Weekly PULSEon December 1, 2010 at 12:57 PM
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- Guns N’ Roses’ Axl Rose sues ‘Guitar Hero’ for $20 million over guitarist Slash.
- Facebook is close to trademarking the generic word ‘face.’
- The boat off of the hit show “Deadliest Catch,” becomes subject to a drug investigation.
- Gay couple marries in Texas via Skype then cites local paper for refusing to write about it.
- Federal authorities used Cyber Monday to strike, shutting down 82 websites selling Chinese-made counterfeit products.
- New York lawyer produces documentary addressing the dangers of depression among legal professionals.
- Actor Wesley Snipes is only one week away from heading to federal prison in Pennsylvania.
- Pop star Lily Allen is going head to head with tabloids.
- SAP AG found liable for copyright infringement to the tune of $1.3 billion. Big win for Oracle.
- Wyclef Jean being sued by ’90s rap group Blahzay Blahzay for stealing a song. They’re asking for $2 million. (Listen to both songs and be the judge.)
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