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Oracle loses massive fair use case against Google, Android

Oracle loses massive fair use case against Google, Android For the past six years, Oracle has pursued copyright and patent infringement claims against Google over the use of Java APIs within Android.Over the last few weeks, Oracle and Google have been tied up in court over whether or not Google’s use of the Java API could be considered fair use or not.

InternetNZ says TPP's 'digital locks' will stifle innovation

InternetNZ says TPP's 'digital locks' will stifle innovation Under the TPP agreement, New Zealand's copyright laws will change as all country member must share regulations on intellectual property issues.The TPP will make New Zealand's copyright laws less fair - but Parliament can amend this draft legislation to minimise the damage," says Jordan Carter, InternetNZ CEO.

Getty Images sued for $1 billion by one very generous photographer

Getty Images sued for $1 billion by one very generous photographer ” Now, she’s suing Getty Images for $1 billion over unauthorized use of those photos.Right on the Library of Congress website, Highsmith’s photos are listed as being in the public domain.

Two rappers are claiming Snoop Dogg's 'Ain't No Fun' is a ripoff

Two rappers are claiming Snoop Dogg's  'Ain't No Fun' is a ripoff Dre, Warren G, Suge Knight and Kurupt are all being sued by two rappers who claim that "Ain't No Fun (If the Homies Can't Have None)," off 1993's Doggystyle, is a ripoff.In a lawsuit filed on Thursday claiming copyright and fraud, Craig Ward and Antonio White say that the now-famous hook originally appeared on their own song called "Ain't No Fun," which was intended to appear on their album Volume 1 — Out to Get a Grip.

New EU rules decree free, public 100Mbps Wi-Fi in every town in Europe

New EU rules decree free, public 100Mbps Wi-Fi in every town in Europe According to the president of the EU’s executive body, Jean-Claude Juncker, the EU is in trouble.Between the refugees and the terrorists and the finances, Juncker says, the EU is facing an “existential crisis,” and what Europe really needs right now is… more internet.