Dec. 8, 2005 Italian Law Forces Cybercafe Owners to Take Names (Associated Press)
Nov. 30, 2005 Intellectual Property Issues Kept Off WSIS Agenda (IP-Watch.org)
Oct. 26, 2005 Expert: Bit-Torrent Conviction Unlikely to be Copied in US (TechNewsWorld.com)
July 26, 2005 Industry, Non-Profits Advise Negotiators on WIPO Development Agenda (IP-Watch.org)
July 23, 2005 USA gegen entwicklungspolitische Ausrichtung der WIPO [German] (Heise Online)
July 7, 2005 Policy On Personal Data For Website Owners Debated At ICANN (IP-Watch.org)
July 4, 2005 WIPO Takes Broadcasting Treaty Negotiation Outside Geneva (IP-Watch.org)
May 25, 2005 Nokia Yields Patents to Linux Kernal (BetaNews)
May 13, 2005 Wine Project Enlists Legal Backing (BetaNews)
Nov. 22, 2004 WIPO Broadcasting Treaty Discussions end in Controversy, Confusion (IP-Watch.org)
Nov. 22, 2004 Broadcasting Treaty will Subvert Rights of Creators, Say Critics (OUT-LAW.COM)
Aug. 18, 2004 Interview with IPJ Board Member John Gilmore (Greplaw.org)
Aug. 4, 2004 International Broadcasting Rules to be Updated (The European IP Bulletin)
July 11, 2004: MIP Unveils 50 Top IP Figures: Names Robin Gross of IP Justice (LegalMediaGroup.com)
July 6, 2004: Music Downloaders Hit with Acronyn Cacophy (CNN.com)
June 10, 2004: Proposal Would Extend Broadcasters’ Rights (Associated Press)
June 10, 2004: Il WIPO Pensa Ad un DMCA Mondiale [Italian] (Punto Informatico)
June 8, 2004: United Nations’ Broadcast Copyright Plan “Bad Science” (The Inquirer UK)
May 31, 2004: Italy’s Online Piracy Law: Debate Over Tough Steps (International Herald Tribune)
May 28, 2004: Italy Passes Tough Internet Piracy Law (Associated Press)
May 20, 2004: IP Justice on Software patents: ‘A really bad idea’ (ZDNet UK)
Mar. 10, 2004: Proprietà intellettuale, la UE approva [Italian] (Punto Informatico)
Mar. 10, 2004: EU Passes Nasty IP Law (Slashdot.org)
Mar. 10, 2004: European Parliament approves Enforcement Directive (OUT-LAW.COM)
Mar. 10, 2004: Controversial piracy legislation gets EU thumbs-up (Silicon.com)
Mar. 10, 2004: EU copyright-law compromise (Macworld Daily News)
Mar. 9, 2004: EU tightens rules on piracy (The Register UK)
Mar. 9, 2004: MEPs wave through IP rights enforcement (The Register UK)
Mar. 9, 2004: Europe Moves to Crack Down on Pirates (Scotsman.com)
Mar. 3, 2004: Kill the EU IP Rights Enforcement Bill! (The Register UK)
Mar. 3, 2004: The Nuclear Weapon of Digital Rights Law: Europe Set to Establish Restrictive Copyright Legislation (ABC News / PC Magazine)
Mar. 2, 2004: EU plans “nuclear weapon of IP laws” (AfterDawn.com)
Mar. 1, 2004: The Nuclear Weapon of Digital Rights Law (Infoshop News)
Feb. 28, 2004: DVD copiers win big in state court ruling: Encryption code said to have lost trade secret status (San Francisco Chronicle)
Feb. 26, 2004: EU anti-piracy directive heads for final vote (ZDNet UK)
Feb. 10, 2004: When the US says jump, we say…. (ZDNet Australia)
Jan. 6, 20034: Piracy Ruling is Music to Ears of Two (The News Observer, North Carolina)
Jan. 5, 2004: DVD security cracker wins appeal in Norway (OUT-LAW.COM)
Dec. 28, 2003: Will DVD acquittal mean tougher copyright laws? (ZDNet News)
Dec. 24, 2003: Will DVD acquittal mean tougher copyright laws? (C|Net News.com)
Dec. 5, 2003: Jon Johansen re-trial begins in Oslo Appeals Court (SoftwareMusicMachine.com)
Dec. 8, 2003: Witness phase of DVD Jon’s DeCSS trial ends today (The Inquirer UK)
Dec. 2, 2003: Prosecutors Try Again for Norwegian DVD Jon (Tech News World)
Dec. 2, 2003: Hacker Enters Not Guilty Plea (Wired News)
Dec. 2, 2003: DeCSS: Jon Johansen Retrial Begins (Legal Media Group)
Dec. 2, 2003: DVD Jon fights DeCSS appeal (ZDNet)
Oct. 29, 2003: Consumers Left Out in the Cold (Legal Media Group)
Oct. 29, 2003: US Library of Congress Attacked for Failing to Protect Consumers (The Inquirer UK)
Oct. 28, 2003: US Librarian of Congress Posts DMCA Exemptions (Slashdot.org)
