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Sony and Warner Join Universal’s Lawsuit Against Grooveshark

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Streaming music service Grooveshark may be facing their biggest battle yet as Sony & Warner have joined Universal’s lawsuit against the company. In November Vivendi SA’s Universal Music Group in the U.S. filed a lawsuit to the District Court in Manhattan. Universal claims that the Grooveshark executives personally uploaded songs to the database – which [&hellip

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Samsung Seeks to Ban iPhone 4S in France and Italy

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Less than a day after the “Let’s Talk iPhone” event and Samsung is already jabbing Apple’s newest member of the family — the iPhone 4S. Essentially, Samsung is saying that Apple’s iPhone 4S violates two patents related to Wideband Code Division Multiple Access (WCDMA) for 3G devices. The new iPhone 4S is a phone capable [&hellip

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FCC Sued Over ‘Net Neutrality’ Rules Published to The Federal Register

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That didn’t take long. Earlier in the week the FCC published their Net Neutrality rules to the Federal Register, and now it looks like the first lawsuits are beginning to trickle in as predicted. On Wednesday, the Free Press filed a lawsuit against the FCC, saying they didn’t protect wireless Internet users enough. The Net [&hellip

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FCC to Begin Enforcing Net Neutrality Rules on November 20th, 2011

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On Thursday evening the FCC submitted the final “open Internet” rules to the Federal Register to be published on Friday morning. These rules state they will go into effect on November 20th if everything goes as planned. I say planned, because our dreams of net neutrality may come at stand still until internet competitors settle [&hellip

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AT&T Fighting for Merger – T-Mobile not Worried

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As more and more people join the fight against the T-Mobile/AT&T Merger, the two telecom providers are strangely becoming more confident that the deal will go through. We’ve all heard the claims that this acquisition will reduce innovation, increase costs, and cause the loss of jobs. T-Mobile’s senior vice president of government affairs, Tom Sugrue, [&hellip

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