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Google's YouTube again beats Viacom in copyright case

A federal judge has again thrown out Viacom Inc's copyright infringement lawsuit against Google Inc over the latter's YouTube service, a year after a federal appeals court had revived the case.

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Under Armour, Victoria’s Secret: Intellectual Property

A successful patent challenge the coupon website Groupon Inc. brought against Mobgob LLC and CY Technology Troup LLC was confirmed by a federal appeals court.

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Federal appeals court broadly sides with artist Daniel Moore against University of Alabama

The court, however, has sent back to a lower court for further review the question of whether Moore's sale of mugs, cups and other products with images on them violated licensing agreements. Disputed issues of fact on that issue remain, the court says.

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Viacom’s YouTube Suit Back in Play

Viacom’s five-year-old,billion-dollar lawsuit againstYouTube has been given newlife by a federal appeals court? in a ruling that could changehow Internet sites must complywith digital copyright law.

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YouTube court suit reinstated

A federal appeals court revived a five-year-old copyright case against YouTube on Thursday, finding that a jury might conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the distribution of videos of popular television shows and other programs.

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Ruling In Youtube Case Could Open New Legal Attacks: Attorney

A federal appeals court decision overturning a lower court's order that granted YouTube blanket protection under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act could lead to a "new way to attack" content-sharing services and force them to change their practices to comply with the law, according to intellectual property attorney Hillel Parness.

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Copyright Suit Against Youtube Will Proceed

A federal appeals court revived a 5-year-old copyright case against YouTube on Thursday, finding that a jury might conclude that the online video service knew it was infringing rights when it allowed the distribution of videos of popular television shows and other programs.

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