Controversial decision would block online piracy of digital TV broadcasts.
Government hopes passage of the bill will help get the country off the U.S. 301 list.
Dispute concerns optical fibers adapted for operation in "metro" systems.
In an unusual move, internet standards group backs Microsoft in dispute over object embedding technology.
Dispute concerns power metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistor products.
Copyright Office declines to give SCC a new exemption to circumvent Lexmark technology, but says the claim is covered by reverse-engineering exemption.
India accounts for 90% of viewers of pirated TV signals in Asia, new survey finds.
Dispute concerns technology to allow internet users to search for shops in their zip codes.
ITS won't enforce Philips embargo request, but finds that Taiwanese CR-R manufacturers ingringed on six patents.
Haier-Sanyo joint venture sells refrigerators and other home appliances in Japan.
Glenayre agrees to license BellSouth patent for one-number technology involving sequential routing to locate user.
Middle Eastern piracy rates are among the highest in the world.
Dispute concerns technology enabling roaming across multiple active networks.
Lawsuit is believed to concern advanced semiconductor manufacturing technologies used for Sony Playstation consoles.
Companies are eager to capitalize on a French court ruling that rebuffs the way Google displays advertisements next to results related to trademarked search keywords.
U.S. District Court for the Central District of California awards more than $1.16 million in lawsuit against U.S. District Court for the Central District of California against Keynet Corporation for more than $1.16 million for copyright and trademark infringement.
Judge issues an initial determination that Media Reality Technologies and Trumpion Microelectronics do not infringe one of rival Genesis Microchip's patents.
Similar to anti-virus programs, tool lets networks block transfers of copyrighted material.
Radio stations must pay royalties to recording companies and composers when their broadcasts are simultaneously streamed over the internet.
Some experts question validity of patent, but Bluecurrent says it will seek royalties.