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1/3 of 12-15-Year-Olds Face Hate Speech Online A recent UK research revealed that over a third of teenagers aged 12 to 15 are being exposed to hate speech on the Internet, since they now spend more time online than any other media activity. The research was conducted in the 3 months leading up to the end of June 2016. The industry group asked Facebook and Google Will Target Fake News Sites The two tech giants are going to pursue fake news websites and kick the hoaxers off their ad networks. The move intends to prevent misleading Lauri Love Will Be Extradited to US on Hacking Charges The UK home secretary has signed an order for the extradition of Lauri Love, 31, to the United States, where he could face up to 99 years of jail over hacking charges. Industry Players Support ISP in “Repeat Infringer” Case A number of industry groups have submitted their opinions on the piracy case between Internet service provider Cox Communications and music publisher BMG, claiming that the district court's decision can have disastrous Usenet Pirate Received €7,500 Fine for Sharing TV Shows A Usenet uploader will have to pay a fine to Dutch anti-piracy outfit for sharing more than 1,500 TV shows and agreed to stop his activities. Google Dismissed EC Charges over Android The US tech giant has dismissed the European Commission’s charges that Google abused the market dominance of its Android OS to prevent rivals from competing with alternative software and services Merkel Believes Russian Hackers Could Influence German Election Angela Merkel says Russia could try to influence Germany’s general elections in 2017 by launching cyber attacks or disinformation campaigns. This statement was made after the US accused Moscow of similar meddling in the US vote, Liberia Suffered Major Cyberattack Apparently, this time the hackers used the same weapon as in the largest cyberattack in history that took place a few days ago – as a result, the entire Internet infrastructure of the African nation of Liberia has been brought to a grinding halt. Google Dismissed EC Charges as “Wrong” The tech giant has responded (in 100 pages) to the European Commission’s statement of objections against Google Shopping, declaring it “wrong on the facts, the law, and the economics”. As a result, Google dismissed the case as just “the interests of a small number of websites”. Movie Streaming Website Sued in the US Fmovies.to has become quite popular worldwide within a few months after its appearance. The copyright owners were also quick to sue the service in a US federal court.
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