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Google's Autocomplete censors The Pirate Bay
— 6:00 AM on September 11, 2012

Last month, Google announced that websites with "high numbers" of copyright removal notices would soon appear lower in its search results. Now, the search...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Copyright

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UPDATED: UK High Court: ISPs must block The Pirate Bay
— 5:54 PM on April 30, 2012

Well, this is interesting. As the debate over CISPA rages on here at home, content providers seem to be getting their way in Europe....

Type: News story Tags: Internet Copyright

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Controversial SOPA bill shelved
— 9:55 AM on January 16, 2012

We haven't devoted too much coverage to the whole SOPA debacle in recent weeks—politics aren't necessarily our area of expertise—but this latest development deserves a...

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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Breaking the broken
— 12:41 PM on February 16, 2011

Last week, Apple updated its iBooks app for all iOS devices. The world, even the book nerd world, did not break out into flash mobs...

Type: Blog post Tags: Mac Personal tech Copyright

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New Folding@Home GPU client is tuned for Fermi
— 9:01 AM on May 26, 2010

Folders, take note. Stanford University has released a beta Folding@Home GPU client specially tuned for Nvidia's Fermi architecture, which should be good news to...

Type: News story Tags: Folding

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Google addresses concerns over CEO's privacy statement
— 4:00 PM on December 14, 2009

A recent statement by Eric Schmidt has drummed up quite a bit of controversy, but Google says its CEO's words were taken out of context....

Type: News story Tags: Miscellaneous Internet Copyright

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Mozilla exec: Bing has a better privacy policy than Google
— 5:14 PM on December 10, 2009

Recent comments by Google CEO Eric Schmidt about his search engine's privacy policy don't sit well with one Mozilla executive. As ComputerWorld reports, Mozilla...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Software Copyright

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Apple scores major win in Psystar case
— 6:00 AM on November 16, 2009

Things just got ugly for Psystar. As MacWorld reports, District Judge William Alsup has ruled that the Miami-based start-up "violated Apple's exclusive reproduction right,...

Type: News story Tags: Mac Copyright

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Report: YouTube in talks with studios over movie rentals
— 11:31 AM on September 3, 2009

Could YouTube become the next major online service to offer movie rentals? Maybe so, according to CNet News, which quotes a Wall Street Journal report...

Type: News story Tags: Multimedia Copyright

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RealNetworks' DVD backup software ruled illegal
— 12:18 PM on August 12, 2009

RealNetworks fought the movie industry, and the movie industry won. According to the Associated Press, a federal judge has upheld an injunction barring sales...

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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Firm buys The Pirate Bay, seeks to make it legal
— 10:02 AM on June 30, 2009

In the wake of the Pirate Bay founders' controversial trial, a Swedish software firm has purchased the popular torrent site with the aim of...

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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Virgin, Universal to offer unlimited MP3 downloads
— 1:34 PM on June 15, 2009

Filling up an iPod with tracks from the iTunes Store may set you back 30 grand, but traditional subscription services essentially cost infinity...

Type: News story Tags: Multimedia Copyright

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French Constitutional Council neuters piracy law
— 9:54 AM on June 11, 2009

France's "three strikes and you're out" piracy law will be dead on arrival. Well, mostly. Although both chambers of the nation's parliament approved the...

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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French three-strikes bill gets legislative approval
— 5:17 PM on May 13, 2009

After being ratified by France's lower house yesterday, the controversial "three strikes" anti-piracy bill received the French senate's stamp of approval earlier today. That leaves...

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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Pirate Bay lawyer claims bias, wants retrial
— 12:16 PM on April 23, 2009

The lawyer representing The Pirate Bay's founders intends to demand a retrial due to alleged bias from the judge, according to the Associated Press....

Type: News story Tags: Copyright

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The Pirate Bay founders get jail time
— 10:43 AM on April 17, 2009

Long known for its lenient copyright infringement laws, Sweden now seems to have made an example out of the folks behind the famous The Pirate...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Copyright

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Ignorance, legislative stupidity, and the French three-strikes piracy bill
— 11:00 AM on April 3, 2009

Yesterday, French MPs approved a portion of a new copyright bill that would...

Type: Blog post Tags: Internet Copyright

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Pirate site preps cheap VPN service to cloak users
— 2:01 PM on March 26, 2009

The battle between content publishers and online pirates will soon reach a new level in Sweden. The country, long known for harboring infamous BitTorrent site...

Type: News story Tags: Internet Networking Copyright

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