When ISPs sought to prove to the court that a new code will be in place to deter and warn alleged online copyright infringers, Dallas Buyers Club LLC pointed out that businesses and mobile customers would be exempt from the code.
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Two antitrust class-action lawsuits related to Android handsets have been dismissed in a Californian court.
Film studios and ISPs have released a new draft code that is aimed at curbing the number of Australians who illicitly download TV shows, films, and music online.
Company launches service and charges the same as competitors Rdio, Deezer and Spotify
'Dear Rupert' letter from the internet giant rejects claims that Google is a "platform for piracy".
Company expects to provide the service to all Android users - but the free offering will be limited.
Online copyright infringement of music over file-sharing services is trending downwards in Australia, according to Spotify research, but it is still a big problem.
A new record has been set for the number of URLs that Google is asked to remove from search results over alleged copyright infringement.
Songza, a service that suggests playlists based on location and activity, has been bought by Google for a reported US$15 million.
Amazon continues to provide value to Prime subscribers and this time they are bringing ad-free music with access to over a million songs.
SimpleAir has won $85 million in damages over patents relating to Google's Cloud Messaging (GCM) and Android Cloud to Device Messaging (C2DM) services.
A study has found that three-strikes policies don't work, even when consumers overestimate which channels are being monitored for piracy.
Three-strikes or a graduated response to online copyright infringement will no longer be a part of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement, but could be replaced by civil and criminal enforcement provisions.
The Singapore government is mulling over plans to block websites that offer pirated content including movies and music, along with other efforts to curb online piracy.
For the second time this month, a federal judge has refused to dismiss a case accusing the tech giant of potentially violating wiretap laws to target advertisements through email scanning.
The negotiations have failed, the government requests for delays are over, and the parties are proceeding to litigation.
Google snubbed iOS users with its All Access music subscription service, but developer James Clancey has submitted an app to the App Store that will bring Google music subscriptions to the iPhone.
Google's director of Android engineering described it as a "uniquely Google approach to a music subscription service."
Illegal music downloads are causing the country's record companies to bleed with lower CD sales and local artistes are not helped by a complex copyright registration system.
Music streaming service launches in Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong, and is betting legally-free music will subsequently compel users to pay for content and eradicate music piracy in the region.
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