Drew Wilson is perhaps one of the more well-known file-sharing and technology news writers around. A journalist in the field since 2005, his work has had semi-regular appearances on social news websites and even occasional appearances on major news outlets as well. Drew founded <a href="http://www.freezenet.ca">freezenet.ca</a> and still contributes to ZeroPaid.

Trans-Pacific Partnership Leaks Again – Copyright Limitations and Exceptions

There’s been a new development with the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). A portion of the agreement detailing the copyright terms and

Cybersecurity Act of 2012 Dies in the Senate – Activists Claim Victory

While many feared that the Cybersecurity Act of 2012 would do a lot of damage to civil rights, today comes

Guide: How to Play 16 Bit Dos Video Games on a 64 Bit Operating System

If you ever wanted to play a video game or run an application on, say, Windows 7 Home Premium (64

Guide: How to Play 16 Bit Windows Video Games on Windows 7 Home Premium

There are a lot of really old video games out there that we wished we could go back and play

Cybersecurity Act of 2012 Moves Ahead in Senate

The Cybersecurity Act of 2012 (CSA or CSA2012) seems to be on the fast track through the government these days.

Open Rights Group and Others Try Fixing the Digital Economy Act

Despite the fact that the hugely controversial Digital Economy Act (DEA), a law that ushered in a three strikes law

After Getting Three Strikes Law, Rights Holders Demand More

Have you ever wondered what happens when rights holders actually gets a three strikes law? Well, the people of New

A Response to Obama on the Cybersecurity Act of 2012

Last week, US president Barack Obama penned an opinion piece in the Wall Street Journal about why lawmakers should pass

US Government Sues ISP for Questioning its Authority

What happens when an American ISP decides that it wants to protect their customers privacy? Apparently, it gets litigated by

5 Alternatives to YouTube

We’ve seen many reasons to not like YouTube. There’s the infamous comment section of YouTube, the restrictive nature of the

Report – Mitt Romney Campaign Vowed to Crack Down on Internet Porn

The American election campaign seems to have been crossing over into Internet rights recently. This latest development involves Republican presidential

Australian Goverment Mulls Allowing Authorities to Hack Your Computer

There’s some rather scary news coming from Australia right now. The Australian government is considering sweeping new surveillance powers which

Canadian Supreme Court Hands Down a Number of Copyright Decisions

The Supreme court of Canada has been quite busy recently. A number of decisions have been handed down that affects

Digg Sold for $16 Million

It was once the pinnacle of social news. Now, the site has been thrown onto the digital scrapheap with various

Russian Orthodox Activists Want ISPs to Block Facebook

Just days after Russia passed an Internet blacklist law, a religious group is now trying to block social networking site

Mexico Signs onto ACTA

After numerous set-backs, the European Commission rejecting ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) and other countries backing away as a result, it

Magnotta Case Used to Sell Canadian Surveillance Legislation – Memo’s

Newly found memo’s suggest that the Minister for Public Safety Vic Teows was trying to use the Luka Rocco Magnotta

John Clancy Denies ACTA CETA Connection, But Criticism Persists

After the leaking of the IP chapter of the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), officials were once again on

Russia Passes Internet Censorship Laws

Russia is the latest country to enact laws that allows it to censor the Internet. The Russian version of Wikiepedia

CETA Intellectual Property Chapter Leaks for All to See

ACTA (Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement) may have died in Europe for now, but CETA (Comprehensive Economic and trade Agreement) is still