The attorney for Cindy Lee Garcia, the actress who sued Google to try to force YouTube to take down the “Innocence of Muslims” video, is unlikely to appeal a 9th Circuit decision reversing an earlier…
Innocence Of Muslims
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has reversed a prior ruling and sided with Google in the ongoing dispute over whether YouTube was obligated to take down the inflammatory “Innocence of Muslims”…
SAG-AFTRA and other performers unions are weighing in on a lawsuit in which actress Cindy Lee Garcia’s is seeking to force YouTube to remove the inflammatory “Innocence of Muslims” video that…
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Netflix, Facebook and Twitter are among the companies siding with Google as it defends itself against an actress’ effort to force YouTube to remove the inflammatory “Innocence of Muslims” video that…
The inflammatory “Innocence of Muslims” video generated international headlines when it was the source of Muslim protests in 2012, but it also triggered a legal tangle that Google argued threatened…
As Google and other Silicon Valley firms decry an appellate court ruling holding that an actress had a copyright interest in her performance, enough to force YouTube to remove an inflammatory…
Google is fighting back against the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals’ unexpected ruling in favor of an actress who appeared in the “Innocence of Muslims” video that sparked protests in the Muslim world…
KARACHI-- The Pakistan government blocked access to YouTube again Saturday, hours after it had lifted a ban on the site for carrying blasphemous material.
Iran has launched its own version of YouTube in an apparent reaction to the mayhem sparked by "The Innocence of Muslims" and the use of social media by the country's opposition.
A federal court has rejected a thesp's effort to compel YouTube to take down "Innocence of Muslims," the film that sparked protests in the Middle East.
A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge on Thursday denied an actress's effort to compel YouTube to remove the incendiary anti-Muslim video in which she appears.