A Swedish court on Friday found the four operators of the Pirate Bay file-sharing site guilty of accessory to copyright infringement and sentenced each to one year in prison.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Artist Shepard Fairey responded to AP's lawsuit against him for using one of their images for the iconic Barack Obama "Hope" poster by accusing the…
The widow of sci-fi scribe Philip K. Dick has sued the production arm of the estate and several other entities, alleging her rights to proceeds from "Ubik" and "A Scanner Darkly" were violated.
I've been at jury duty this morning, so a little late and light today on postings…
When the Tribeca Film Festival opens next week, one of the most anticipated of the documentaries will be "The Lost Son of Havana," about Major League baseball legend Luis Tiant's emotional return to…
Media conglom Usen plans to reduce a quarter of its workforce by August 2010, including offering early retirement to 600 staffers.
Todd Amorde has resigned in the first significant staff departure since David White took over.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Today's tea parties are either (a) a sign of a new kind of populist revolt, or (b) the craziest of the right fringe unable to cope with the country'…