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Two men, including one from Gilbert, have been indicted on federal charges involving what is believed to be one of the nation’s largest copyright frauds involving computer software, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
INDIANAPOLIS - An Indiana songwriter's copyright infringement lawsuit against singer Britney Spears over the song "Sometimes" has been dismissed because she was able to show it wasn't copied, her attorney said Tuesday.
A cardboard-and-pipecleaner "cat trap" helped Cave Creek students understand the concept of intellectual property rights during a visit Tuesday by a federal Commerce Department official.
MARSHALL, Texas - Tyler Perry went to court to face allegations that he stole material from someone else for his blockbuster film "Diary of a Mad Black Woman."
NEW YORK - A federal appeals court has reversed a ruling that awarded John Steinbeck's son and granddaughter publishing rights to 10 of the author's early works, including "The Grapes of Wrath."
BRUSSELS, Belgium - A court on Tuesday ruled in favor of Belgian newspapers that sued Google Inc., claiming that the Web search Internet search leader infringed copyright laws and demanded it remove their stories.
NEW YORK - Top-selling rappers Kanye West and Ludacris won a copyright infringement trial Thursday when a jury concluded their 2003 hit "Stand Up" did not copy a tune by New Jersey musicians.
Search giant Google lost a court fight Tuesday in a copyright case that highlights the challenge of building a business on the frontier of technology and the law.
BOSTON - They are rare, intimate images of John Lennon just before the breakup of the Beatles: He's hunched over a piano writing songs, smoking pot, joking about putting LSD in President Nixon's tea.
This undated file photo shows John Lennon.
REDMOND, Wash. - Microsoft Corp. is unveiling copyright protection software to allow rented songs or movies to be used on portable players, cellular phones and other devices.
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NEW YORK - Google Inc. on Monday filed a response to Viacom Inc.'s copyright infringement lawsuit over Google's massively popular video-sharing sharing site YouTube, arguing that the site's activities are legal.
A family enjoys visiting Lost Dutchman State Park in Apache Junction. Lost Dutchman is one of the five parks piloting the new Arizona Family Campout Program. [Copyright Arizona State Parks]
SUED: Jeffery Howell of Scottsdale is named in a lawsuit filed by the Recording Industry Association of America over Internet sharing of copyrighted songs.
SOURCE OF LEGISLATION: Leading French lawmakers agreed to water down a draft copyright law that had threatened the future of the iPod in France.
NEW YORK - A settlement has been reached in the lawsuit against Google over the Internet search engine's use of copyrighted material.
NEW YORK - A group of music publishing companies said Monday it is joining a copyright infringement lawsuit against Google Inc.'s video-sharing site YouTube.
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Google Inc.'s Internet-leading search engine on Thursday will begin serving up the entire contents of books and government documents that aren't entangled in a copyright battle over how much material can be scanned and indexed from five major libraries.
NEW YORK - Just weeks after a leading authors' organization sued Google for copyright infringement, the Association of American Publishers has also filed suit against the search engine giant's plans to scan and index books for the Internet.