"international" tag (sorted by SiNergy)

The Pirates Bay Found Guilty

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The founders, along with two employees, of The Pirate Bay have been sentenced to one year in jail in Sweden for breaking 33 copyright laws. The court found them guilty of helping users commit copyright violations and the four also were ordered to pay $3.6 million in damages to copyright holders such as Warner Bros., MGM, etc.

Island Gathering Registration Opens

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Online registration for Island Gathering 2009 has begun. The event will take place on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus Oct. 21-24.

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iiNet Wins 1st Round Against Copyright Cops

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As the war on piracy rages on, it would seem that the focus has moved from prosecuting individuals to targeting ISPs. While it would seem that many US ISPs are bowing down to the RIAA, it’s nice to see that some ISPs are standing up to these types of groups.

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Spanish Copyright Holders Punish the Innocent

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I get that copyright holders want to protect their property and fighting piracy seems like an never-ending battle, but this is just ridiculous! Copyright holder advocates want Spanish ISPs to pay for alleged revenue losses due to piracy. They are demanding ISPs impose a surcharge on all customer accounts and cut off access of alleged copyright infringers.

Sweden No Longer a Piracy Hub

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Internet traffic dropped significantly in Sweden after a new law went into effect that cracks down on online copyright violations. Sweden had made a name for itself as a hub of illegal file-sharing, but now, thanks to the new law, ISPs are required to disclose personal information about suspected violators to copyright owners. As a result daily online activity dropped more than 40%.

Australia’s Secret Censorship List Not So Secret

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This just in- The Australian government's top-secret website blacklist has been leaked onto the Internet. Apparently the list contains 2,395 sites that are blacklisted under "the great Aussie firewall”.

Pope Thinks of New Uses for the Good Book

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There has been a lot of hoopla lately over Pope Benedict XVI stance on condoms. The Pope believes that distributing condoms is not the answer to curbing the spread of HIV in Africa and that it actually may be escalating the problem. He also believes that placing a bible over an erect penis before intercourse is the only guaranteed way to prevent the spread of Aids. What a fucking lunatic!

ISP Sued Over Copyright Infringement

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The Australian Federation against Copyright Theft is suing iiNet, Australia’s 3rd largest ISP, on behalf of 7 film companies. The organization claims iiNET customers engaged in illegal file sharing and since iiNet refuses to give up customer info, they are getting slapped with the law suite.

Germany Takes Advantage of Wikileak Fiasco

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Police raided the homes of Theodor Reppe, owner of wikileaks.de, after Wikileaks published a list of banned websites. Wikileaks has been publicizing censorship lists from Australia, Denmark and other countries, exposing hidden government agendas.

I Thought the Chinese Were Smart?!

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In an effort to assist the Chinese government with their crackdown on internet porn, the Chinese Academy of Sciences has come up with a tool that detects porn on the Internet. However, there is one tiny little problem with this new tool… it can only recognize porn in written form. Doh!

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