Judge Denies Viacom's $1 Billion Infringement Claim Against Google

Virginia Supreme Court Upholds Spammer Conviction

EFF Files Suit Against DOJ Seeking Info About Communications Between Agency and Google

RIAA Lawsuit Judge: You Have 30 Days To Provide Us With More Info

Apple In Patent Infringement Suit Over itsiTunes Allowance Plan

Unversity of Wisconsin "Badgers" Intel with Patent Infringement Suit

Payin' The Cost To See "The Boss": Woman Sues StubHub, eBay Over "Illegal" Springsteen Concert Tix Scalping

Litigant Who Is Counter-Suing RIAA Entitled To Attorney's Fees, Court Rules

iPod Surcharge in Canada? No Way, Eh

Let The Chips Brawl Where They May: It's Broadcom vs. Qualcomm- Again

Judge: Child Porn Defendant Does Not Have To Divulge PGP Passphrase

Is The RIAA Now Going After CD Rippers Who Keep To Their Own PCs?

Software Freedom Law Center Sues Verizon For Infringement Over BusyBox In FiOS

Judge Backs EFF In Telco Eavesdropping Case

Web Accessibility Suit Against U.S. Retailer Goes Forward

Jury To Music Downloading "Infringer": That'll Be $222,000!

RIAA vs. Alleged KaZaA Downloader Trial Begins

First-Ever GPL-based Lawsuit Filed

European Court Upholds Microsoft Antitrust Decision

DualCor, Intel In Trademark Duel Over Dual Core

Here Comes Sun: In Patent Row With Network Appliance

Larry Lessig: Scrape Me Off The Ceiling!

Amazon.com Sued Over Sale of Cockfighting Mags

Google, American Airlines in Keyword Trigger Lawsuit

Former RIAA Defendant Fires Back, Big Time

Class-Action Suit Claims Apple Not Forthcoming Re Battery Replacement Costs

Court Stings Qualcomm on H.264 Standards Patents

Microsoft Wins Infringement Decision Against Alcatel-Lucent

eBay's Day In Court: You Win One, You Lose One

Thanks to the Supreme Court, Say Goodbye To Slashed Prices on Gizmos

Judge: More Info Might Help in Google vs. Microsoft desktop search dispute

ITC Rejects Broadcom's Infringement Injunction Plea

Student Files Lawsuit Against RIAA File Swap Discovery Process

eBay's "Buy It Now" Option's Patent Infringement Woes Pop Up Again

Teacher Convicted On Classroom Porn Charges Gets New Trial

Florida Woman Countersues RIAA for trespass, conspiracy, extortion, etc.

Nokia Hit With Patent Infringement Suit

E-gold Doesn't Glitter With a U.S. Grand Jury

Google States Its Case In Verizon-YouTube Infringement Suit

U.S. Supreme Court Rules for Microsoft in Patent Dispute with AT&T

Google to battle Utah's Trademark Protection Act

RIAA Infringement Suit: The Party Who Was Sued Is Fighting Back

Indiana Court: Cussing Out Your Principal On MySpace Is Protected Speech

As Licensing Agreements Expire Today, Nokia, Qualcomm Escalate Patent War

Microsoft Hit With Suit About "Vista-Capable" Branding Practices

EFF, Lessig On Google's/YouTube's Side In Viacom Suit

Viacom Sues Google/YouTube for $1 billion

Court Dismisses Speech-To-Text Infringement Claim Against Microsoft

EFF Uses FOIA Sues DOJ For Electronic Surveillance Program

Microsoft-Alcatel Patent Dispute Could Have Additional Implications

EFF Enters Google "Sponsored Links" Trademarks Dispute

Supreme Court Appears Leaning Microsoft's Way in AT&T Patent Dispute

Judge Says RIAA Owes Wrongfully Charged Downloader 50K

File Format Trademark Infringement Dispute Between Autodesk and Open Design Alliance Set for January Hearing

Sued By RIAA, Kazaa User Now Sues Kazaa

U.S. Court sides with Web-based real-estate agents in MLS dispute

Court rules against anti-spam activist

Supreme Court hears telco anti-trust arguments

EFF files brief against Stored Communications Act

ABC-TV withdraws court challenge to FCC for "indecent" lanugage

More details emerge in California online free speech ruling

CBS challenging FCC indency fine: and the questions it raises for online

Arguments Continue In COPA Trial

California Supreme Court backs websites on "libelous" content

Universal Music Sues MySpace for copyright infringement

Wireless LAN patent ruling could be ominous for WLAN vendors

Court absolves craigslist in housing bias controversy

At FTC's behest, court shuts down malware operation

Study refutes AG: not as much porn on the Internet as you might think