All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Copyright Infringement’

Court Again Sides with Rosetta Stone

It was recently reported that a U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has just revived a long-standing trademark infringement case against Google Inc., filed by the language learning firm Rosetta Stone, and initially directed a district court to determine if Google had indeed infringed upon any copyrights. The case surrounds Google’s AdWords – Rosetta Stone has alleged that …

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Russia Auditing ISP’s That Host Illegal Content

Russia has established itself as a bit of a haven for cybercrime. One can quite easily buy illegal web traffic from vendors in that country, and some have recently speculated that the only reason the creators of the Carberp Trojan were arrested was because their malware was directed at Russian Nationals, instead of exclusively at outsiders, a practice the Russian …

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Rosetta Stone Still has a Case Against Google

A U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit has just revived a long-standing trademark infringement case against Google Inc., filed by the language learning firm Rosetta Stone. Back in 2009, Rosetta Stone sued Google over trademark infringement. Rosetta Stone had alleged that the search giant allowed third parties, including those involved in software piracy, to buy the right to …

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Copyright Troll Righthaven Put In Their Place

The court system is sick and tired of organizations building businesses around petty copyright infringement cases. Righthaven is an LLC that has formed just for that reason. Essentially, once a copyright has been infringed upon, online newspapers sell the rights of the articles to Righthaven so that they may pursue the matter in court without involving the original publisher. Under …

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