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Ten year prison sentences for P2P.
'Bye bye, Skype,' says Dotcom.
'Impossible to shut down,' claims creator.
Brand-new films hit the torrents.
Looks to protect consumers from infringement.
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Ofcom has published a draft code to establish a three-strikes copyright system in the UK, based on the DEA.
The High Court has ordered ISPs to start blocking access to Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.
The French Government is about to cut off 60 citizens for file-sharing violations.
Bayfiles enables users to share files via links, rather than searchable torrents.
BT could block Usenet indexing website Newzbin if the Motion Picture Association gets its way.
IMDEA researcher Michael Kryczka says that 66 per cent of torrents originate from just 100 seeders.
A US District Judge has ordered popular BitTorrent search engine IsoHunt to remove all links to copyright content - and a US pro-copyright group is suing 20,000 residents for file sharing.
The High Court has handed a judgement to Usenet gateway Newzbin, finding the company guilty of copyright infringement - despite the fact that content is offered by individual users.
The Digital Economy Bill - designed to curtail copyright infringement online - could have a nasty side effect: preventing businesses from offering their customers free WiFi.
A survey carried out by New Zealand-based UMR Research reveals that watching pornography online is considered morally more acceptable than P2P downloading.
TalkTalk executive Andrew Heaney has responded to comments made by Bono to the Wall Street Journal that ISPs should police copyright violations like child porn - calling it an "outrage."
A new survey conducted by Ipsos Mori and commissioned by Demos suggests that file sharers spend more than twice as much on music per year as non-infringing users.
The law firm who represented file sharer Jammie Thomas-Rasset is now on the other side of the courtroom, accusing sharing site Scribd of infringement.
The RIAA has won its case against Usenet.com after accusing the company of facilitating direct, contributory, and vicarious infringement of copyright.
As the credit crunch bites, file sharing giant BitTorrent has made some cost-cutting measures including laying off half of its staff and replacing its CEO.
Troubled magazine sharing site mygazines.com has officially shut its doors, citing "monetory reasons and the state of the global economy" rather than legal issues for its closure.
October 15 2020 | 14:00
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