Newly introduced stable version introduces a number of new features and options sure to please regular users of the popular BitTorrent client. BitTorent Inc.
Number of ISPs reportedly on the verge of an agreement with the entertainment industry to combat online copyright infringement; White House “instrumental” in brokering the deal; disconnection optional.
The Anti-counterfeiting Trade Agreement has certainly been the most famous and controversial international agreements surrounding copyright. It left many stakeholders anywhere between unsatisfied to vehemently opposed.
Website blocking has certainly been discussed in the US with the PROTECT IP act first propsed last month. While the senate has approved the bill, it seems that the US isn’t going to be the only country debating the prospects of filtering the internet.
With so many questionable reports circulating in the media, if you have a healthy dose of scepticism, chances are, you’ll have a good grasp of what is really going on. Another group has come forward to claim that they compromised LulzSec and plan to hand their details over to the FBI.
Free Android app uses a QR code for guests to scan and so that you can share a WPA/WEP/Open Wi-Fi network without divulging the password.
Spends $2.1 in Q1 2011, up 74% from the $1.51 million it spent the quarter previous, to lobby on intellectual property rights in various countries and to end radio’s long-standing exemption from having to pay performance royalties. The Recording Industry Association of America spent $2.
If there is anything that is surprising about the LulzSec story, outside of their success, is the poor quality of journalism when it comes to covering the hacking.
Rumours were apparently circulating that LulzSec was involved in hacking the UK government. These rumours were followed up by a supposed arrest of one of its members, but LulzSec has denied both today. There was some dramatic news this morning regarding LulzSec.
Earlier today, we reported that LulzSec and Anonymous joined forces to create “operation AntiSec” (Anti-Security) which would target the government.
LulzSec already hacked FBI affiliate Infragard once, but that might not be the only time the US government might face hacking.
Sega, a franchise known for its Sonic the Hedgehog character, is now the latest company to be hacked. While an investigation is under way, LulzSec was quick to deny any involvement.
False accusations have long been a subject for those sceptical of a three strikes law.
He created a website that allegedly linked to copyrighted material. Now, the US wants Richard O’Dwyer, the former owner of TVShack, to face a US court over his websites activities prior to both domain seizures.
For the past few months or so, there have been numerous stories about security breaches.
Groups complain at World Copyright Summit that ISPs unfairly profit from illegal P2P traffic, and that sites like Google and YouTube don’t pay “adequate remuneration” to compensate for infringing content.
Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (SKMM) submits request to country’s ISPs ordering them to block ten file-sharing sites for violating the Malaysian Copyright Act of 1987 in contradiction of the Malaysia Bill of Guarantees that stipulates “no censorship of the Internet.
Police in Germany, Spain, France, and the Netherlands carry out joint raid against people suspected of involvement with Kino.to – one of Germany’s most popular video streaming site. At least 13 people have been arrested.
Releases 54MB collection of Sony Developer source code and maps of Sony BMG’s internal network.