The computer giant bridges the gap between OS and iOS by bringing more iPhone and iPad features to Apple desktops. Apple announced new OS X Mountain Lion updates during its 23rd Worldwide Developers Conference this week.
A Firefox and Chrome extension that encrypts your webpages. HTTPS Everywhere is an extension for Firefox and Chrome that encrypts your communications with most major websites, giving you secure browsing where available.
After the leaking of the IP chapter of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), officials were once again on the defensive. They denied that Internet spying (one of the most contentious issues of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) is no longer part of CETA.
Russia is the latest country to enact laws that allows it to censor the Internet. The Russian version of Wikiepedia protested the bill by blacking out its website earlier, unfortunately, that didn’t stop the legislation from going into effect.
ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) may have died in Europe for now, but CETA (Comprehensive Economic and trade Agreement) is still alive and well. Now, text of the Intellectual Property chapter has leaked and we are finally able to find out what is in this agreement.
One of the many flaws of copyright is that the term is, as far as most people who are living when that work is created are concerned, it’s effectively indefinite. One petition that is circulating right now is hoping to change that.
After the collapse of ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) in Europe, many wondered what the implications would be including the implications on other agreements.
Google releases captioning app that transcribes Hangout chat. Google has released a desktop app that produces real-time transcripts of Google+ Hangout chats.
5 online payment software alternatives that allow you to manage online and mobile payments. If you conduct any kind of business online, you need to find a reliable, low-commission payment service to receive credit and debit card payments.
After ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) was killed in Europe, many were applauding the secretive agreements demise.
After what many call as the death blow to Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) thanks to an overwhelming rejection in the European Parliament, some might call the battle for balanced copyright over for now.
After years of tension and drama surrounding the infamous secretive Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), a vote by the European Parliament seems to have sealed it’s fate. This morning, the European Parliament has voted 478 against the agreement, 39 for the agreement and 165 abstained.
There’s been numerous ways of fighting piracy that has been proposed in the past. One study was conducted by BAE Systems Diteca and PRS for music and published by Google.
After years of back and forth between the Canadian public and the Canadian government and foreign interests, Canadian copyright reform has received royal assent. While many things were tossed out over the years, the controversial digital locks rules is what managed to hang in there.
The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement is suppose to be voted on tomorrow in the European parliament.
Demand Progress has filed a legal brief, joining the many in call to permit users who used MegaUpload legally to have their files returned.
A cartoonist is currently witnessing what is commonly referred to as the Streisand effect. Over the last week, a cartoonist released a satirical criticism of the Enbridge pipeline advertisement.
ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) has certainly been at the receiving end of numerous heavy blows. The heaviest are coming from Europe where widespread opposition and all five committees looking at ACTA have recommended against ratification.
The FBI and major multinational corporations were dealt with a heavy blow in the MegaUpload case. A New Zealand court has ruled that the warrants used for the raids against the file-sharing website were invalid because they were too vague.
While UK regulators are trying to move ahead with a 3 strikes rule, US ISPs have cut a deal with rights holders so that they will go ahead with a ‘Six Strike Rule’ in the US. While ZeroPaid had some suggestions for dealing with this, we want to hear from you.