The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has claimed that Google's transparency report detailing take-down requests of copyright material is misleading, because the search giant limits the number of notices a company can make.
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The online collective has vowed to keep using distributed denial-of-service attacks against the anti-piracy lobby, according to an interview with the security company PandaLabs
4chan members hit back at the MPAA and RIAA with a co-ordinated e-protest, knocking their sites offline for hours. Is this the protest of the future?
AT&T and Comcast are expected to be among a group of ISPs that will cooperate with the music industry in battling illegal file sharing.
The RIAA using Internet Service Providers to hunt down IP "pirates" are going to do it without search warrants. There is no way for the RIAA or any other copyright owner to know when piracy is going on without subverting the privacy of the ISP customer.
Does anyone really believe the RIAA when they tell us that 'the sky is falling' from rampant piracy?Just last year, the recording industry, was trying to strong-arm Apple into raising its base price for it's entire DRM-protected music library.
North Carolina State University's Student Legal Services Department has advised students to push back on the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) as they offer them settlement deals on piracy suits. The group has been sending notices to universities and requesting that these notices be forwarded to offending students based on IP-related information provided to the schools.
Organizations send letters to 40 universities, urgently asking them to curtail illegal file sharing on their school networks.
The record label group's biggest wave of song-swapping lawsuits yet targets more than 500 computer users--but the filings don't say who they are.
Companies allowing workers to download illegal MP3s risk lawsuits as the recording industry begins a crackdown on piracy, analysts says
A new advertising campaign in the US aims to change the terms of the debate over file-sharing networks and piracy
The Recording Industry Association of America is asking Congress to earmark additional funds for anti-piracy law enforcement efforts, saying that the number of arrests for copyright crimes has skyrocketed over the course of a year.
Napster lives to fight another day as accusations fly
Digital music firm begs for a hearing
Music industry says ban Napster as BT puts on its boogie boots
Success of the Web site drives company to become independent record label
Jane Wakefield reckons students just wanna have fun and that Napster bashers, Metallica should just chill out...
Napster clones will be sued by Europe's music watchdog if they operate in the UK
Net giant says its music software employees were acting on their own when they made 'Gnutella,' a takeoff on the controversial Napster program.
SwapStation lets you exchange your MP3 music files across the Net, but may be headed for legal rocks