90% of music downloads illegal

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The music industry has said that while it has started making money from music downloading, more than 90 percent of downloaded music is illegal. The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry, or IFPI, said record...

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In a case brought against the Department of Justice by the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Security Archive and the Electronic Privacy Information Center, Judge Victor Marrero, of the District of Columbia, has determined...

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Thanks to johnathonm for his submission to the front page. The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) said it sent 400 letters to 13 U.S. universities advising of potential copyright infringement lawsuits against students who...

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RIAA: Trading CDs is Illegal

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Lala.com — a new website that helps song lovers trade entire compact discs for less than the cost of a single iTunes video download — is either the music industrys salvation or yet another nail...

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As most of us here at Neowin are aware, Stardock published their highly anticipated, turn-based strategy game "Galactic Civilizations 2" last week to rave reviews from most of the major gaming sites. Stardock decided not...

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Is it really so much to ask to have people who are making and enforcing laws concerning technology actually understand the technology theyre dealing with? Following the series of recent arrests of people for using...

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More and more Brits are turning to the web to download their favourite TV shows, research has revealed. A report found the country was at the head of a "worldwide explosion in internet TV piracy"....

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Google has updated Gmails Terms of Service on Monday, prohibiting users from engaging in commercial activities with their Gmail invitations. Apparently, Google is not very happy with all the Gmail invitations that were being sold accross...

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After eight months of deliberation, a San Francisco federal judge has ruled that software company 321 Studios" popular DVD-copying products are illegal. In a ruling released Friday, Judge Susan Illston granted Hollywood...

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