Oct. 28, 2003: Feds Grant DMCA Exceptions (John Borland, C|NET News.com)
Oct. 27, 2003: How the web turned into a minefield (Guardian UK)
Oct. 22, 2003: Le Americhe contro il P2P [Italian] (Punto Informatico)
Oct. 20, 2003: “FTAA Treaty Threatens Innovation” (Slashdot.org)
Oct. 20, 2003: International treaty will force 34 democracies to change copyright, IP laws (The Inquirer UK)
Oct. 14, 2003: Techsploitation: Who Owns Your Thoughts? (Annalee Newitz, San Francisco Bay Guardian)
Oct. 5, 2003: Richtlinie zum Schutz der Rechte an geistigem Eigentum auf Abwegen [German] (Matthias Hannich, Heise Online)
Sept. 15, 2003: Ukrainian – Digital Battle in the European Union [Ukrainian] (BBC Ukrainian)
Sept. 15, 2003: Rimandato il voto sulla Euro-DMCA [Italian] ( Punto Informatico)
Sept. 4, 2003: Wir Werden Gewinnen [German] (Matthias Spielkamp, die Tageszeitung)
Sept. 2, 2003: Should You Be Scared of the RIAA? (Omari Taylor, Mjuice)
Sept. 1, 2003: Digital Content Protection: Decrypting CSS (Don Labriola, ExtremeTech)
August 18, 2003: Fighting the EU IP Enforcement Directive / Campaign for an Open Digital Environment (Indymedia.org.uk)
August 17, 2003: Lobby Groups Attack IP Enforcement Law (Stephanie Bodoni, Legal Media Group)
August 13, 2003: Noch schärferes Urheberecht für Europa? [German] (PCtip.ch)
August 13, 2003: Bürgerrechtler protestieren gegen EU-Richtlinie zum Schutz geistigen Eigentums [German] (Heise Online)
August 12, 2003: New Lobby Group To Fight EU Intellectual Property Directive (Internet-magazine.com)
August 12, 2003: IP Enforcement Directive “like DMCA on steroids” (OUT-LAW.COM)
August 11, 2003: Group Warns of Europe’s ‘DMCA on Steroids’ (Matthew Broersma, ZDNet UK)
August 11, 2003: EU’s Intellectual Property Enforcement Directive (P2pnet.net)
August 11, 2003: EU IP Enforcement Directive Criticized (Slashdot.org)
July 25, 2003: Verisign Loses Appeal in Dispute Over sex.com Address (Howard Mintz, The Mercury News)
July 18, 2003: Les Rencontres du logiciel libre ont fait le plein à Metz [French] (Thierry Noisette, ZDNet.fr)
June 30, 2003: File Swappers Defy RIAA (Lindsay Martell, TechTV)
June 18, 2003: Is Hatch a Software Pirate? (Richard Koman, ONLamp.com)
June 13, 2003: Steamy sex.com Battle Over (Theage.com.au)
June 12, 2003: Supreme Court Ends Sex.com Battle (Thor Olavsrud, internetnews.com)
May 19, 2003: Has Copyright Law Met Its Match? (Elsa Wenzel, Medill News Service)
May 2, 2003: Anti-piracy laws backed by movie studios criticized as overly broad (Associated Press)
April 25, 2003: LA Federal Judge Rules Morpheus, Grokster Not Liable for Piracy (Associated Press)
April 24, 2003: Copyright, da oggi norme più severe e prezzi in aumento per i cd vergini [Italian] (La Stampa)
April 23, 2003: US Security Developer Snared In Legal Tar Pit: An open-source security app may be the first victim of so-called super-DMCA laws (George V. Hulm, Information Week)
April 23, 2003: Calcio-spettacolo e diritto di cronaca [Italian] (Daniele Coliva, InterLex)
March 4, 2003: Norway Court to Rehear Case Over DVD Software (Erik Gruenwedel, Billboard)
Feb. 28, 2003: IP Justice, contro questo copyright [Italian] (Punto Informatico)
Feb. 28, 2003: Ai cittadini del mondo [Italian] (Quinostato)
Feb. 20, 2003: O’Reilly: “Robin Gross Seeks International Intellectual Property Justice” (Richard Koman, O’Reilly Network)
Jan. 24, 2003: Slashdot Thread on IP Justice (Slashdot.org)
Jan. 23, 2003: Digital Rights Under Fire (Lisa M. Bowman, C|Net News.com)
Jan. 8, 2003: Norway Piracy Case Brings Activists Hope (Lisa M. Bowman, C|NET News.com)
Jan. 7, 2003: Norwegian Teen Acquitted of DVD Piracy (Doug Mellgren, ABC News)
Jan. 7, 2003: Norway Teen Cleared of Hollywood Piracy Charges (Inger Sethov and Sue Zeidler, Norway)
Dec. 21, 2002: Critics Weigh In on Copyright Act (Joanna Glasner, Wired News)
Dec 17, 2002: Russian group cleared in digital test case (Patti Waldmeir, Financial Times)