Broadcasters Demand Dish Network Stop Commercial-Skipping Service

Claiming a major threat to its business model, broadcasters are urging a federal appeals court to order Dish Network to shutter its DVR service because it allows the automatic skipping of commercials, breaching copyright law and retransmission agreements.

Broadcasters Demand Dish Network Stop Commercial-Skipping Service

Claiming a major threat to its business model, broadcasters are urging a federal appeals court to order Dish Network to shutter its DVR service because it allows the automatic skipping of commercials, breaching copyright law and retransmission agreements.

Mailing Fake Anthrax Is Not Protected Speech, Court Says

A California man convicted for mailing small packets of sugar marked as Anthrax to promote a book about the deadly toxin cannot rightfully claim he had a First Amendment right to carry out the 2008 campaign that had left victims …

Mailing Fake Anthrax Is Not Protected Speech, Court Says

A California man convicted for mailing small packets of sugar marked as Anthrax to promote a book about the deadly toxin cannot rightfully claim he had a First Amendment right to carry out the 2008 campaign that had left victims …

Appeals Court Sides With Bush Wiretapping

A federal appeals court is refusing to reconsider its August ruling in which it said the federal government may spy on Americans’ communications without warrants and without fear of being sued.

Appeals Court Sides With Bush Wiretapping

A federal appeals court is refusing to reconsider its August ruling in which it said the federal government may spy on Americans’ communications without warrants and without fear of being sued.

Two Indicted for Online Distribution of Puppy-Snuff Videos

A Houston man and a woman are being indicted for allegedly distributing over the internet “snuff” films they allegedly produced in which puppies and other animals were tortured and killed, federal officials said.

Two Indicted for Online Distribution of Puppy-Snuff Videos

A Houston man and a woman are being indicted for allegedly distributing over the internet “snuff” films they allegedly produced in which puppies and other animals were tortured and killed, federal officials said.