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Righthaven Dealt a Big Blow in Copyright Fight, Courthouse News, (6-17-2011)
Righthaven Loss: Judge Rules Reposting Entire Article Is Fair Use, Wired Magazine, (6-20-2011)
Recapping Righthaven Developments from the Past Two Weeks, (6-29-2011)
MediaNews Group CEO: It Was a 'Dumb Idea' to Hire Righthaven, The publisher won't pursue current litigation, says Adweek, (9-08-2011)
Newspaper admits that copyright trolling was a bad idea, (TechEye, 9-09-2011), and (Huffington Post, 9-10-2011)
Righthaven, King Of Suing Without Notification, Whines To Judge About Motions Filed Against It Without Enough Notification, (TechDirt, 9-14-2011)
Righthaven ruling by Denver judge "stunning rebuke" of copyright troll, attorney says, (Denver Westword, 9-29-2011)
Copyright fight on behalf of newspapers crushed in Denver federal court, (9-29-2011, Denver Post)
Righthaven hit with largest fine yet: $119,488 in Nevada, (10-29-2011, ars technica)
Marshals ordered to seize Righthaven assets, (11-01-2011, By Steve Green, VegasInc.com)
Google in Fray Over Righthaven Copyrights, (January 16, 2012, Maria Dinzeo, Courthouse News)
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