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by Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday, a district judge for the United States District Court of the Southern District of New York rejected a $125 million class action settlement agreement regarding Google Books between Google and a wide array of … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer The last few months have been one giant headache for cell phone manufacturers and service providers and one giant victory for consumers. On June 15, San Francisco passed a city ordinance requiring all cell phone retailers … Continue reading
by Matthew L. Schafer Just over three years after Viacom International filed a complaint against Youtube, Inc. for allegedly infringing on Viacom’s copyrighted material, Youtube was handed a victory by a federal court. In the Opinion and Order of the … Continue reading