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April 23 2012

surveyork
07:25

March 30 2012

surveyork
08:21
surveyork
07:32
The Spanish copyright monopoly lobby Promusicae has filed lawsuit against the reputable Spanish professor Enrique Dans for “soiling their honor”, and demand €20,000 in damages.
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surveyork
07:30

March 22 2012

surveyork
11:27

February 17 2012

surveyork
10:45
the measures of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) dramatically alter current international legal framework, while introducing the first substantial processes of global internet governance. With complete contempt towards the democratic process, the negotiations of the treaty were exclusively held between industry representatives and government officials, while excluding elected representatives and members of the press from their hearings.

Under the guise of protecting intellectual property rights, the treaty introduces measures that would allow the private sector to enforce sweeping central authority over internet content. The ACTA abolishes all legal oversight involving the removal of content and allows copyright holders to force ISPs to remove material from the internet, something that presently requires a court order.

July 07 2011

surveyork
06:38
As if it was a domino effect, the news of the SGAE the so-called Operation SAGA could be somewhat lower after the incriminating documents to the organizations that have struggled in more recent times by the copyright in Europe and regulations on the network. IFPI , the RIAA Europe, is being investigated for tax evasion with a number of incriminating documents to the CEO and the head of the organization, and beat Ivo Sacchi Hogg.
After the SGAE, Germany investigates IFPI and its dome accused of tax fraud
surveyork
06:37
The IFPI (International Federation of the Phonographic Industry) may be quick to denounce others for breaking the law when it comes to downloading copyright infringement, but now the shoe is on the other foot. After incriminating documents surfaced about the organization, some very interesting questions about the IFPI are being raised.
IFPI Boss and CEO Accused of Tax Evasion in Germany

July 02 2011

surveyork
11:13

May 01 2011

surveyork
22:18
surveyork
22:11

April 15 2011

surveyork
11:13

April 14 2011

surveyork
06:49
The revised bill, which everyone agrees is an improvement, comes with a presumption of guilt, the possibility of NZ$15,000 fines, and possible disconnections in the future.
Guilty until proven innocent: New Zealand rushes ahead with P2P bill
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