Tag: copyright laws
UK music bodies hit back after private copying exception
There’s a new row brewing within the UK music industry over recent changes to copyright laws – and specifically the private copying exception that finally made it legal for people to copy music for private use. UK Music,...
November 30, 2014
RIAA slams lawyer Nesson over “three-ring circus” defence
Harvard law professor Charles Nesson has been making waves recently with his unorthodox (to say the least) defence strategy in the file-sharing lawsuit against Joel Tenenbaum.
June 1, 2009
Swedish Pirate Party targets European Parliament elections
It might have only been set up in 2006, but the Swedish Pirate Party plans to field 20 candidates at the upcoming European Parliament elections on a simple manifesto: reform copyright laws, abolish patents and ditch all attempts...
March 16, 2009