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  1. Pirate Bay Case Goes to Supreme Court Again (5 Replies)
  2. Businessman Threatens To Sue Blogger For Defamation; Blogger Says 'Bring It On' (0 Replies)
  3. Pokemon Vs. Pokellector In Trademark/Copyright Dispute (5 Replies)
  4. Australian Government Signals Online Piracy Crackdown (1 Reply)
  5. Linking to free web content is legal (0 Replies)
  6. Court Orders Domain Termination of Unauthorized Music Site (0 Replies)
  7. Hyperlinking is Not Copyright Infringement, EU Court Rules (0 Replies)
  8. US Government Targets Pirate Bay and Other “Notorious” Sites (1 Reply)
  9. Austrian Collection Society Pushing Members To Support Collecting Fees For Every ... (0 Replies)
  10. Record Labels Ask Court to Force ISP to Disconnect Music Pirates (1 Reply)
  11. German Government Tries To Neuter FOI Requests By Refusing To Allow Responses To ... (0 Replies)
  12. Take Action to Protect Your Privacy on The Internet (2 Replies)
  13. UK Police And Companies Will Have Access To Database Of All England's Medical Records (1 Reply)
  14. IIPA: Canada is a Magnet for “Rogue” Sites and Persistent Pirates (0 Replies)
  15. The Copyright Monopoly Is A Scam That Hurts Artists As Much As The Public (2 Replies)
  16. Universal Lawyers: Registrar Liability in Torrent Case is “Common Sense” (0 Replies)
  17. UK Politicians Think They Can Write Google's Search Algorithm Better Than Google (1 Reply)
  18. Congress Introduce Bi-Partisan Bill To Abdicate Its Own Role And Screw Over ... (2 Replies)
  19. GCHQ Has Entire Program For 'Dirty Tricks' Including Honeypots, Using ... (0 Replies)
  20. Virginia Court Says Domain Names Are Not Property (1 Reply)