Staff of Hollywood studios found using torrents at work to download pirated copies of movies, games, and other materials. This was December 25 edition reported by TorrentFreak. The analysis was performed using the service ScanEye, showing downloading any materials produced from a particular IP-address. TorrentFreak discovered that addresses the involvement of major filmmakers in exchange(…)
By synt4x in Cyber Laws, Security Tags: against the SOPA, ComScore, English-language section, microblog statistics research firm, Motion Picture Association of America, MPAA, Recording Industry Association of America, RIAA, Wikipedia English, Wikipedia plans
Internet encyclopedia Wikipedia is planning today to disable English section, protesting against the U.S. Congress considered a new anti-piracy bill, known as SOPA. Previously voted against the SOPA many Internet companies, who considered him too radical and affect the interests of law-abiding businesses and consumers. Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales on the eve of his microblog on Twitter(…)
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In the U.S., several major Internet companies, including Google, Yahoo and Facebook, have announced their protest against the SOPA – American Law against online piracy, which would allow the authorities to deny access to sites with pirated content. They previously expressed its disapproval of these two bills, but now 9 giants in the face of(…)