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Judge Approves Streaming Of Music-Swapping Hearing

A federal judge on Wednesday authorized the first online streaming of oral arguments in a U.S. District Court in Massachusetts in a copyright infringement lawsuit that pits a Boston University graduate student against the music recording industry.

Genachowski Tapped To Head FCC

President-elect Barack Obama plans to nominate one of his key technology advisers to be the next chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, according to a Democratic official and a person who has worked with the transition team on tech issues.

Merle Haggard Sues Environmental Group

Country star Merle Haggard has sued an environmental awareness group, claiming it illegally used his name and likeness to raise money.

Dixie Chicks Deny Defamation

Attorneys for the Dixie Chicks deny allegations the country music group defamed the stepfather of a boy who was murdered in 1993, saying statements the singers made about the criminal case against the child's convicted killers were an exercise of free sp

Gregg Allman Burglarized: Arrests Made

Gregg Allman almost had a few less silver dollars after someone broke into his southeast Georgia home and stole a coin collection, knives and unreleased concert recordings, police said.

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