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Comcast has begun using dubious methods to alert users that it is infringing copyright. The method being used is called a man-in-the-middle attack usually employed by hackers to steal data.
The list of sites that UK ISPs are requested to block by copyright holders has been updated, and now includes more popular examples such as Demonoid, and even sites that sell counterfeit luxury goods.
One of the long-running legal battles between Google and Oracle over Android's use of the Java API has finally reached the Supreme Court, where it has been tossed out for the time being.
A browser-based version of Super Mario 64 developed using the Unity game engine has been forced to shutdown by Nintendo for violating its copyrights and intellectual property.
Under a draft code published today by UK communications regulator Ofcom, ISPs could be eligible to send warning letters to copyright infringers by 2014. This gives ISPs rights to monitor user activity.
In June 2010, the U.S. Government seized the video-sharing site NinjaVideo.net. Two weeks ago, the government filed charges, and a co-founder of the site has now pleaded guilty.
One has to wonder why the largest ISPs in America- Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T - are signing on to the new "six strikes" plan. Ars Technica asked Verizon's Ed McFadden, and he said Verizon is...
The saga apparently does continue. As was previously reported by Neowin, American ISPs have agreed to a "six strikes" voluntary contract with the music and movie industry. Users cannot appeal the first "alert", nor the...
The Pirate Bay is having a bad time after losing the court case about copyright infringement, and the threat of spending up to a year behind bars due to the massive public torrent web site....