WikiLeaks: ISPs to hand over copyright infringer details under TPP

WikiLeaks: ISPs to hand over copyright infringer details under TPP
However, with the full text of the agreement yet to be published, citizens of those 12 countries have only had the summaries of varying detail released by the parties to go on — until WikiLeaks published a leaked copy [PDF] of what it purports to be …
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Belgium 'bungled Abdeslam's arrest' two days after Paris attacks due to law
Salah Abdeslam, who was in Paris at the time of the November 13 attacks that killed 130 and whose brother blew himself up, is known to have returned to Belgium the following day as he was identified during a routine road check but allowed to leave.
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Belgium police failed to secure flat containing chemicals during Brussels
Belgian police have come under fire from British security experts after it was revealed that they failed to secure a flat containing chemicals and tools that could be used to make home-made bombs in the middle of an unprecedented terror alert in Brussels.
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Belgian military barracks attack: 'Hooded man' tries to storm Flawinne Army base
Police patrol the perimeter of the army barracks in Flawinne, Belgium Photo: Bruno Fahy/AFP. "If I look at it from an outsider's point of view, it seems incomprehensible," a spokesman for prosecutors in Namur said. "Why would you attack a military …
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Brussels' Great Mosque and ties with Salafism
In an attempt to send a strong message to Belgian society, Mohamed Ndiaye, one of the Imams of the Islamic Cultural Center of Belgium at the Great Mosque of Brussels, said: "We would like to express our deep sorrow over the Paris attacks. Our thoughts …
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UK High Court Tells ISPs to Ban Popcorn Time

UK High Court Tells ISPs to Ban Popcorn Time
"We find this move they made pretty predictable and we're sure that this is not the last of it. We're working full force now even more than ever on making Popcorn Time fully p2p and soon the software will not be depended on any domain or centralized …
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Former Tiversa investigator says firm faked LabMD breach findings
In 2009, the FTC began investigating the breach of about 9,000 LabMD customers, where names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth and personal health insurance information were allegedly exposed on publicly accessible peer-to-peer (P2P) file-sharing …
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Challengers are smashing the traditional high street banks when it comes to
Do you still have a savings account with one of the traditional banks or building societies? You could be missing a trick, say savings experts. Remaining loyal to a bank or building society could be costing you a pretty penny. With the latest inflation …
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Starved of funding, resources, OAIC is left to shrivel
Don't be fooled: the government's decision to reinstate Timothy Pilgrim in the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner does not indicate it is going soft on its plans to get rid of the OAIC. It's just the latest effort by the government to …
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itBit Banks M And Secures New York Banking License
May 4, 2015: While some reports have suggested bitcoin could be the savior for Argentina's faltering economy, a Fortune piece this week negates that theory, saying that there's “no reason to be bullish on bitcoin,” for the country. May 5, 2015: Bitcoin …
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Piracy hunter's integrity questioned in Australian ISPs court case

Piracy hunter's integrity questioned in Australian ISPs court case
According to Maverick Eye UG's website, it is able to provide "world-class surveillance" of intellectual property "within the most prominent peer-to-peer" file-sharing networks on the internet, including BitTorrent and Emule. Using "highly …
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Queensbury man accused of transmitting child porn
Seth S. Stedman, 31, of Queensbury Avenue was arrested after a search warrant was used at his home, according to the sheriff's department, which started the investigation on Oct. 29. Stedman used EMULE, an online peer-to-peer file-sharing program, …
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How film studios want to use data retention to crack down on piracy
A leaked draft submission from the content industry makes it clear that the Australian government's other controversial proposal — mandatory data retention — will be a useful tool in cracking down on online copyright infringement. The discussion …
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The Server Needs To Die To Save The Internet
“It's a network infrastructure that will replace datacenters — and hopefully large technology companies.” That's right. This startup wants to reconfigure the current Internet hierarchy too — pulling the power and centre of gravity away from the …
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Solving Non-Problems at the Speed of Government
The case involves two plaintiffs, Melanie (Tucker) Wilson and Marianna Rosen. Both are consumers who purchased audio downloads and iPods directly from Apple. They argue they paid more for iPods than they would have paid if Apple hadn't violated …
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Netgear Nighthawk AC1900 Smart Wi-Fi Router (R7000)
This is because it's the second on the market (the first being the Asus RT-AC68U ) that uses the new Broadcom BCM4709 Wi-Fi chip, which includes the proprietary TurboQAM technology. With TurboQAM, each 2.4GHz spatial stream can deliver up to …
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Clinton: US must reform tax system to match Irish model
It is up to the US government to reform the country's corporate tax system because the international trend is moving to the Irish model of low corporate rate with the burden on consumption taxes, said the former US president Bill Clinton. Moreover …
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