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This page contains all the news items for the tag "Downloading" for the month of October 2011. To view all news items without being the current tag filter, please click here.

 

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Google Bans FrostWire From Android Market, Doesn't Say Why

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Google bans the popular file sharing app FrostWire from Android Market, but doesn't tell the developers why ... Read more ...
Oct
21
2011



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Anti-Piracy Firm AiPlex: Requesting Bloggers To Remove Articles Seen As 'Negative'

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Digital Digest receives take-down notice from anti-piracy firm AiPlex, asking us to remove an article from last year that talked about the brief cyber-war between Anonymous and AiPlex, over claims that the anti-piracy firm had used illegal tactics in their war against piracy websites ... Read more ...
Oct
17
2011



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Australian Government Flags Copyright Law Changes, Some Good, Some Not So Good

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The Australian government wants to make it easier for rights holders and mass lawsuit firms to obtain information of suspected copyright infringers under new proposed changes to the copyright law ... Read more ...
Oct
15
2011



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Anti-Piracy Firm's New Approach - Leak Games, Get Downloaders To Buy Full Version

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A new anti-piracy firm has leaked and distributed copies of Dues Ex Human Revolution, modified it so that it directed gamers to an online questionnaire after the first few levels, asked them what they would pay for the game, and then offered them the game at the average price gamers were willing to pay - and many did ... Read more ...
Oct
11
2011



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European Greens Call For Copyright Reform, Legalized File Sharing, Banning of DRM

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The European Greens have released a new position paper on copyright reform which calls for a ban to DRM, legalizing not-for-profit file sharing of copyrighted works, and a reduction in the copyright protect period from 70 years to 20 years ... Read more ...
Oct
8
2011



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Copyright Lawsuits Come To Australia

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Mass copyright lawsuits comes to Australia, with Exetel boss revealing approaches by firm Movie Rights Group to seek the details of up to 9,000 Australians ... Read more ...
Oct
4
2011