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Ecuador Cut off Julian Assange’s Access to the Internet Ecuador embassy in London has confirmed that it temporarily cut off Internet access to the founder of WikiLeaks over fears that Assange was using the Internet to interfere in the US Another Video Streaming Service Goes down Putlocker.is was one of the most popular video streaming services among file-sharers, before it went offline without any explanation a few days ago. The website currently displays a CloudFlare error message indicating that its servers Facebook to Offer Free Basics in US The social networking giant is going to extend its Free Basics service to the US. Free Basics offers a free but limited access to the web to those in need. Facebook has been negotiating with Australian Movie Chief Compared Pirate Site Operators to Heroin Dealers The co-chief of media company Village Roadshow has warned an international movie convention that operators of pirate websites are similar to people selling heroin. He called for MPAA Complained to US Government about Russian Pirates The Motion Picture Association of America has reported a number of “notorious” sites, both online and offline, to the US Government. The provided list includes our site and The Pirate Bay of course, but for some reason it seems that the movie group New uTorrent Feature Is for Private Trackers uTorrent developers recently introduced a new feature in the torrent client, “Altruistic Mode”. The feature is built into the latest release of the client and has since been bemusing file-sharers who are already generous. The feature was FBI is Trying to Break into Another Terrorist’s iPhone The Federal Bureau of Investigation is allegedly making attempts to hack another password-locked Apple smartphone. This time, the device belonged to Dahir Adan, the perpetrator of a knife attack in Minnesota. The Bureau confirmed Portugal Has the Best Pirate Site-Blocking System A voluntary pirate site-blocking scheme in Portugal was appreciated by the MPAA, which called it the best international example of anti-piracy practices. While copyright holders in other countries have to push blockades through the courts – both expensive and controversial, Spotify App Suffered from Malvertising The popular music streaming service has been hit by “malvertising”, with a malicious advert pushed through the free tier of the music streaming website opening “questionable” website pop-ups for the app US Does not Control the Internet's “Address Book” Anymore The part of the worldwide web managing the so-called “address book” is no longer controlled by a US organization but by an international group. This move led to heated pre-election rhetoric, mainly from US
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