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UK Promo Bay Block Lifted

British ISPs have been given the go ahead to lift the block of TPB linked promotional website, The Promo Bay, after public outcry and attention brought about pressure on copyright lobby group the British...

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Thursday, December 6th, 2012 Net News No Comments

Megaupload server seizures finally run into mega-due-process

When Megaupload's servers were grabbed by the government earlier this year, plenty of non-infringing content was taken along with pirated files. Kyle Goodwin, an Ohio man who makes his living taping high-school sports events,...

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Thursday, October 4th, 2012 Net News No Comments

Wiper Malware That Hit Iran Left Possible Clues of Its Origins

Wiper left a trace of its existence on some hard drives, in the form of a registry key (highlighted in blue at left). Image courtesy of Kaspersky Lab How does a security company...

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Wednesday, August 29th, 2012 Net News No Comments

Kim Dotcom Was Assaulted By Police During Raid, Court Hears

Kim Dotcom has been giving evidence in the Auckland High Court today. The hearing, which is scheduled to run for three days, follows on from a court ruling in June that found the...

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Tuesday, August 7th, 2012 Net News 1 Comment

Obama Administration Demands Reinstatement of $1.5 Million Fine

It seemed that the $2,250 per infringing song has become the brand new standard in the US with regards to file-sharing. After the Jammie Thomas case and Joel Tenenbaum case pointed to this...

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Sunday, June 10th, 2012 Net News No Comments