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Lars Ulrich: Metallica vs. Napster maybe not the smartest PR move of all time
Lars Ulrich: Metallica vs. Napster "maybe not the smartest PR move of all time"
We at AfterDawn followed the early days of digital music very closely, and that meant obviously reporting on the historical Metallica vs. Napster ...... 10 Nov 2017 - 2 comments
Court: Fan-made subtitles are illegal
Court: Fan-made subtitles are illegal
In Sweden, a long-running court case against local subtitle download site has finally finished. Court decided that distributing subtitles to ...... 15 Sep 2017 - 9 comments
Finnish court: Pirate Bay founders must pay over 400'000 euros to copyright owners
Finnish court: Pirate Bay founders must pay over 400'000 euros to copyright owners
In Finland, the Helsinki district court has ruled that two of the three founders of The Pirate Bay must pay over 400'000 euros to music industry ...... 25 Aug 2017 - 1 comment
Apple continues in its attempt to ban some of Samsung's products in the U.S.
Apple continues in its attempt to ban some of Samsung's products in the U.S.
Apple has filed a new motion to renew its ongoing efforts to stop sales of Samsung products in the U.S. Samsung was found to have infringed ...... 29 Dec 2013
Finnish court: It is alright to censor a website that criticizes censorship
Finnish court: It is alright to censor a website that criticizes censorship
The Supreme Administrative Court in Finland ruled today that Finnish police didn't break the law when a famous anti-censorship website was added ...... 26 Aug 2013 - 14 comments
AT&T loses court case over data throttling
AT&T loses court case over data throttling
AT&T has lost a court case to 39-year-old Matt Spaccarelli, over smartphone data throttling. Spaccarelli is an iPhone owner who has AT&T's ...... 18 Mar 2012 - 8 comments
Trial for Xbox 360 modder gets delayed after judge bashes prosecution
Trial for Xbox 360 modder gets delayed after judge bashes prosecution
The jury trial for the case of Matthew Crippen has been delayed today, after the presiding judge took 30 minutes to lecture the prosecution. ...... 02 Dec 2010 - 28 comments
     

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