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Paparazzi sues New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and wife Gisele after couple’s bodyguards allegedly shot at photographers.
Copyright protection system infringes?
The battle over Google Voice on the iPhone continues.
Copyright infringement case over Coldplay’s Viva La Vida finally dismissed by federal judge.
Inmate No. 09-R-3260: Giants receiver Plaxico Burress settles into two-year sentence at medium-security prison after hecklesome stint at Rikers.
ASCAP claims that ringtones are public performances, others disagree.
Russia’s richest man set to acquire controlling interest in NBA team New Jersey Nets and move team to Brooklyn.
Britney Spears 50/50 custody arrangement extended through the end of the year.
Facebook and MySpace signing up endangered gorillas to raise funds and awareness against unlawful poaching.
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