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Reading song lyrics online may be a thing of the past as federal court grants injunction in copyright infringement lawsuit seeking to remove free online lyrics.
Specific termination clause in contract may protect Bruce Pearl from termination at the University of Tennessee for NCAA violations.
Ashton Kutcher may have defamation claim against Star tabloid for alleging that he cheated on his wife, Demi Moore.
Fox News has settled a dispute with the owner of footage of convicted scam artist Bernie Madoff.
Activist group Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood files complaint with the FCC to block a soon-to-debut cartoon whose purpose is to advertise Sketchers footwear.
Kim Kardashian, rising to fame after the release of a sex tape in which she starred, is ironically threatening to sue makers of a look-alike blow up doll for violation of her publicity rights.
Thousands of John Does strike back against “Hurt Locker” producers in digital piracy lawsuit.
Medical bracelets go high-tech as patient privacy issues go high-profile.
Europe’s strict privacy laws throw wrench in Google’s attempt to develop more cloud computing.
Investigation into online privacy finds popular children’s websites install more tracking technologies on personal computers than top websites aimed at adults.
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