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This page contains all the news items for the tag "Music" for the month of May 2011. To view all news items without being the current tag filter, please click here.

 

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RIAA, MPAA Wants US 4th Amendment Suspended

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Probable cause and warrants are not needed, says the RIAA and MPAA when it comes to disc piracy ... Read more ...
May
26
2011



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Google Stands Up To Proposed New Copyright Laws, Will Fight It All The Way

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Google's chairman says that the company will fight proposed copyright laws that will give the government increased powers to seize domain names, tamper with DNS, and force removal of search results ... Read more ...
May
19
2011



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LimeWire Reaches $105m Settlement With Record Labels

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LimeWire has been forced to pay $105 million in damages to the RIAA, as the service and its founder are both found guilty of copyright infringement ... Read more ...
May
13
2011



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Google Does Music in the Cloud, and Movie Rentals on YouTube and Android

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Google announces its music in the clouds services, YouTube rentals and Android movie rentals ... Read more ...
May
11
2011



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Mozilla Stands Firm Against ICE Bullying, Refuses To Remove MafiaaFire Add-on

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Mozilla refuses to honor ICE request to remove add-on that redirects seized domain names to alternate mirrors ... Read more ...
May
7
2011



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US To New Zealand: We'll Help Write Your Copyright Laws, Pay For Copyright Crackdown

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Leaked Wikileaks cables show US heavily involved in influencing the copyright regime of New Zealand ... Read more ...
May
4
2011



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Wikileaks Cables: US Pressuring Canada To Adopt Their Own DMCA

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Wikileaks cables show intense pressure on the Canadian government by the US government to adopt tougher copyright laws, and Canadian officials leaking sensitive information to help the cause ... Read more ...
May
1
2011