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British Police Hijack Ads of 74 Pirate Sites
TorrentFreak’s Freedom of Information request allowed the team to learn more interesting details about the British “piracy police”, which appeared to be hijacking the adverts of 74 suspected pirate portals. The list of the domain names wasn’t disclosed, because this could “raise the profile of these websites”.
Court Let Movie Studio Seize File-Sharing Websites Assets
The US court has recently granted Lionsgate’s request for a preliminary injunction against 6 file-sharing services which were distributing the Expendables 3 leak. This decision may result in all bank accounts and other financial assets of the websites being frozen. Moreover, the websites’ domain names can suffer as well.
Results of Russia’s Anti-Piracy Law
Russia’s controversial anti-piracy law has been in force for one year now, and how the local web suffered from it thus far? According to the country’s telecoms agency, 12 websites, mainly torrent trackers, were blocked in the past year. Apparently, web-blocking has changed very little, and the infringing content is as easy to find as before.
UK Proxy Service Resurrected
Only a few days after the British “piracy police” shut down the proxy service called Immunicity and arrested its owner, the service (or its clones, to be precise) resurrected. Just like the original service, the new ones allow Internet users to access The Pirate Bay and other blocked websites completely free of charge.
North Koreans Will Use Secret Aerials to Watch Banned TV
Young developers have recently won a competition to help spread information inside North Korea: they want to design small, easily hidden aerials able to intercept South Korean TV programs. “Hack North Korea”, a two-day “hackathon” arranged by Human Rights Foundation, involved programmers, human rights campaigners and defectors, suggesting to find new ways to bypass the strict controls on the flow of information inside North Korea.
Operator of Torrent Proxies Arrested
British police have arrested the alleged operator of Immunicity and some torrent website proxies. The young man was first questioned at the police station, and then released on bail. The UK Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit took offline the proxy service Immunicity, along with a number of reverse proxies offering access to blocked portals like TPB and KickassTorrents.
Student’s Facebook Privacy Suit Gained Massive Support
Over 17,000 Facebook users have decided to join a class action lawsuit which accuses the social network of infringing data protection law and supporting spying by the NSA. The lawsuit in question was launched in the early August by a 26-year-old Austrian law student, Max Schrems. Schrems filed his claim in Austria, calling for 1 billion Facebook users to join his case. And some of them did. Indeed, lots of them did.
Court Approved Apple Settlement in Ebook Case

The tech giant has managed to receive a court approval of a settlement in a case where Apple ran an ebook cartel with other publishers to jack up the price. The company has always denied that its pricing cartel was illegal and that it did anything wrong. Apple is appealing its conviction; the settlement is conditional on the tech giant not getting the case overturned on appeal.
Tor Taken down by Government-Sponsored Hackers

Hacker agencies hired by the US government managed to take down one of the last refuges of dissidents in oppressive regimes. The Tor system has long been recognized the only way that dissidents could communicate in repressive regimes. It is also known for being used by whistleblowers to leak their information. Now Tor is warning that many of its users could be identified by government-funded researchers.
Chinese Government Banned Symantec and Kaspersky Lab

The most well-known anti-virus companies Symantec and Kaspersky were banned from working on government contracts in China. According to the local media, the authorities are trying to limit use of foreign technology – as a result, Symantec, owned by the US, and Kaspersky, owned by the Russians, can no longer apply for government contracts.


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