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  • May 13, 2016
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Judge won’t revive Dylan Thomas copyright fight

  12 May 2016 – A New York federal judge today refused to budge from his March ruling that a British company could not use U.S. courts to sue the Welsh government and several American newspapers over tourism ads featuring photos of famed Welsh poet Dylan Thomas. U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken denied a motion […]


  • Sep 5, 2013
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Penalty of a 15-day internet suspension handed down against a peer-to-peer user by a French court last summer will not actually be enforced

    5 September 2013 – PCInpact is reporting (click here) that the penalty of a 15-day internet suspension handed down against a peer-to-peer user by a French court last summer will not actually be enforced.  After the judgment was rendered (for having failed to properly secure his internet access after having received warnings pursuant to France’s three-strike HADOPI […]


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