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Computer scientist pursues piracy claim against Apple.
In the ongoing litigation between Eminem and Universal, district court holds that Universal cannot make deductions for transactional services that it used to provide, but that do not apply in the digital context.
Shopping mall files suit against the state of Indiana, purportedly on behalf of taxpayers, to try to force the state to collect sales taxes from Amazon.com.
Hacker group Anonymous decides not to disclose the names of Mexican drug cartel members.
Following in Eminem’s footsteps, several other artists have sued Universal over how they calculate royalties from digital downloads.
Powerful Yahoo! shareholder demands board ouster of Jerry Yang, one of the company’s co-founders.
TuneCore launches new service for songwriters.
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