Articles in category 'Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing'
Mexican Authorities Seized KickassTorrents “Clone” Domain Kickass.mx, a “clone” of a popular KickassTorrents, was withdrawn by the Mexican police. The site operator didn’t expect such a turn of events, but he is not going to give up and will continue to serve torrents from Cyberlocker Can’t Ignore Spam DMCA Notices German court has ruled that a file-hosting service Uploaded.net can be liable for pirated materials shared by its customers, even when the copyright takedown notices didn’t get through iCloud Account of Pippa Middleton Hacked, Images Stolen Following the hack of Pippa Middleton’s iCloud account, British police are investigating the theft of her 3,000 photos, which also contained images of the Duchess of Cambridge and her children, Prince George and Australian Agency Mistakenly Released Contact Names Linked to 5,000 Businesses A “human error” resulted in the Australian Bureau of Statistics unintentionally publishing contact names linked to over 5,000 Queensland organizations. This breach was among the 14 FBI to Disclose How It Broke into Shooter’s iPhone A US court has issued a summons to the FBI following the request of the group of media outfits to release details about how the agency hacked an iPhone of a San Bernardino shooter. 12% European Teenagers Gamble Online Online gambling by teenagers is becoming a huge public health concern in Europe: a recent survey found out that 1 in 8 is now gambling frequently. The survey covered 96,000 school students across 35 countries and revealed that Right to Be Forgotten Used to Expire News There are some new signs from Europe that the right to be forgotten is being applied directly against news websites – for example, the Italian court recently upheld a ruling European Wi-Fi Operator Found not Liable for Users’ Infringement The EU court has decided that the operator of an open Wi-Fi network can’t be held responsible for its users’ infringements. In the court case, Sony accused Pirate Party member Tobias McFadden of enabling music piracy. UK Computer Activist Lost Appeal against US Extradition Lauri Love, the British student accused of hacking into the US missile defense agency, Nasa and the Federal Reserve, has just lost his appeal against extradition to the United States. The judge decided the 31-year-old US Wants KickassTorrents Operator Extradition The United States has just sent notice to Polish authorities informing them that it wants to extradite 30-year-old Artyom Vaulin, the alleged operator of
Most Popular Stories