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The French Government is about to cut off 60 citizens for file-sharing violations.
American ISP Verizon has become a charter member of the P4P Workgroup, a collective of ISPs with an interesting idea on how to make P2P perform better and cost less.
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
In a bizarre move, the RIAA has acknowledged that its legal campaign against pirates is not solving the piracy problem... but it still feels it's necessary. Brilliant.
A mother has called the RIAA's bluff and stood up to their legal bully-boy tactics. The RIAA fails to provide any concrete evidence and gets slapped by a US court.
A man from Hong Kong has been charged with what is believed to be the first criminal conviction for using Bit-Torrent file sharing software.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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