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Illegal land probe widens
Bangkok Post - 9 Hours ago
Former chiefs of the Land Department and retired officials will be probed as part of the investigation into illegally issued land documents, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says. Speaking after the
Illegal land deed probe net widens Bangkok Post
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Turnbull answers site-blocking questions
Sydney Morning Herald - 9 Hours ago
Australian internet service providers will soon be required to block access to overseas websites found to be facilitating copyright infringement if a new bill before parliament passes. Called the Copyright
Malcolm Turnbull defends internet trials, promises increased speeds for rural NBN Canberra Times
Turnbull Q&A: the website-blocking bill Sydney Morning Herald
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RIAA, back on anti-piracy warpath, sues song-linking site MP3skull
Goldstein Report - 4 Hours ago
Posted in: Online TV/Music at 21/04/2015 15:17 There's a new public enemy #1 for US record labels when it comes to online piracy: a website called "MP3skull." The MP3skull site, which was sued for
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Piracy website blocking bill could be expensive game of "whack-a-mole": ACCAN
CIO-Asia - 7 Hours ago
The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network is concerned the federal government's anti-piracy website blocking bill could result in an expensive game of 'whack-a-mole'. The concerns follow
ACCAN: Gov’t should remove ambiguity around VPNs ITWire
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Investigative Reporting on MPAA's SOPA Revival Effort Wins Pulitzer
Electronic Frontier Foundation - 6 Hours ago
A New York Times series on secretive corporate lobbying of state attorneys general has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for investigative reporting today. The entire series does important digging on an area
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RIAA, back on anti-piracy warpath, sues song-linking site MP3skull
Cyber Parse - 7 Hours ago
There’s a new public enemy #1 for US record labels when it comes to online piracy: a website called “MP3skull.” The MP3skull site, which was sued for copyright infringement by the major US record labels
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Greek treasury passes law to net spare cash as IMF deadline looms
The National - 9 Hours ago
Greece ordered its public sector operations yesterday to transfer idle cash to the central bank in a scramble to meets the country’s needs in the run-up to next month’s loan repayment. Greece has been
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Amazon Wins Fees In Patent Suit Over Kindle
Law360 - 10 Hours ago
By Beth Winegarner Law360, San Francisco (April 20, 2015, 8:10 PM ET) -- A Delaware federal judge on Monday awarded Amazon.com Inc. attorney fees based on time sheets she had ordered the company to
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Village Roadshow slams the 'sleazy neighbourhood' of online piracy
CNET.com.au - 4/20/2015
I'M SORRY, DAVE. I'm afraid I can't do that. HAL 9000  |  2001: A Space Odyssey 404 page error Let's face it, humans and technology don't always get
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Ellen Page explored legal action against Sony after nude video game images leaked
Yahoo! Finance - 18 Hours ago
(Jason Kempin/) Ellen Page. Ellen Page has never appeared nude in a film. She did, however, appear nude in a video game. Because of that nudity in a video game, Page explored legal action, emails from
Ellen Page explored legal action against Sony after nude video-game images leaked Yahoo! Singapore
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Australia: Online pirates fear walking the plank for breach of copyright - Stacks
Mondaq - 22 Hours ago
Terms & Conditions and Privacy Statement Mondaq.com (the Website) is owned and managed by Mondaq Ltd and as a user you are granted a non-exclusive, revocable license to access the Website under its
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Fears of VPN block in piracy crackdown
Sydney Morning Herald - 4/20/2015
Consumer groups and rights holders are at loggerheads over proposed changes to the Copyright Act which could see virtual private networks (VPNs) banned, preventing Australians from "geo-dodging" to access
Fears VPNs could be blocked in anti-piracy bill Canberra Times
Fears VPNs could be blocked in anti-piracy ... Sydney Morning Herald
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Illegal downloads in the workplace – should employers be worried about liability?
Human Capital Magazine - 10 Hours ago
Following a Federal Court Judge’s order earlier this month that several Australian internet service providers disclose the identities of thousands who illegally downloaded Hollywood blockbuster Dallas
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Game of Thrones Season 5 leak causes HBO to target illegal downloaders
Cyber Parse - 11 Hours ago
Cyber Parse was created to provide knowledge to help everyone understand and deal with the ever increasing threats we all face by Cyber Crime (Malware, Social Engineering, Phishing and hacking). Our
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Sony piracy ironic but not surprising
Big News Network - 13 Hours ago
IT Web Monday 20th April, 2015 Hacked Sony servers reveal downloaded pirated e-books on hacking. WikiLeaks has revealed Sony's servers, which were hacked last year, contained several pirated e-books.
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No 'illegal spying' or 'misuse of power': Sony amends wording on Snowden biopic
Russia Today - 15 Hours ago
18:56 Reuters/Yuya Shino Internal Sony emails, released by Wikileaks, confirm that the company edited the press release announcing its Edward Snowden biopic to be less critical of the US government
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CenturyLink sues FCC on Open Internet order
CED Magazine - 15 Hours ago
CenturyLink filed a lawsuit against the FCC on Friday. CenturyLink is the seventh to file against the commission’s Open Internet Order. Objecting that using Title II to impose network neutrality
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Case Study: PactSafe Enables Fenner’s Law to Provide Legal Services Online
Legal Technology Insider - 16 Hours ago
Added on the 20th Apr 2015 at 5:47 pm by Robert Fenner Over the past several years, I have noticed that non-lawyers are increasingly offering some of the services that were exclusively provided
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$1.1 Million Judgment Offers Email Marketers Insight into Canada's Anti-Spam Law
JD Supra - 17 Hours ago
Email marketers had mixed reactions to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission's (CRTC) recent announcement of a $1.1 million judgment against a Quebec company for violations of
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GOP Readies Legal Attack On Net Neutrality
Today's General Counsel - 19 Hours ago
Republicans dismayed at the FCC’s recently approved net neutrality rules are readying a variety of legislative strategies to undercut or reverse the regulation. Opponents claim the new rules, which would
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Sony piracy ironic, but not surprising
IT Web - 24 Hours ago
The Daily Dot , an online publication that covers Internet topics, reported that the pirated e-books included Inside Cyber Warfare and Hacking the Next Generation . Both are educational books on hacking.
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'The Pirate Bay' Ban Lifted Following the Court Verdict and a Deal
International Business Times India - 4/20/2015
People can now access 'The Pirate Bay', a file-sharing website after the ban on it was lifted, following a deal between telecom company KPN and Dutch anti-piracy organisation BREIN. The Pirate
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Piracy website blocking bill could be expensive game of "whack-a-mole": ACCAN
ARN - 4/20/2015
The Pirate Bay homepage. is concerned the federal government's anit-piracy website blocking bill could result in an expensive game of ‘whack-a-mole’. The concerns follow Dutch research found that site
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Piracy website blocking bill could be expensive game of "whack-a-mole": ACCAN
ARN - 4/20/2015
The Pirate Bay homepage.
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Airtel Zero aims to bring every Indian on the Internet, says CEO Gopal Vittal
Tech2 firstpost.com - 4/20/2015
While Flipkart decided to part ways from Airtel Zero , the telco still continues to believe that its platform doesn’t violate the principle of net neutrality. According to a report in The Times of India
Airtel Zero aims to bring every Indian on the Internet, CEO Gopal Vittal writes Tech2 firstpost.com
Backlash forces Airtel CEO to write mail defending controversial Zero plan Tech2 firstpost.com
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