The City of London police will start pasting banners on copyright-infringing sites warning users to go elsewhere.
Showing results 1 to 9 of 9
When the USA just about invents the bulk of today's technology, you might think it has a right to say how it should work; however, the amount of US government involvement over copyright legislation is disturbing.
ACS:Law, a legal firm that sent hundreds of letters to people claiming breaches of copyright law, has failed in an attempt to have default judgements made against eight people it has accused of copyright infringment.Default judgements were not appropriate for such a complex legal case, as they are meant for administrative work, Judge Birss ruled at the London Patents County Court at the beginning of December.
Late last week I got to share milk and cookies with Mike Kirkup who is RIM’s director of developer relations. Mike was passing through London on the European leg of his 'press the flesh with press' tour 2009 after the recent RIM developer conference in the USA, which ZDNetUK has already reported on.
The Sony Ericsson XPERIA X1 is one of the most anticipated Windows Mobile devices given that SE is joining the ranks of Windows Mobile and the unique design features. With a confirmed T-Mobile USA 3G version coming I will be buying this device to use with my T-Mobile account as soon as I can. Today Sony Ericsson held an exclusive media preview event in London and Paul at MoDaCo covered it live. Arne Hess also posted a video with some hands-on time with the XPERIA X1.
After Hours: Boing Boing editor Cory Doctorow and free software activists denounce copyright law in London's Hyde Park
Wednesday 13/4/05To the Copyright Bar in Wapping for our Q1 party, right outside the brooding menace of the News International empire. Wapping is one of those areas of London that seems to have its own psychic microclimate: everything is a degree or two colder, the buildings a touch more threatening and the sense of foreboding just that bit more forebodery.
Activists at a gathering outside the US Embassy in London this afternoon call for the release of Russian programmer Dmitry Sklyarov
LONDON--Protesters gathered outside the US Embassy in London this afternoon to call for the immediate release of Dmitry Sklyarov, the Russian programmer who was arrested by the FBI for creating software that circumvented the copyright protection mechanism in Adobe's eBook reader. Thirty-three activists arrived an hour late in Grosvenor Square, at 2pm, laden with banners such as "Visit the USA, go to jail".