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Monday, January 03, 2005

RIAA infecting P2P networks then warning users about them. Meanwhile, California sets fines for infection.

Exeem. And more.

Better patents on the way?
A bizarre 'double-patent' was just created.

German court sets copyright levy on PCs.

After 50 years, the threat of losing copyright forced EMI to invest more in their works. A nice illustration of what most sensible analysis has said all along--extending copyrights beyond a certain point has negative benefit.



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