The items in my iMedia Law Blog cover the ongoing world-wide legal battles between three interactive-media interest groups: (i) media owners; (ii) interactive-media consumers; and (iii) interactive-media technology providers. This site covers skirmishes in the Internet, cable, satellite and over-the-air broadcast space. To what extent can/should media owners use regulatory and technological means to control/protect their content? What rights will consumers of music, video, e-books, digital TV, have to fairly use the interactive-media they purchase? How will interactive technology providers balance these competing interests?