Extension for Google Chrome browser allows you to add your Facebook Stream to Google+, putting two of your news feeds for the popular social networking sites in one location.
It’s a verdict several years in the making. Now, the Supreme court may have put an end to one of two file-sharing cases to have ever made it through the court system without a settlement.
One of the many things we are tracking here at ZeroPaid is the developments of the Canadian copyright reform legislation. So, we decided to talk to Michael Geist, one of the leading experts of copyright, the internet and digital rights in Canada.
Free IPhone app allows you to add visual effects, music, transitions, and even movie stars to your videos, and then share them with family and friends with a single click on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, and more.
We’ve just finished out lengthy series on what file-sharing studies really have to say about file-sharing. The series has drawn quite a lot of attention, so, we felt the need to cap off this series with some final thoughts and a list of links to all the studies and more.
What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 19 – Biggest Threat to the Recording Industry? The Recording Industry
This is it. We’ve reached the end of our long series of what the file-sharing studies are really saying. This series started out strong and is going to end strong.
A list of iPad blogging apps that allow you to manage your blog without being tied to a computer. Blogging has soared in popularity the last few years, and with new platforms popping up all the time, it’s never been easier to set up your own online space.
The Open Rights Group has been investigating what websites being filtered on mobile networks. So far, the list has been quite startling as websites like Tor and La Quadrature du Net wound up on the blacklists that have obviously have nothing to do with pornographic content.
It could be the worst technology analogy we’ve heard in years. Dean Del Mastro, a Canadian Conservative MP was trying to argue against the simple act of format shifting and decided to use an analogy to explain his point.
Our long-running series of what file-sharing studies are really saying is nearly at a close now. The second to last study we’ll be reviewing from Taiwan wound up with a conclusion that seems to be continuing on in the theme of businesses need to adapt to the digital age.
Users have a chance to stop Twitter tracking their personal information by opting in to the “Do Not Track” scheme.
With all this activity surrounding the DDOS attacks and the blocking of Swedish BitTorrent website The Pirate Bay in some countries, we decided to look the 5 best alternatives to the The Pirate Bay.
Data retention has cropped up from time to time. This time, we’re noticing its appearance in Australia where it apparently hit a roadblock recently. The terms of the data retention policy has reportedly been knocked back.
Things are becoming not so bright for the pervasive, yet secretive Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
A curious news story recently surfaced about Google possibly buying a well known website 4Chan. We did some digging into this to get to the bottom of this and found that this may have been the result of a faulty Google news result.
We are now on the final three studies in our series of file-sharing studies we are reviewing. If you can believe it, one study even touched on philosophy, psychology and ethics of the average file-sharer. So, we’ll, once again, get another interesting and unique look at file-sharing.
Chrome extension removes most of Pandora’s advertisements, allows users to customize parts of the layout, creates a Pandora music player desktop window for playback control, scrobbles music to Last.fm, and more.
We’ve been following the news of the DDOS attack on Swedish BitTorrent website The Pirate Bay and Wikileaks. Now, ZeroPaid has finally learned who was behind the attack. We have some news just breaking right now.
TPB and Wikileaks come under fire from a DDoS – but who is the attacker? Pirate Bay and Wikileaks have fallen foul of DDoS attacks, according to CNet and its sister site, ZDNet. The file-sharing website was inaccessible to UK users for the best part of 24 hours over Tuesday and Wednesday.
Joel Tenenbaum, one of the first two file-sharers who took their fight with the RIAA to court has taken his case all the way up to the Supreme court. While his guilt is not legally in question, the amount he owes in damages certainly is.