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Pirate Party Winning in Iceland According to the latest polls, the Pirate Party in Iceland has a serious shot at taking part in the next Government coalition, with roughly 20% of all votes just before the Banks Will Save Bitcoins to Pay Cyber Ransoms Some UK largest banks are going to stockpile Bitcoins and later use them to pay off cyber criminals threatening to bring down their critical IT systems. Bitcoins are being acquired by the largest Russians in Cyberattacks: Hacking Czech Republic The Czech government suddenly decided to follow the US example and accused Russia of conducting a propaganda war on its soil. The country even set up a unit to counter the “networks of pro-Moscow puppet groups”. The Czech interior minister claimed Russians in Cyberattacks: Hacking LinkedIn A Russian citizen has been charged with hacking and stealing data from a number of tech firms, including LinkedIn. The reports are that a grand jury indicted 29-year-old Evgeny Nikulin on charges of computer intrusion and aggravated Someone in Cyberattacks: Hacking EU and US Internet Service The United States is investigating cyberattacks that led to widespread online disruption across the US and Europe a few days ago. The DHS has launched an investigation into the DDoS attack, which took offline some of the most popular websites: Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, CNN, PayPal, Pinterest, Fox News, the Guardian, Fraudulent Websites Sell Copyright Registrations Worldwide A network of misleading websites has been charging Internet users to pay for copyright registrations in the United Kingdom, Australia and other countries, although it's a free and automatic right almost everywhere. Indian authorities even take legal action to stop the "fraudulent" operation. Boxing Promoter Fights against Pirate Streamer Duco Events, a large boxing promotion company, is trying to track down an individual streaming their events for free. They posted a “wanted” poster on Facebook featuring an alleged pirate and offered a cash Amazon to Set up Physical Stores Selling Groceries Added: Thursday, October 13th, 2016
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Current Events
Tags: ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.extratorrent.cc, 2016
Some reports suggest that the online giant retailer is going to build real corner stores to sell food products in order to further expand into BuzzFeed Was Hacked in Retaliation for Exposing a Hacker OurMine hacking collective breached BuzzFeed in apparent retaliation for the latter’s story claiming to reveal the identity of one of its members. Just a day before, BuzzFeed published a story that claimed to identify one of OurMine members as a Saudi teen. The very next day BuzzFeed was hacked and Game Developers Found Common Language with Pirates SUPERBEAT XONiC developers have recently discovered that links to cracked versions of their game were shared on Reddit. Instead of suing pirates, they thanked them for interest shown and offered
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