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Copyright Trolls Reached Finland
One of the law firms in Finland sent thousands of settlement demands to alleged pirates and now decided to make good on its threats to sue. Initially, the law firm asked the alleged infringers to pay between 600 and 3,000 euros per offense, but now it demands up to 10,000 euros plus court costs.
Major US ISPs Will Have to Prove their Speed Claims
A number of the largest American broadband providers were ordered to submit evidence that their “fast lanes” and premium services are quicker than ordinary access to the Internet. A few days ago, Time Warner Cable, Verizon and Cablevision received a letter from the office of New York’s Attorney General where concerns were raised that the users might not be getting the speeds advertised. The detailed information was requested from the ISPs by 8 November. The Internet companies were warned that records could be subpoenaed and legal action taken to stop any deceptive business practices.
US May Be Enabled to Jail Foreigners for Crimes Committed Abroad
CISA amendment may enable American courts to pursue and jail foreigners even if they have committed crimes against other foreigners and on foreign soil. According to the lawmakers, the main aim of the amendment to cybersecurity legislation, which has just passed a key Senate hurdle, is to lower the threshold for prosecuting crimes committed abroad. The problem is that the amended CISA would enable the courts to jail people not just for cloning the credit card or stealing the Netflix password, but also for breaching any US company online, no matter where it happens. This means that if a UK citizen hacks an Italian citizen’s credit card issued by the US payment system, he could be jailed for a decade in American prison under the amended law.
Major UK ISP Hacked, Customer Data at Risk
The authorities are investigating a significant cyber attack on TalkTalk website. According to security experts, the attack could have compromised the ISP subscribers’ credit card and other personal details. TalkTalk accounts for 4 million subscribers in the United Kingdom, and it is not the first time in the past year that its customers have been affected by data leaks.
WikiLeaks Published CIA Director's Emails
WikiLeaks has made documents allegedly collected from CIA director’s personal email account publicly available online. Moreover, the whistleblower claimed it was just the first series of publications. A few days ago, the news emerged that the personal email account of the top spy of the United States was breached by high school students (at least they said so), who threatened to release the contents of the personal emails.
China and UK Signed Cybersecurity Pact
According to the recent agreement, China has promised not to use cyber-espionage to steal commercial secrets from the United Kingdom. Xi Jinping, China’s president, spoke positively about improving human rights during his state visit. On his part, David Cameron publicly brushed aside concerns about cooperating with an undemocratic nation and announced cooperation on sensitive issues of security.
Facebook Privacy Practices Investigated in Ireland
The Irish data protection watchdog will investigate Max Schrems’ complaint over the privacy practices of the social network. The move follows a 3-year legal fight by the Austrian privacy campaigner. A few days ago, the High Court in Dublin quashed the Irish data protection commissioner’s original refusal to examine the student’s complaint filed on the issue of the alleged movement of his information outside of Europe by Facebook.
Tech Giants Continue to Oppose CISA Bill
22 of the world’s major tech firms, including Apple, Google, Twitter and Wikipedia, are firmly against the controversial Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (CISA). On the other hand, 12 firms back the legislation or have remained silent, including Comcast, HP, Cisco and Verizon. The bill is aimed at tightening Internet security and is being harshly criticized as infringing on civil liberties and privacy.
Netflix Contributed to Online Piracy Drop in Australia
Surprisingly enough, online piracy rate has significantly dropped in the country, for the first time in several years! It was noted that the drop coincides with the launch of Netflix, whose consumers admitted they are pirating less now and pointed at legal alternatives as the main reason.
BBC Blocked VPN Access to iPlayer
The BBC started blocking internet users from outside of the UK from accessing iPlayer. According to Torrentfreak, there are many reports from VPN users who can no longer access BBC iPlayer from several popular VPN services.

BBC iPlayer is an internet streaming catchup TV service for people in the United Kingdom and abroad. The service is available for a wide range of devices – phones, smartphones, laptops and PCs. According to BBC report, iPlayer is watched by more than 65 million people using VPN. 38 million people – are users from China.

VPNs,or Virtual Private Networks, have many, many uses – including allowing people outside the UK to stream video from iPlayer. You must be in the United Kingdom to watch iPlayer across the internet; using a UK VPN masks your true location, and convinces the BBC you're in the country and thus allowed to view iPlayer.

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