MySpace isn’t Mommy

A FEDERAL judge in Texas delivered an important message this week about the responsibilities of Web sites and their users, ruling that MySpace.com should not be penalized for an alleged sexual assault involving two people who met through the popular online service. Striking an appropriate balance, the decision doesnt give sites carte blanche to ignore …

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Apple iPhone Copied LG Prada, Not Other Way Around

It seems that the Apple iPhone has stirred up just as much controversy as it has created buzz around the produce-inspired company. According to Woo-Young Kwak, Head of Mobile Handset R&D at LG, Apple copied their LG Prada phone. Now, I’m not the first to say that Apple didn’t create anything particularly new with the …

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Google Found Guilty by Brussels Court of Copyright Violation

According to a Brussels court ruling Google had violated copyright laws by publishing links on it’s Google News site to articles on a Belgian newspapers website without permission. The court has ruled that Google must pay 25,000 euros, or $32,600, for each day it displayed content from the plaintiff publications in violation of copyright. Google …

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