Archive for Intellectual Property

First Music, Now Films Caught in End of Obsolescence

http://www.cnbc.com/id/46467956 Originally Published on CNBC.COM on February 21, 2012 Everyone knows who murdered the record labels. Not Professor Plum in the study with a wrench, but Napster on the internet with piracy. Although this case was solved over a decade ago, I’ve been scouring the cobwebbed files and I believe Napster had an accomplice that […]

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What Ever Happened to LimeWire?

In a victory for the Recording Industry Association of America and artists, U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood ruled in New York that LimeWire LLC and its CEO were liable for inducing the infringement of more than 10,000 sound recordings, declaring those materials owned by major labels including UMG Recordings and Sony Music Entertainment. DigiDayDaily reported, […]

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