After suffering a bruising court battle last month, the music biz is back on the offensive in its crusade to stop online music swapping.
In the first battle of what looks to be a coming war, online CD retailer CDWow settled out of court Wednesday with trade org the British Phonographic Industry over allegations of illegal parallel…
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The Canadian Film and Television Production Assn. and the Writers Guild of Canada have appointed new presidents.
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A Toronto court threw out a C$55 million ($42.2 million) defamation suit Monday filed against the heirs of "Anne of Green Gables" author Lucy Maude Montgomery.