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Google May Ban Pirate Sites as “Repeat Offenders” Many file-sharing websites run a risk of being banned as "repeat offenders" by the search giant, but the most interesting thing is that it’s not because of copyright infringements. The company has updated its safe browsing service used by web browsers, including Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, Tesco Bank Was Hacked, £2.5m Stolen from 9,000 Customers The banking arm of the supermarket chain has announced that it had experienced “unprecedented” attack on its online accounts a few days ago, which resulted in the loss of £2.5 million. Russian Producers Accuse Search Engines of Facilitating Piracy Russian producers of movies and TV shows claimed they want search engines including Google, Bing and Yandex (the most popular Russian engine) to wipe piracy from their search results. The copyright owners want them to remove links to pirate websites on demand, or face being held liable for 3rd China Adopted New Controversial Cybersecurity Law The country has just adopted a new cybersecurity law, which is supposed to tackle threats like hacking and terrorism. However, the new law has also triggered concern from foreign business and rights groups. The legislation is set to come into effect in June 2017 Google Accused of Hiding Competing Webmail Service from Search Results The search engine has been accused of hiding a ProtonMail service from its search results for about a year, which cost the company hundreds of thousands in lost revenue Australians Might Be Given Right to Forbid Their Data Collection The Australian Productivity Commission is going to revolutionize the way personal data is collected and processed in the country. The Commission is calling on the federal government to grant consumers a “comprehensive right” in order to give them far greater control over their personal information. US ISP Warned Pirates over Account Termination Time Warner Cable has amended its copyright infringement notifications, adding an interesting clarification to warning pirates of the standard "mitigation measures": the company now says that repeat infringers Pirate Party Celebrates Victory in Iceland The Pirate Party scored 14.5% of the total vote in Iceland’s parliamentary election. Although it is lower than expected, it is the first time that a Pirate Party secured a serious victory File-Sharing in Sweden Declines According to the prominent anti-piracy group, file-sharing doesn’t show huge increase anymore, and piracy complaints result in prosecution more and more often. The Swedish government is also going to develop UK Bill to Tackle Pirate Kodi Box Sellers Withdrawn It recently became known that Members of Parliament and industry players were planning to clamp down on modified Kodi and other IPTV devices that let users access valuable content for free,
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