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Submission + - Judge Orders Failed Copyright Troll to Forfeit 'All' Copyrights (wired.com)

thomst writes: Wired's David Kravets reports that Righthaven, the notorious copyright-troll law firm that failed in its attempt to make money for newspapers by suing readers for sharing stories online, was dealt a death blow Tuesday by U.S. District Judge Philip M. Pro, who ordered (PDF format) the Las Vegas company to forfeit “all of” its intellectual property and other “intangible property” to settle its debts.
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Judge Orders Failed Copyright Troll to Forfeit 'All' Copyrights

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