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MPAA seeks re-education and not new legislation to fight piracy
The MPAA is interested in shifting focus to re-educate Internet users, rather than punish them by dragging them into court.
MPAA wins $80 million settlement in suit against Hotfile
File sharing site Hotfile.com ordered to pay MPAA $80 million in lawsuit.
Study says illegal music sharing decreased 17% in 2012
Number of users engaging in illegal P2P file sharing fell 17% year-over-year.
CBS forced to respond to injunction that prevents CNET from talking torrents
CNET prevented from talking about torrents due to injunction.
Google-commissioned survey shows that US P2P users buy 30 % more music, another study showing P2P users not bad
A Google-commissioned study shows that US P2P users buy more music than non-P2P users.
Counting Crows releases album through BitTorrent in advance of a concert tour
Counting Crows releases songs from new album through BitTorrent in advance of concert tour.
MPAA sues LimeWire, starts digging at their grave
LimeWire gets sued by the MPAA, even when they don't exist anymore.
Compro Brings Its Newest IP60 HD/Megapixel IP Network Camera with P2P Networking Engine
Newzbin is Down: This Time for Good
New Usenet Indexers Taking Over the Sea.
Skype could lose license to core code
Service cannot work without it.
Sensitive Documents leak to P2P again
Motorcade Routes and First Family Safe House.
EU looking to revamp internet downloading rules
Could be something interesting.
US President Obama Takes up MPAA and RIAA Flag
Wants Spain to Change Piracy Laws.
Pirate Bay Four Found Guilty
But the Jolly Roger still flies.
Metallica Pirates Their Own Music
Grass really is greener on the other side.
RIAA loses appeal over mistrial
New trial set against single mom.
RIAA to drop the use of Lawsuits
Finds new way to.
RIAA Wins Default Judgment from 19 Year Old Girl
They Must be So Proud.
P2P Lawsuits May be Based on Unconstitutional Laws
US Courts used as "Low-Grade Collection Agencies"