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Viacom's YouTube suit threatens freedom

A $1 billion copyright infringement lawsuit challenging YouTube's ability to keep copyrighted material off its popular video-sharing site threatens how hundreds of millions of people exchange all kinds of information on the Internet, YouTube owner... More...

Crysis New Suit Power - Slow Motion

Crytek let the community know about a pretty neat mod that will be coming soon enough that adds a Slow-Down element to the Nanosuit. Have a listen... "Our community member Shajbot is currently developing a... More...

Vonage Settles AT&T Suit

Internet phone-company Vonage has settled the last of its patent disputes which have drained much-needed money from the company. In a press release yesterday, Vonage stated simply: "Vonage and AT&T have entered into a definitive... More...

eBay Wins Trademark Suit

Internet auction site EBay has blocked retailer Perfumebay.com from using a Web site address ending with "ebay" after an appeals court ruled it was trademark infringement. Perfumebay, a seller of designer perfumes over the Internet,... More...

Vonage Settles Verizon Patent Suit

With the recent security issues and patent infringement suit with AT&T, internet phone company Vonage needs all the good news it can get. The company announced today that it has settled a patent lawsuit brought... More...

Microsoft hit with patent suit over .Net

Vertical Computer Systems Incorporated filed a suit on April 18 in a U.S. District Court in Texas against Microsoft Corporation for patent infringement related to Microsoft's .Net framework, used for building Windows-based software. Vertical alleges... More...

Judge Throws Out Defamation Suit Against Google

KinderStart sued Google Incorporated in March 2006 accusing the Mountain View, California-based company of violations of antitrust, free speech, unfair competition and defamation and libel laws. In a ruling issued Friday, Judge Jeremy Fogel of... More...

Belgian Papers Win Google Copyright Suit

Google has lost in court, but already plans to appeal, against Copiepresse, a copyright protection group representing 18 newspapers in Belgium, which claimed Google News was infringing copyrighted laws. The Mountain View, California-based company insists... More...

Judge Won't Dismiss Suit Against XM

U.S. District Judge Deborah A. Batts in New York has refused to throw out a record-industry lawsuit against XM Satellite Radio. XM was accused last May by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) of... More...

Sony BMG settles suit over CDs

Sony BMG Music Entertainment will pay $1.5 million and kick in thousands more in customer refunds to settle lawsuits brought by California and Texas over music CDs that installed a hidden anti-piracy program on consumers'... More...

Google Settles 'Click Fraud' Suit

Google has agreed to pay up to settle a law suit whichalleged that customers of their ad program were being billed falsely forclick-throughs that never occurred. The suit focused on Google benefitting, anddoing next to... More...

Suit filed over Nano scratches

Claiming that the iPod Nano has a widespread propensity for scratching easily, lawyers this week filed a class action suit against Apple Computer on behalf of those who have purchased the diminutive music player. The... More...

AMD Subpoenas 15 in Intel Suit

Advanced Micro Devices stated today that 15 companies have been served subpoenas in its antitrust lawsuit against Intel Corporation. On the list were computer makers and a dozen distributors and retailers such as Dell,... More...

Intel Denies Wrongdoing In AMD Suit

Responding to an antitrust lawsuit filed by a rival computer chip maker, Intel on Thursday denied its business practices broke any laws and dismissed the claims as "factually incorrect and contradictory.'' In a 63-page... More...

Microsoft Settles Infringement Suit

Microsoft and Alacritech have settled a dispute over networking technology the software giant plans to use in future versions of Windows. Alacritech, which sued Microsoft for patent infringement last year, announced... More...

WWE files suit against THQ, Jakks

World Wrestling Entertainment asks court to nullify THQ's license to produce WWE games, alleges bribery and racketeering scheme. World Wrestling Entertainment today announced that the company has filed suit against video game... More...

Leisure Suit Larry banned in Australia

Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Lauda the game has been blocked in Australia. Australian news agencies stated last week that the Office of Films and Literature Classification, goverment that rates video games banned the title.... More...

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