Yahoo Settles Copyright Dispute With Singapore Media Co.

Law360, New York (September 30, 2013, 5:04 PM EDT) -- Yahoo Inc. has reached a settlement with media outlet Singapore Press Holdings Ltd. to resolve a copyright infringement lawsuit claiming the search giant used SPH's content without permission, both companies said Monday.

In a joint statement released by SPH, the companies said they had "reached an amicable settlement" in the dispute in which Yahoo acknowledges that its employees "reproduced content from SPH's newspapers without SPH's approval."

"As publishers, Yahoo companies strive to respect the intellectual property rights of others wherever they do business," the statement said....
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