Rachel Bovard: Oracle Case ‘Poster Child’ for Google’s Anticompetitive Behavior

The Internet Accountability Project (IAP) filed an amicus curiae brief with the Supreme Court on Tuesday for the Oracle v. Google case, contending that Google illegally copied thousands of Oracle’s copyrighted code. IAP senior fellow Rachel Bovard told Breitbart News that this instance serves as a “poster child” for Google’s anticompetitive practices. 

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Vatican Hires Lawyers to Protect Pope’s Image

VATICAN CITY (AP) – God’s love may be free, but the Vatican says it has a copyright on the pope. Unnerved by the proliferation of papal-themed T-shirts, snow globes and tea towels around the world, the Vatican has warned it

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Kim Dotcom Loses Extradition Case

A New Zealand judge has ruled that the MegaUpload owner Kim Dotcom, along with three of his colleagues, will be eligible for extradition to the United States


European Commission Plots Web-Breaking Copyright Reform

The European Commission, the most powerful body in the EU, is planning web regulation described by one politician as “its most dangerous yet.” Draft documents, leaked by bloggers, shows the Commission planning to regulate hyperlinks, one of the foundational forms of communication on the web.

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