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1: Dylan Thomas Photos Copyright Case Dismissed in Dublin
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Grooveshark suffers another legal defeat, Irish ISP is ordered to implement graduated response and another publisher/Amazon battle looms.
Australian ISPs and content creators propose a new three strikes system, Playboy needs to answer questions in Ireland and ITC responds to critics.
Student accused of trying to pirate film with 3D camera found not guilty, IRMA wants graduated response in Ireland and judge denies Aereo bonuses.
The Pirate Bay closed in Swedish raid, sampling lawsuit against Jay Z dismissed and Actors Guild comes to the aid of Cindy Lee Garcia...
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Inflight entertainment leads to messy licensing lawsuit, unflattering photo heading towards a decisive fair use ruling and MGM pushes Section 6 lawsuit.
Warner/Chappell responds to Happy Birthday lawsuit, EU mull copyright levies on cloud services and record labels target Irish ISPs again.
Irish newspapers respond to Google News dispute, Swedish supreme court OKs revealing pirate identities and IMAGiNE leader sentenced to five years in prison.
Charles Carreon sinks to a new low, Google Book Search trial may not be delayed and Bloomsday is celebrated without copyright fears.