News "Piracy" July 2013 News Archive

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This page contains all the news items for the tag "Piracy" for the month of July 2013. To view all news items without being the current tag filter, please click here.

 

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Weekly News Roundup (28 July 2013)

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Jul
28
2013



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People Power: Finnish Parliament to Vote on Crowdsourced Copyright Bill

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The citizens of Finland help to write new "fairer" copyright laws, a change from the lobbyist driven process ... Read more ...
Jul
25
2013



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Weekly News Roundup (21 July 2013)

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Jul
21
2013



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Web Advertisers Join Forces to Fight Piracy, MPAA Unimpressed

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The web's top ad networks announce plans to block ad money from going to piracy sites, but the MPAA says it's not enough ... Read more ...
Jul
21
2013



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Music Piracy Down by 80% Thanks to Spotify, New Report

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A new report shows the number of pirated music downloads have decreased by more than 80% in just four years, thanks to legal alternatives such as Spotify ... Read more ...
Jul
20
2013



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HBO Tries To Remove VLC Player Download Link From Google Results

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Another case of an erroneous DMCA takedown request, this time with HBO trying to remove a torrent of the popular open-source VLC player ... Read more ...
Jul
18
2013



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Weekly News Roundup (14 July 2013)

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Jul
14
2013



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RIAA to Sued File Sharer: Be Our Mouthpiece and We'll Reduce the Damages

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The RIAA has asked Jammie Thomas-Rasset to make a public statement against piracy in exchange for a reduction to the $222,000 in awarded damages that she owes them ... Read more ...
Jul
12
2013



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France Abandons Hadopi 'Three-Strikes' Copyright Law

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France's experiment with forced Internet disconnections has failed, and a new system will now only fine users ... Read more ...
Jul
11
2013