The Internet Archive is being sued by a company that says "the access to its old Web pages, stored in the Internet Archive's database, was unauthorized and illegal." Most see the Internet Archive's efforts as beneficial, but in this case, the pages were used in an intellectual property lawsuit. Read the full New York Times article for the details. (Be aware that the two companies in the original lawsuit where material from the Internet Archive was used have very similar names, which can make the article a bit confusing.)
Brewster Kahle and the Internet Archive are involved in several digitization and access efforts. Let's hope that this does not sidetrack them.