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Music Labels sue YouTube music converter TubeFire


A chain of music recording labels have filed a lawsuit against a Tokyo-based YouTube to MP3 converting website, TubeFire. They are suing for $3 million in damages and want the…

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Surfing the Web at Work is Good

Web Surfing

A study shows that browsing and surfing the Internet from work is, in fact, refreshing and good for you and helps you be more productive. In the”Impact of Cyberloafing on…

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Germany bans Facebook ‘Like’ button


The data protection commissioner from Schleswig-Holstein state in Germany has declared that they are moving to eradicate the Facebook ‘like’ button on grounds that it violates German and European data…

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22 more Fake Apple Stores discovered


The authorities in Kunming, China has identified 22 more fake Apple stores, not too long after the controversy surrounding the discovery of those types of stores by an American blogger…

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Two Fake Apple stores closed down

Two fake Apple stores operating Kunming, China have been closed down for not having business license, and not because of copyright concerns. Chinese officials have stepped in, investigating a total…

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FBI arrest 16 Anonymous members, 14 of which were involved in PayPal cyber attacks

Fourteen individuals were arrested earlier this week in a series of raids conducted by the FBI, in conjunction with the recent cyber attacks carried out on the popular e-commerce business…

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Lady Gaga’s YouTube channel temporarily suspended for Copyright Infringement

It seems the stars are just as vulnerable to copyright claims as us regular Internet users. Earlier this week, Lady Gaga’s official YouTube account was suspended after the account manager…

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Increase Innovation in Trinidad by Cracking Down on Piracy

While supporting the “small man trying to make a living” and the average working Joe having the benefit of seeing the latest DVD movie or Music albums for a fraction…

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Monitor the authorities with OpenWatch

With sites like Wikilieaks exposing the dirty deeds of those we entrust to run our countries, OpenWatch is a new citizen-driven mobile phone program that allows the average man to…

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[Update] Skype installs EasyBits Go CrapWare on your systems without users’ prior knowledge

It seems that Skype is automatically installing crapware called EasyBits Go without informing or asking users for installation permission. This morning I was notified that Skype needed third-party access to…

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Dropbox under fire for lying to its customers about security

The popular file cloud sharing service is in a bit of hot water after an official complaint was filed at the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) over concerns of Dropbox actually…

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CPCC pushing for copyright tax on Memory Cards

The Canadian Private Copying Collective (CPCC) is back at it again, this time trying to get a copyright tax added to memory cards, on the grounds that these memory cards…

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The Pirate Bay routing issues causes ‘panic’ among Comcast users

Reports are coming in from hundreds of Comcast users that they are now unable to access the popular torrent site The Pirate Bay. Users on popular sites like Reddit And…

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Apple to update iOS to deal with Location Data; Denies tracking users


Apple has announced that it will release an updated version of its iOS software to deal with some of the concerns addressed by many users with regards to the recent…

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Michigan police could gather data from cellphones during traffic stops in minutes

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is concerned about Michigan police being able to gather geographical and personal data from cellphones during routing traffic stops. Michigan police obtained a device…

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