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Illegal File Sharers To Be Cut Off By 2011

It was 2008 when the UK government originally proposed disconnecting pirates from the Internet, then a few months later Australia followed suit. The latest is that it’s really going to be legislated and will come into force by April 2010 under the Digital Economy Bill. I’ve noticed this trend picking up lately, a few companies […]

Topic: Hacking News

Google to Reveal Youtube Viewing Details to Viacom

Now this is an interesting privacy related case to think about over the weekend, Google has to reveal viewing details for Youtube to Viacom. Anyone who has EVER watched a Youtube video, that’s pretty extreme. Luckily most people are using dynamic IP addresses, so it shouldn’t be too much of a concern. Unless of course […]

Topic: Legal Issues, Privacy

Australia to Follow the UK in Terminating Content Pirates

It seems like most countries are getting more serious about the illegal downloading and the protection of intellectual property, after the UK recently proposed disconnecting ‘pirates’ from the Internet – Australia is now considering following suit. I guess this is just the start, laws will become more heavy handed and draconian as most of it […]

Topic: Legal Issues, Privacy

Some Relaxing on the DMCA Regulations

There seems to be have been some slight relaxation on the DMCA regulations lately, which is a good thing for the majority of people! There have been many grey cases and sadly most have fallen on the side of the big corporations, finally something on our side! The U.S. Copyright Office specified new rules Wednesday […]

Topic: Legal Issues

The MPAA TorrentSpy Hacker – $15,000!

Ah the big boys can’t get in legitimately, so they are starting to use underhand tactics eh? A lawsuit filed Wednesday accuses the Motion Picture Association of America of hiring a hacker to steal information from a company that the MPAA has accused of helping copyright violators. The lawsuit (click for PDF), filed in U.S. […]

Topic: Legal Issues

Latest RIAA Bullshit – Fair Use Policy – Can’t Use YOUR CDs on YOUR iPod

Amazing, now ripping YOUR OWN CD’s to use on YOUR iPod is not fair use according to the new DMCA rulings currently being created. As part of the on-going DMCA rule-making proceedings, the RIAA and other copyright industry associations submitted a filing that included this gem as part of their argument that space-shifting and format-shifting […]

Topic: Hacking News

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