners than copyright infringement, according to Miramax CEO Mike Lang.
The hacking group has posted purported usernames and passwords for an Apple survey and business intelligence site to Pastebin
I must admit, since I rejoined the ranks of public transport users, I was delighted to use the ShowNearby app on my Android to help me figure out which bus would arrive earlier and the fastest routes home. With this information, I figured I have been able to shave 10 to 15 minutes every day.
An ITC administrative law judge has ruled that Kodak did not infringe on patents asserted by Apple in its ongoing complaint
Apple is being sued for copyright infringement by Jigsaw Entertainment, an Australian TV production company. The iPhone app, Chopper Soundboard, contained material lifted without permission from one of Jigsaw's shows, The Ronnie Johns Half Hour, and the company reckons that Apple should have done more to prevent its sale.
After months of mediation has failed, an Australian TV producer has returned to the Federal Magistrates Court in an attempt to hold Apple to account for copyright infringement via an application offered on the iTunes store.
The Business Software Alliance (BSA) has dismissed the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft's (AFACT) failed Federal Court appeal against internet provider iiNet, saying it will not affect its counter-piracy operations.
The ongoing case of Oracle versus Google will go ahead following a judge's decision to deny Google's request that it be summarily dismissed
Product safety is a top priority at Nokia and users should purchase genuine products to ensure their safety, said the Finnish phone maker in response to a recent report of a man killed by an exploding Nokia phone.
Following a ruling this week by the Copyright Office and Librarian of Congress, it's not illegal to jailbreak an iPhone. Hurrah! It's the latest clash subcultures: Apple fans vs. the iPhone anarchists, aka the iOS Flash fanatics.
Here's a good mystery store to ponder during a summer weekend. Images have recently surfaced of a 3 cm x 3 cm touchscreen LCD display with a very distinct Apple 2009 copyright stamp.