Colorado Judge freezes 35 Righthaven lawsuits against Bloggers, says unsure if Righthaven has right to sue on behalf of Denver Post

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A Colorado judge froze 35 lawsuits filed by Righthaven in Colorado. (Credit: Righthaven)

According to, a Colorado judge “froze” 35 lawsuits filed by copyright-enforcement agency Righthaven as he looks into Righthaven’s ability to file these suits on behalf of the Denver Post.

Attorneys defending bloggers accused of violating the Post’s copyright have claimed the Righthaven lawsuits aren’t OK and Righthaven shouldn’t be able to sue.

The Las Vegas Sun reported that Righthaven has filed 274 lawsuits over Denver Post and Las Vegas Review-Journal content. Read more here.

iMediaEthics has been following this case since June 2010 and will continue to add updated reports. See here our April 14 report “Denver Post, Righthaven drop suit against Autistic Blogger” and here our March 31 story “Righthaven Drops Copyright Lawsuit Over Story about Righthaven.”

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