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First Singapore Piracy Website Blocked by ISPs
In Singapore, the law targeting pirate online services was introduced back two years ago, but since then not a single domain has been blocked – until now. Solarmovie.ph will become the first piracy site to be blocked on copyright grounds by ISPs in the country. The entertainment industry welcomed the move as positive for copyright holders and helpful in preventing the spread of malware.
ISP Refused to Spy on Pirates
Music publisher BMG wants Cox Communications to spy on its subscribers in order to take action against people who download pirated content, but the ISP is objecting to a broad permanent injunction requested by the music group. The ISP informed the court that such demands are overbroad, vague and perhaps even illegal.
Facebook Will Be Sued in France over Account Blocking
The Paris appeal court has ruled that the social network can be sued in the country over its blocking of the account of a French user for posting a picture of Gustave Courbet’s 1866 painting The Origin of the World, which depicts female genitalia, 5 years ago. This court decision could set a legal precedent in France, where 30 million people regularly use Facebook.
iPhone “Error 53” Investigated in Australia
The local competition watchdog demanded Apple to explain an error message known as “error 53”, which in fact disables the smartphones. An Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is now considering whether such conduct breaches the consumer law in the country.
UK Surveillance Agency Doesn’t Breach Human Rights by Hacking People
The investigatory powers tribunal (IPT) has recently ruled that hacking of organizations, networks and mobile phones in the United Kingdom or abroad by the local surveillance agency GCHQ staff does not violate human rights. A panel of 5 members of the security tribunal decided that computer network exploitation, which may involve remotely activating microphones and cameras on smartphones without their owners’ knowledge, does not break the law.
Netflix Users Details Sold On Black Market
Black markets have always been there online, selling stolen credit card numbers, bank accounts and social media passwords; now the hackers want cheap Netflix, and this demand is also satisfied (illegally). According to a recent research of the ever-growing industry for stolen personal data, carried out by security company Symantec, the huge consumer interest in the popular streaming video service is being responded.
First Lawsuit against iPhone “Error 53” Filed
The first legal action was filed by a Seattle-based law firm PCVA against Apple, which is accused of deliberately “killing” its own smartphones if the customers have had them repaired by a third party.
Bitcoin Group Delayed Public Listing in Australia
The recent news from Australia revealed that Bitcoin Group decided to delay its public listing on the local stock exchange. The company is going to provide further information about the cryptocurrency to the exchange. The Bitcoin Group has been trying to become the 2nd listed Bitcoin entity in the country, but has faced some obstacles and has now reportedly had 6 delays to the listing
Writer's Escalated Copyright Case against Google to Supreme Court
The US Authors Guild continues its attempts to hold Google repsonsible for its digitization of millions of copyrighted books. A decade ago, when the tech giant first began to digitize books without permission, the Guild launched a lawsuit, which was finally dismissed in 2013. The court decided that Google’s scanning of the books and making “snippets” of text available to public constituted fair use. The judge claimed that Google Books actually provided significant public benefits.
Apple Faces Class Action over “Error 53”
The tech giant found itself under pressure to end its policy of permanently disabling repaired devices when software is upgraded. The movement is growing with consumers claiming the company could be acting illegally. US lawyers have already announced they are going to bring a class action against Apple representing victims whose £500 smartphones have been rendered worthless after iOS upgrade.


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