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Question of federal government’s power to protect American families from profane television moves closer to Supreme Court as FCC appeals TV indecency ruling.
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Indian government issues new music royalty directive, forcing FM radio to work under revenue-sharing model with record labels instead of fixed-cost structure.
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Microsoft co-founder, Paul Allen, launches patent war by suing Apple, Google, Facebook, eBay, and seven other Internet giants.
Disney and Warner Brothers team up to stop advertising on websites encouraging piracy.
Commentary from Conan O’Brien at Emmys severely restricted by settlement negotiations after his departure from NBC.
Agent representing Antonio Bryant demands Bengals pay athlete’s $1.55 million base salary after the team released him due to injury.
Federal Trade Commission announces California marketing company has settled charges of deceptive trade practices stemming from paying employees to write iTunes reviews without disclosing their affiliation.
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