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Washington, D.C., is a coin-operated world where lobbyists insert their nickels and politicians sing their song. Nobody is more in tune with the game than the music industry.
It's a wildly popular website laden with unlicensed songs and Hollywood movies, a prime exhibit of the digital piracy that is strangling the music industry in Asia and eroding legitimate online sales around the world.
Google's Internet search engine receives more complaints about websites believed to be infringing on Microsoft's copyrights than it does about material produced by entertainment companies pushing for tougher online piracy laws.
A former Boston University student who was ordered to pay $675,000 for illegally downloading and sharing 30 songs on the Internet says he will continue fighting the penalty, despite the Supreme Court's refusal Monday to hear his appeal.
The Supreme Court has refused to take up a Boston University student's constitutional challenge of a $675,000 penalty for illegally downloading 30 songs and sharing them on the Internet.
In public relations work, you never want yourself or your firm to be the story. Hilary Rosen, a highly paid flack with a history of putting out fires, must have learned that lesson at some point. Why she ignored it during her ill-advised attack on motherhood is hard to say.
In public relations work, you quickly discover that the Hippocratic oath applies: First, do no harm.
Country singer Garth Brooks - the second-best-selling solo artist of all time, according to the Recording Industry Association of America - recently made headlines for another reason when he sued his hometown hospital for accepting his charitable donation without fulfilling its promise.
Ukrainian authorities have shut down a popular file-sharing website saying it violates copyright laws, officials said Wednesday.