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Court Orders ISP To Block Grooveshark

A group of more than 30 rightsholders have won their case targeted against Grooveshark in Denmark. A court agreed that both the streaming music service and its users infringe recording label copyrights and granted an injunction forcing an ISP to initiate a block of the service. The anti-piracy group behind the action hopes that other ISPs will now follow suit.


US doesn't make cut for happiest nations list

US doesn't make cut for happiest nations list

What makes people happy? The question, which has been debated by philosophers for centuries, now is being tackled by international bureaucrats and the results are interesting.


Which nations are most, least corrupt?

Which nations are most, least corrupt?

Denmark, New Zealand and Singapore are seen as having the least corruption in the world, according to a just-published global survey.


Cameroon knocked of World Cup

Cameroon became the first team to be eliminated from the World Cup in South Africa after Saturday's 2-1 defeat by Denmark, which made the Netherlands the first team to reach the second round following an earlier 1-0 victory over Japan.


Netherlands 2, Denmark 0: Quiet Victory for the Netherlands

The Netherlands benefited from an own goal by Denmark, then closed it out with a goal from Dirk Kuyt.


Climate drama climax looks elusive in Copenhagen

Climate drama climax looks elusive in Copenhagen

For 20 years, as this crowded planet grew warmer, nations have gathered annually to try to do something about it. History now brings them to this chilly northern capital, and to a crossroads....


Obama to attend climate-change summit

President Obama will go to Copenhagen, Denmark, next month for the climate-change summit, a senior administration official said Wednesday.


Two Chicago men accused of plotting terror attacks in Denmark, muslim

Federal authorities have arrested and charged two Chicago-area men in connection with an alleged terrorist plot focused on targets in Denmark after a newspaper there published cartoons that enraged the Muslim community.


Doing Denmark a beautifully slow pace a beautifully slow pace. While this year's Tour de France cyclists struggled to overcome rain, cold and hills, I took a four-day bike trip in Denmark, one of the most cycle-friendly nations in the world.


Denmark finds 1st case of H1N1 resistance to Tamiflu

Scientists have established the first case of the new H1N1 influenza strain showing resistance to Tamiflu, the main antiviral flu drug, Danish officials and the manufacturer said on Monday.


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