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IS THE PLAINTIFF A BULLY? SURE SEEMS SO...
Judge tosses lawyer's defamation suit against City Pages

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"In a sharply worded order, a Florida judge ruled against the lawyer of an anti-gay Minnesota preacher after the attorney brought a defamation suit against the City Pages newspaper."

NOT FACT-CHECKING A STORY CAN BE EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE!
Fraternity Says It Will 'Pursue All Legal Action' Against Rolling Stone

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"Phi Kappa Psi fraternity says its plans to pursue 'all available legal action' against Rolling Stone over what it said was 'reckless reporting' of UVA rape story."

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT CAN ALSO BE EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE!
Rovio awarded $4.2 million in copyright case

http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2 ... right-case
"Toy Amazon Corporation ordered to pay up after failing to attend the court hearing."

GOOGLE COULD BE FINED 10% OF THEIR ANNUAL REVENUES
Google braces itself for £4bn fine as Europe prepares to file anti-competition lawsuit against the internet giant

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... z3WeTu4VK2
"If found to have been behaving unfairly, Google could be fined ten per cent of its annual revenues, which would be more than £4 billion based on last year's performance."

IF YOU VIOLATE COPYRIGHT LAW, YOUR VICTIM DESERVES TO KNOW YOUR NAME!
Australia judge disclosing alleged Internet pirates' details

http://www.hometownstations.com/story/2 ... es-details
"Internet providers lost an Australian court battle on Tuesday to keep secret the names of Internet users suspected of illegally downloading Hollywood movie 'Dallas Buyers Club' over file-sharing networks."


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