RIAA suit hits iMesh swap site

Fritz, Ben
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/22/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 56, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the lawsuit filed by the RIAA association against iMesh in its campaign against individual digital pirates in New York.


Related Articles

  • Trooper-Highway Patrol legal baffle takes a new turn. Stone, Tracie // New Hampshire Business Review;12/22/2006, Vol. 28 Issue 27, p1 

    The article offers information about a legal battle between the New Hampshire Troopers Association and the New Hampshire Highway Patrol Association. On September 22, 2006, the troopers filed a suit against the Patrol Association on charges of copyright and cyber-piracy regarding the use of a Web...

  • 18 retailers hit with RIAA suits. Conniff, Tamara // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;6/17/2003, Vol. 379 Issue 6, p6 

    The RIAA has filed suit against 18 retail businesses for selling pirated CDs, the trade group said. Lawsuits, which were filed last month in Texas, Florida and New York, mark the latest move by the recording industry to combat piracy and declining record sales. The RIAA began sending legal...

  • Casbaa gears up for legal clash with bars. Sudhaman, Arun // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;5/21/2004, p5 

    The Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (Casbaa) is to take legal action against hundreds of bars and public venues, which it claims are committing pay-television (TV) piracy. Many of Hong Kong's bars screen sports and other broadcasts from Thai and Philippines satellite...

  • The Day the Music Died? Kaser, Dick // Information Today;Oct2003, Vol. 20 Issue 9, p16 

    Focuses on issues concerning the music recording industry in relation to file-sharing services in the U.S., as of October 2003. Number of individuals which the Recording Industry Association of America filed copyright-infringement suits against, for illegally distributing copyrighted music...

  • MPAA to Sue Movie File Sharers. Wagner, Holly J. // Video Store Magazine;11/7/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 46, p1 

    Reports on the plan of the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and member studios to file lawsuits against people who trade movie files in violation of copyrights. Statement from MPAA president and CEO Dan Glickman about illegal movie trafficking; Objective of the civil suits planned...

  • Bainwol States Case On 'Induce' Bill. Holland, Bill // Billboard;7/31/2004, Vol. 116 Issue 31, p8 

    Reports that Mitch Bainwol, chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America, was the industry witness at the July 22, 2004 hearing regarding the Inducing Infringement of Copyrights Act in the U.S. Settlement of a copyright infringement lawsuit filed against peer-to-peer...

  • THE INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT LAWS & ITS EFFECTS. Gaudreault, AndrĂ© // Framework: The Journal of Cinema & Media;1985, Issue 29, p2 

    The article explores how copyright litigation led to a theorization of a legitimate cinematic narrative form at the colloquium Transgressions in Film and Video, organized by the Film Study Association of Canada in Toronto in June 1984. Issues related to some legal proceedings which resulted from...

  • MPAA Draws a Bead on TV Piracy. Whitney, Daisy // Television Week;5/16/2005, Vol. 24 Issue 20, p28 

    Reports on the plan of the Motion Picture Association (MPAA) of America to file lawsuits in May 2005 against online peer-to-peer file-sharing networks that illegaly trade volumes of pirated television programs in the U.S. Views of MPAA spokeswoman Kori Bernards on television piracy; Increase in...

  • Copying alert at expo.  // Cabinet Maker;04/07/2000, Issue 5182, p2 

    Reports that design protection organization ACID has warned that it will be on the look out for design piracy at the May 2000 Intohome house furnishing exhibition.


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics