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A new Zealand court rules that MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom can sue the country's foriegn intelligence agency for illegally spying on him.
UK political group, the Pirate Party insists it will continue to fight for digital rights despite being threatened with legal action by the UK’s music industry body over links to the Pirate Bay website.
Internet moghul Kim Doctom has unveiled me.ga to the world with the new service set to launch on 20th January 2013 - exactly 1 year since the raid at his home and the shutdown of megaupload.com
The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) have asked six major UK ISPs to block three file-sharing websites which they say are illegally distributing music: Fenopy; H33t and Kickass Torrents.
Kim Dotcom, the New Zealand tech mogul and owner of MegaUpload, has posted a video on YouTube in the lead up to the launch of his new music site Megabox.
Kim Dotcom, the owner of Megaupload, has received an apology from the Prime Minister of New Zealand following an investigation into illegal spying by the Government Communications Security Bureau (GCSB).
Google Streeview takes the next step as the search giant launched it's stunning new underwater product today allowing users to explore a whole new under water sea world, including Australia’s Great Barrier Reef.
An inquiry has been ordered to establish whether unlawful spying was used by New Zealand intelligence on Kim Dotcom in the lead up to his arrest.
GoDaddy has commented on the downtime it suffered earlier this week blaming a "series of internal network events" as the reason for the loss of service and not a DDoS attack as initial reports suggested.
Jammie Thomas-Rasset from Minnesota was fined $220,000 at a federal appeals court on Tuesday (11th September) and forbidden from making sound recordings available for distribution. She is one of the last people to be individually prosecuted in the US for file-sharing and illegal downloading of music.
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, a co-founder of Pirate Bay, was convicted and sentenced to prison in Sweden for breaching copyright laws. He has been living in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, for the last four years in an attempt to avoid a jail sentence in Sweden.
It appears Anonymous has taken down internet giant GoDaddy with a DDoS (Denial of Service) attack. Not only is GoDaddy down, but a number of it's DNS servers are also not responding leaving countless websites unreachable.
From 30 August 2012 eBay will no longer belisting fortune-telling and witchcraft related services for sale.
These services, which include tarot readings, psychic readings, reiki,metaphysical jewellery, spells, magic, healing, blessing services,have been categorised as ‘intangible’ and have been problematic when trying to resolvedisputes between buyers and sellers.
Helicopter video footage of the raid on MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom's home has appeared online.
MIcrosoft has announced it's all new email service with a familiar name. Outlook.com is avaliable now and will eventually replace your hotmail and live accounts.
UK ISP say's P2P traffic on it's network returned to normal one week after a court ordered block was put on the Pirate Bay.
New Zealand Judge rules search warrants used to raid the home of Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom were invaild. Copying of the data by the FBI and taking it to the US was also deemed to be unlawful.
Mozilla finally releases production version of FireFox for Android with a much needed performance boost and UI overhaul, a change welcomed by many users that were left disappointed with the beta version.
[attachment=40035:11786.attach]Despised UK Law Firm ACS:Law appears to be back in business overseas as a new case surfaces in Greece.
ACS:Law made famous for threatening netizens of illegal file sharing, often with little or no proof, appears to be back in business despite being forced to close earlier this year.
UK based, Ralli, which represented some of those accused by ACS:Law during Court Cases said they are now advising a client in Greece and have received emails purporting to be from ACS:Law.
[attachment=40034:11785.attach]Internet research firm Envisional says it found that illegal movie downloads in the UK have increased by 30% in the last 5 years.
Blaming faster broadband speeds and better file sharing methods, Envisional claims that the top five box office movies of 2010 were downloaded in the UK around 1.4 million times.
Avatar, topped the list with an estimated 200,000 downloads. However the movie still managed to £98m in box office takings in the UK in 2010.
[attachment=40033:11784.attach]Ed Vaizey, UK Culture Minister: US Internet Service Providers "rumored" to introduce piracy related site blocking - UK should follow in their footsteps.
Speaking at the Intellect Consumer Electronics conference in London, Vaizey said that US ISP's were "rumored" to be introducing a voluntary filter that would block piracy related websites. No doubt Bittorrent sites like The Pirate Bay are top of the list. He said such a filter would be a "game changer" and that the UK should consider the same approach.
[attachment=40032:11783.attach]The latest addition to the hugely popular Gears of War series has leaked to Bittorrent months ahead of it's official September release.
Gears of War 3, is the latest installment in the series and is said to be the most anticipated yet. It features an overhauled graphics engine, which, E3 gameplay preview makes this the best looking of the series.
[attachment=40031:11777.attach]In a UK legal first, the Motion Picture Association (MPA) has applied for an injunction that would force BT (British Telecom) to block access NZB site Newzbin.
The MPA, which is is the international arm of the Motion Picture Association of America – is the industry body for a string of UK movie studios. It said BT is its first target because it is the largest internet service provider (ISP) in the UK with over 5.6 million customers. However the main reason is because BT supplies a website blocking system known as CleanFeed to most other, large ISP’s.
[attachment=40030:11776.attach]BitComet packed full of exciting new features and the first to release a stable 64bit Bittorrent Client.
BitComet is a well established Bittorrent client, first released in 2003. Development was going well and its user base growing steadily until the dev team released version 0.60. This version included many new features including DHT which at the time was new.
[attachment=40029:11501.attach]LimeWire reaches an out of court settlement with music labels for $105 million.
The Lime Group, developers of the popular file-sharing client LimeWire, today agreed to pay a $105 million (£64.6 million) settlement to 13 music firms. The figure is a fraction of the billion dollar amount that the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) claimed it was owed.