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# Copyright

All time
Singing Hallelujah priest's video removed from YouTube after 32 million hits
EU Court of Justice rules that ISPs can be forced to block copyright-infringing sites
Android pirates plead guilty in first counterfeit apps case
Playboy suing Harper's Bazaar for linking to Kate Moss pics
Take an inside peek inside one of Google's most controversial projects
'It wasn’t SOPA, we were not doing SOPA': Sherlock defends controversial copyright law
Beastie Boys 'Girls' taken off viral video after objection
Google wins sweeping court ruling and the right to scan 'millions of books'
Release a song? You can now receive royalties for 70 years
Proposals on new online copyright laws presented to Government
Aaron McKenna: Thanks to the government, internet censorship is alive and well
Aaron McKenna
Supreme Court: Eircom can continue 'three strikes' policy on illegal downloading
Happy Birthday to... who? Song sparks copyright row in US
Harper Lee sues agent's son-in-law over copyright of To Kill a Mockingbird
It's official: copyright on the National Anthem has ended
Oireachtas to question newspapers over 'paying for linking'
NNI: No objection to newspaper content "being used for personal use"
China court orders Apple to pay compensation for copyright violation
Here are our top 10 most shared articles on Facebook in 2012
Here are our top 10 most tweeted articles in 2012
ACTA is dead: EU abandons referral to top court for ruling
Record labels file suit against Irish ISPs
Why a Nike case could make retailers afraid to file trademark suits
Apple ordered to pay $368 million in patent case
Japan introduces new illegal downloading laws with prison terms
First person jailed in UK for linking to pirated copies of TV shows and films
Google says book-scanning project is 'not a substitute' for books
Apple ordered to run ads admitting Samsung did not copy the iPad
Piracy case against megaupload founder is a threat to internet innovation, says Apple's Wozniak
Wikipedia founder starts campaign to stop student being extradited to US
Controversial anti-piracy pact rejected by key European parliament committee
Chinese man fakes an entire bank
How to... patent an invention
What the Blooming hell is going on today?
Brussels launches EU-wide public consultation on internet copyright enforcement
TDs, tech and legal experts seek to crowdsource copyright review submission
Google releases data on copyright infringement reports
Titanic 3D "had no permission" to use Picasso painting
Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' to be republished in 2015