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New Season of Mr. Robot Includes a Nod to Internet Pirates TorrentFreak has recently pointed out that one of the episodes of the new season of TV show Mr. Robot includes a nod to online pirates: we can see the main character pirating Swedish ISPs Fight against Copyright Owners Pressure Local copyright holders are urging ISPs to take tougher measures against online piracy, accusing them of generating millions in profit from copyright Comcast Sued by US Government over Consumer Rights Violations Washington state has launched a $3.7bn lawsuit against Comcast claiming that the telecommunications firm violated the Consumer Protection Act millions of times. If it wins, the exact award would be up to Getty Responds to $1bn Copyright Lawsuit A few days ago, a copyright complaint was filed against Getty Images by a photographer Carol Highsmith, after the latter was threatened by an agent for using her own Hollywood Targeted Streaming Subreddit
Warner Bros has sent a fresh takedown notice to the BestOfStreamingVideo subreddit, a popular community where users shared links to pirated streams of movies and TV shows. However, the notice hasn't had any effect. In response
Sony Sued For 2014 Leakage Two years ago, Sony became a victim of a massive cyberattack. As a result, lots of data was stolen, including several movies, which immediately appeared online. Now Sony is sued by the owner of one KickassTorrents’ Operator Hired Kim Dotcom’s Lawyer Artyom Vaulin, the alleged owner of KickassTorrents, which was taken down by the US government, has retained lawyer Ira Rothken. The latter is known as the legal representative of Kim FBI Investigating DCCC Hack The Federal Bureau of Investigation looks into a hack of the fundraising Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC). The rumors are that the cyber attack may be related to an earlier Facebook Investigated in the US over Unpaid Tax The tech giant could be liable to pay from $3bn to $5bn in extra tax in the United States following the investigation by the tax agency into the way Facebook transferred assets Facebook Ordered to Refund In-App Purchases A California court has decided that the social network must provide refunds for purchases made in apps and games by children without their parents’ permission. Now hundreds of thousands of people
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