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Radio Company Violates Common Law Copyright by Publicly Performing Pre-1972 Recordings

By Lan Du – Edited by Asher Lowenstein

The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ruled that Sirius XM violated NY common law copyright in reproducing and publicly performing pre-1972 sound recordings by The Turtles.

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Posted On Nov - 30 - 2014 Add Comments READ FULL POST

District Court Grants a Preliminary Injunction Against Aereo’s Live TV Features 

By: Olga Slobodyanyuk, Edited by: Saukshmya Trichi

On October 23, the District Court for the Southern District of New York granting a preliminary injunction rejected Aereo’s claim that it is a cable system, thus being entitled to a compulsory license. The injunction restrains Aereo from retransmitting live TV retransmission features and copyrighted programs.

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Posted On Nov - 4 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Ninth Circuit Rejects Fox’s Request to Shut Down Dish Services, Despite Aereo Decision

By Sheri Pan – Edited by Insue Kim

United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit affirmed the district court’s denial of Fox’s motion for a preliminary injunction.  Fox argued that the technologies would irreparably harm Fox because they violate copyright laws, but the Ninth Circuit ruled that the district court did not err in finding that the harm alleged by Fox was speculative, noting that Fox had failed to present evidence documenting such harm.

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Posted On Jul - 22 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News In Brief
By Olga Slobodyanyuk

Amici urge the Ninth Circuit to reconsider its ruling in the “Innocence of Muslims” case

Record companies sue Pandora for royalties on songs made before 1972

Alleged Heartbleed hacker arrested

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Posted On Apr - 20 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Ninth Circuit Orders Takedown of Inflammatory Video over Copyright Claim
By Mark Verstraete – Edited by Andrew Spore

On February 26, 2014, the Ninth Circuit reversed a district court decision denying Cindy Lee Garcia’s request for a preliminary injunction forcing YouTube to remove the anti-Islamic film “Innocence of Muslims.” Writing for the majority, Chief Judge Alex Kozinski found that Garcia was entitled to a preliminary injunction because she had shown a likelihood of success on her copyright claim and that irreparable harm would likely result absent injunctive relief.

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Posted On Mar - 12 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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