Tagged: Copyright

Can Kim Dotcom's Mega beat the law where Megaupload failed? - Guest Work

Guest Author Jan 30, 2013

By Karl Schaffarczyk, University of Canberra Just 12 months after being arrested for copyright infringement, racketeering and money laundering for his involvement with now-defunct cyberlocker Megaupload, and despite facing extradition from New Zealand to the US to face such charges, Kim Dotcom has launched Megaupload’s successor: Mega. Flamboyant internet mogul Kim Dotcom The site went … Read More

How do you find images for your blog articles? - Code for life

Grant Jacobs May 04, 2011

To my patient followers–do I have any left?–I’m sorry for lack of writing for the last long while. My little cottage needed attention, still does. Work, as always, needs attention - still does, too. Faced with all this my writing today is brief and off-the-cuff. [caption id="attachment_6281" align="alignleft" width="231" caption="Source: http://xkcd.org/"][/caption] … Read More

Are the days of torrenting numbered? - Griffin's Gadgets

Peter Griffin Dec 16, 2009

The Government has just released a cabinet paper outlining proposed amendments to the Copyright Act to battle widespread illegal downloading of copyrighted material. Many will remember the backlash earlier in the year when the infamous section 92a proposal was nearly passed into law. It would have allowed internet providers to disconnect those suspected of illegally downloading copyright material … Read More

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