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Danish Pirate Bay Block Breaks EU Law

Last week a Danish court ordered the ISP "Tele2″ to block its customers access to The Pirate Bay. The decision heated the debate on ISPs Internet filtering, and it now turns out that filtering traffic... More...

Study Finds 25 Countries Block Web Sites

The OpenNet Initiative, a collaboration between researchers at Cambridge, the University of Oxford, Harvard University and the University of Toronto, had the time and capabilities to study only 40 countries and the Palestinian territories. The... More...

Turkey to block 'insulting' Web sites

A parliamentary commission has approved a proposal allowing Turkey to block Web sites that are deemed insulting to the founder of modern Turkey. Parliament plans to vote on the proposal, which indicates the discomfort that... More...

Quero Toolbar 3.3: Customize IE7 & Block Ads

Quero Toolbar is a navigation bar replacement with an integrated ad blocker for Internet Explorer that enhances the browsing experience in several ways. Key features: All-In-One Toolbar: Navigate, Search & Find Powerful combination of address... More...

Justices block Internet porn law

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that a law meant to punish pornographers who peddle dirty pictures to Web-surfing kids is probably an unconstitutional muzzle on free speech. The high court divided 5-to-4 over... More...

New tool designed to block song swaps

Network security company Palisade Systems this week will launch software designed to identify and block copyrighted songs as they are being traded online. Created by software firm Audible Magic, the song-filtering software... More...

German state to block US neo-Nazi sites

Germany's most populous state is requiring Internet providers to block two US-based neo-Nazi websites after a court ruled the measure did not violate the providers' rights, officials said Thursday. The verdict followed... More...

DivX plots course to block pirates

Thanks to nekrosoft13 for sending in this info. Video compression provider DivXNetworks has teamed with the Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics to develop a system to protect digital video and audio from copyright... More...

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