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Federal District Court Denies Motion to Dismiss Contributory Cybersquatting and Contributory Dilution Claims By Elina Saviharju – Edited by Jonathan Allred Microsoft Corp. v. Shah, et al., No. C10-0653 (W.D. Wash. Jan. 12, 2011) Slip opinion hosted by WSJ.com The U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington denied defendants’ motion to dismiss plaintiff Microsoft’s claims for contributory cybersquatting and contributory dilution as unrecognized by law. Cybersquatting is the practice of registering a domain name similar to a well-known ... Read More...
Posted On Feb - 14 - 2011 1 Comment READ FULL POST
By Esther Kang AOL Buys Huffington Post for $315 Million TIME reports that on Monday, AOL announced its plans to acquire The Huffington Post, a progressive Internet news site.  This move follows AOL’s acquisition of TechCrunch in September 2010.  The New York Times reports that The Huffington Post’s founder Arianna Huffington will become president and editor-in-chief of the new Huffington Post Media Group, giving her control of AOL’s news content.  AOL CEO Tim Armstrong says that “the reason AOL is ... Read More...
Posted On Feb - 12 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST
By Tim Grayson FCC Moves to Dismiss Net Neutrality Challenges As PCMag.com reports, the FCC moved to dismiss two challenges to the agency’s December 2010 adoption of controversial net neutrality rules regulating broadband and wireless networks. Verizon and MetroPCS filed suit, each claiming that the FCC lacks the authority to enforce net neutrality. The FCC’s motion to dismiss stems from a timing issue: Verizon and MetroPCS both filed suit before the new rules were published in the Federal Register. This ... Read More...
Posted On Feb - 6 - 2011 Comments Off READ FULL POST
By Matthew Becker Edited by Matt Gelfand Editorial Policy The application of copyright in the space of virtual worlds has been a subject of increasing consideration in the legal community over the past few years.[i] Literature on this subject has often centered on two focal points: the existing laws and approaches that are likely to produce successful litigation in this evolving arena; and the idea that the best approach to settling copyright disputes might be to try to find recourse ... Read More...
Posted On Dec - 26 - 2010 Comments Off READ FULL POST
By Alea Mitchell Edited by Cary Mayberger Editorial Policy Innovative hosting of user-generated content on the Internet, and a subsequent increase in unauthorized copyrighted material among this content, means reimagining copyright jurisprudence. The issue of how we protect an owner’s “exclusive” right to reproduce, distribute, and publicly perform his or her work, while not stifling advances in global communication and technology, underlies the concern in recent infringement suits brought against online hosts like YouTube, eBay, Hi5, and Veoh. See 17 ... Read More...
Posted On Dec - 17 - 2010 1 Comment READ FULL POST
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