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The Supreme Court’s ruling on Aereo may have done little to shift the media landscape from the status quo, but some Capitol Hill lawmakers say the decision shows the need to update copyright and…
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Owners of DVDs, CDs and other goods will have complete leeway to resell lawfully made goods at swap meets, on eBay or in stores, even if they were originally purchased abroad. On Tuesday, the Supreme…
The Supreme Court's ruling on Monday that violent videogames are a protected form of free speech comes as a relief not just to the gaming industry but to the rest of Hollywood.
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