Last week, the U.S. Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals released its opinion in the Flava Works, Inc, v Gunter dba myVidster 2012 WL 3124826 (7th.Cir. Aug 2, 2012) case. The central issue was whether Flava Works, the owner of copyrights in videos, was entitled to a preliminary injunction against the social video bookmarking service myVidster. The injunction which had been granted by the District Court was vacated.
Archive for the ‘hyperlinking liability’ category
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- Dish Wins Tentative Ruling Over Fox in AutoHop Litigation http://t.co/LvwuryigKX ->
- Google Tests New Ads Aimed at Reducing Content Piracy http://t.co/YEwae3a3FE ->
- Dotcom's claims don't have 'an air of reality' http://t.co/yV6MAcV2LC ->
- Courts Weigh in on the Protection of Software Code http://t.co/xhvO0u9KGt ->
- Google Makes It Easy to Illegally Download 60% of Top-Selling Albums http://t.co/jEx3ZJBcEN ->
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