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April 9, 2010 FindLaw.com Weekly Document Newsletter

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  • F.C.C. (and Net Neutrality Supporters) Lose Case Against Comcast
  • Photogs Sue Google, Charging Copyright Infringment
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F.C.C. (and Net Neutrality Supporters) Lose Case Against Comcast
COMCAST CORP. V. FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMM'N, ET AL.
(D.C. Cir., Apr. 6, 2010) - A federal appeals court dealt a blow to 'Net Neutrality' supporters today by concluding that the Federal Communications Commission (F.C.C.) lacks the legal authority to manage the network practices of internet service providers. Read more...

Photogs Sue Google, Charging Copyright Infringment
AMERICAN SOCIETY OF MEDIA PHOTOGRAPHERS, ET AL. V. GOOGLE, INC.
(U.S. Dist. Ct., S.D.N.Y., Apr. 7, 2010) - The American Society of Media Photographers, a photographers' trade association, filed a class action copyright infringement lawsuit against Google today, charging the search engine with failing to obtain legal authorization from the group's member photographers before scanning, reproducing, and storing their work on Google's Library Project. Read more...



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