(A) The following property is subject to forfeiture to the United States:
"(i) Any copies or phonorecords of a live musical performance described in subsection (a) (1) that are made without the consent of the performer or performers involved, and any plates, molds, matrices, masters, tapes, and film negatives by means of which such copies or phonorecords may be made.
"(ii) Any property constituting or derived from any proceeds obtained directly or indirectly as a result of a violation of subsection (a).
"(iii) Any property used, or intended to be used, to commit or facilitate the commission of a violation of subsection (a) that is owned or predominantly controlled by the violator or by a person conspiring with or aiding and abetting the violator in committing the violation." top
JoeSchmoe999 (782579) writes "Researchers at Penn State University have created Proactive Worm Containment. This watches network activity and pounces on abnormal activity based upon the number of connections and frequency of connections both internal to the network and leaving the network. In addition, if it makes a mistake, it can quickly undo it's blocking." top
JoeSchmoe999 (782579) writes "Robert Santangelo who is the 16 yr old son of Michelle Santangelo (who succesfully fought off a RIAA lawsuit) has filed counter charges against the MPAA and all of the associated recording companies claiming that they are in colusion to violate anti-trust laws.
JoeSchmoe999 (782579) writes "Scotty Richter is being sued again, this time by MySpace.
The "Spam King" has been using phished MySpace accounts to spam 'bulletins' to MySpace members.
MySpace is looking for a permanent injunction barring Scotty, his company, and any affiliated companies from the online community as well as monetary awards.
This article has more information on this suit.
Could this be in violation of his settlement with NY Attorney General Spitzer seen
here ?" top
JoeSchmoe999 (782579) writes "A bill radically redefining and expanding the government's ability to eavesdrop and search the houses of U.S. citizens without court approval passed a key Senate committee Wednesday, and may be voted on by the full Senate as early as this week.