Disney Sues Redbox Over Sale of Movie Download Codes

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Business Movies Tech Business THR OnlineThe DVD kiosk rental company allegedly disassembles a product package and then sells codes separately in what Disney asserts is a violation of copyright law. read more. THR, Esq.

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New litigation campaign quietly targets tens of thousands of movie downloaders

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By Eriq Gardner EXCLUSIVE: In what may be a sign of things to come, more than 20,000 individual movie torrent downloaders have been sued in the past few weeks in Washington D.C. federal court for copyright infringement. A handful of.

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On the first day of a major federal crackdown on movie piracy, United States officials seized the domain names of nine websites offering illegal movie downloads. Officials, however, are committed to sustaining the effort to stop the hundreds of websites engaged in movie piracy.

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Copyright Group launches attack on movie downloaders. In the news. Major Internet players and civil liberties groups form Digital Due Process coalition to update privacy laws. As sign of what’s to come, U.S.

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

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They also said Google supplied them with keywords, including terms such as “bootleg movie download,&# “pirated,&# and “download harry potter movie,&# which boosted traffic to their sites , according to people familiar with the case. Is that a conclusion logically drawn from the billions of downloads of illegal content?

One Bad Apple: The Complete Checklist on Google’s “Non Anti-Piracy” Anti-Piracy Policies

Music Technology Policy

They also said Google supplied them with keywords, including terms such as “bootleg movie download,” “pirated,” and “download harry potter movie,” which boosted traffic to their sites , according to people familiar with the case. Is that a conclusion logically drawn from the billions of downloads of illegal content? Written by Chris Castle.