Dec. 8, 2005 Italian Law Forces Cybercafe Owners to Take Names (Associated Press)
Nov. 30, 2005 Intellectual Property Issues Kept Off WSIS Agenda (
Oct. 26, 2005 Expert: Bit-Torrent Conviction Unlikely to be Copied in US (
July 26, 2005 Industry, Non-Profits Advise Negotiators on WIPO Development Agenda (
July 23, 2005 USA gegen entwicklungspolitische Ausrichtung der WIPO
July 7, 2005 Policy On Personal Data For Website Owners Debated At ICANN (
July 4, 2005 WIPO Takes Broadcasting Treaty Negotiation Outside Geneva (
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 (
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 (
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 (
July 6, 2004: Music Downloaders Hit with Acronyn Cacophy (
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 (
Mar. 10, 2004: European Parliament approves Enforcement Directive (OUT-LAW.COM)
Mar. 10, 2004: Controversial piracy legislation gets EU thumbs-up (
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 (
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” (
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
Dec. 5, 2003: Jon Johansen re-trial begins in Oslo Appeals Court (
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 (
Oct. 28, 2003: Feds Grant DMCA Exceptions (John Borland, C|NET
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” (
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 (
August 17, 2003: Lobby Groups Attack IP Enforcement Law (Stephanie Bodoni, Legal Media Group)
August 13, 2003: Noch schärferes Urheberecht für Europa? [German] (
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 (
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 (
August 11, 2003: EU IP Enforcement Directive Criticized (
July 25, 2003: Verisign Loses Appeal in Dispute Over Address (Howard Mintz, The Mercury News)
July 18, 2003: Les Rencontres du logiciel libre ont fait le plein à Metz [French] (Thierry Noisette,
June 30, 2003: File Swappers Defy RIAA (Lindsay Martell, TechTV)
June 18, 2003: Is Hatch a Software Pirate? (Richard Koman,
June 13, 2003: Steamy Battle Over (
June 12, 2003: Supreme Court Ends Battle (Thor Olavsrud,
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 (
Jan. 23, 2003: Digital Rights Under Fire (Lisa M. Bowman, C|Net
Jan. 8, 2003: Norway Piracy Case Brings Activists Hope (Lisa M. Bowman, C|NET
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)