Yesterday, Rogers, Telus, Bell and Quebecor commenced an action against the copyright collective SOCAN. In the Federal Court suit Canada’s leading carriers are claiming a refund of all royalties paid to SOCAN under its Tariff 24 (Ringtone) tariffs since November, 2006.
- iBeacon: How much privacy would you give up for a coupon? http://t.co/t3YNy0jbT3 ->
- Asia Pacific updates data protection regimes http://t.co/q7Mku7PXcy ->
- Developer CEO 'liable in Germany for copyright infringement' for circumventing a TPM http://t.co/aUk5GyefDm ->
- UK police crackdown on copyright-infringing websites and ill-gotten advertising gains http://t.co/NmCuy1Vy7Q ->
- Beijing Court Finds Search Engine Baidu Guilty of Copyright Infringement http://t.co/ycQa3QlTpE ->
- India to push for freeing Internet from U.S. control http://t.co/CQmuuM6flF ->
- All spam in Canada to disappear July 1, 2014 http://t.co/brxFFtmvfo ->
- The History of Patent Licensing and Secondary Markets in Patents: An Antidote to False Rhetoric http://t.co/f01XCSZ5mo ->
- Barry`s tweats
FTC Settlement Provides Guidance Regarding an App’s Collection of Geolocation Data http://t.co/UziFDqqrjt
'Lost' Beatles Film: Sony Music Aims to Stop Lawsuit http://t.co/6tYFFfi8KT
Initiative puts squeeze on advertising revenues of copyright infringing websites http://t.co/0aEt8C38i8
Pirate Bay once again forced to change domain name http://t.co/OJMzHiV4oW
Nokia told not to spend its golden years patent trolling http://t.co/LrjkydAlCa
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