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Pippa Middleton Sued Hacker of Her iCloud Account Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, has reportedly taken high court action against the hacker or hackers who breached her iCloud account and stolen private pictures. The case against Kim Dotcom Urged Court to Rehear His Case Back in August, the court of appeals rejected efforts by the MegaUpload founder to regain control over millions of dollars in assets seized by the American government many years ago. Now Kim Dotcom urges YouTube Ripping Website Sued by Music Labels YouTube-MP3, the world's leading YouTube ripping service, is sued by a group of anti-piracy groups: the IFPI, RIAA, and BPI in the United Kingdom announced launching a lawsuit to protect the rights of artists and recording labels. WhatsApp Was Ordered to Stop Collecting User Data in Germany German Commissioner for Data Protection and Freedom of Information has ordered WhatsApp’s parent company to stop collecting user data from its messenger app and destroy any data it has already received. Facebook recently announced that it would start sharing WhatsApp user data for the purpose 20 Years in Jail for a Hacker Exposing US Targets to Isis Ardit Ferizi, 20, who helped Islamic State by providing the names of about 1,000 US government employees as potential targets, got 20 years in prison as a sentence. This was much higher than the 6-year term asked Mexican Authorities Seized KickassTorrents “Clone” Domain Kickass.mx, a “clone” of a popular KickassTorrents, was withdrawn by the Mexican police. The site operator didn’t expect such a turn of events, but he is not going to give up and will continue to serve torrents from Cyberlocker Can’t Ignore Spam DMCA Notices German court has ruled that a file-hosting service Uploaded.net can be liable for pirated materials shared by its customers, even when the copyright takedown notices didn’t get through FBI to Disclose How It Broke into Shooter’s iPhone A US court has issued a summons to the FBI following the request of the group of media outfits to release details about how the agency hacked an iPhone of a San Bernardino shooter. Right to Be Forgotten Used to Expire News There are some new signs from Europe that the right to be forgotten is being applied directly against news websites – for example, the Italian court recently upheld a ruling European Wi-Fi Operator Found not Liable for Users’ Infringement The EU court has decided that the operator of an open Wi-Fi network can’t be held responsible for its users’ infringements. In the court case, Sony accused Pirate Party member Tobias McFadden of enabling music piracy.
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