The Australian government is moving ahead with plans to crack down on online copyright infringement, with website blocking and warning notices coming in 2015.
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The Department of Finance has listed a request for tender on AusTender for suppliers interested in helping the government establish a whole-of-government cloud services panel.
In its response to the Australian government's online copyright infringement discussion paper, iiNet has called for the government to rethink what it means by online copyright infringements.
Bing's 'Image Widget' lands the software, services, and devices giant in hot water. The damages to Getty are "incalculable," the lawsuit says.
New documents reveal the existence of the US spy agency's ICReach, a search engine similar to Google which links to citizen communications data.
A new record has been set for the number of URLs that Google is asked to remove from search results over alleged copyright infringement.
Why would content owners want to make their products more easily available when the Australian government appears to be focusing entirely on deterring and punishing users for copyright infringement?
Emails to the Attorney-General's Department from the Australian Screen Association since the election show the group is keen on seeing the government act to stop online copyright infringement
Singapore's ICT regulator blames a vulnerability in Google's search bar for the breach that defaced two government sites including the prime minister's, after he pledged to "track down" hackers who target the country.
Ahead of what could be a crackdown on copyright infringement by a new Australian Coalition government, a study suggests that graduated response schemes to deter online copyright infringement don't work.
One U.S. law enforcement agency is struggling to snoop on messages sent by Apple devices, claiming they "cannot be intercepted." But lack of transparency on Apple's part may mean the technology giant is facing an influx of search warrants — and yet we don't know about it.
U.S. court dismisses a 2011 lawsuit against the Chinese search giant alleging it worked with its government to censor the Web.
In a "frequently asked questions" page, the search giant explains what exactly happens when a government agency or law enforcement requests your personal or private data.
The company has initiated a campaign against German government proposals that would force search engines to pay a copyright fee every time they bring up a snippet of a news story in their results.
The U.S. government is preparing an antitrust case against Google over its search monopoly, reports say, and could issue a formal complaint in the coming weeks.
Government lifts ban on Google's e-mail service after blocking it last week, following plans to introduce domestic versions of search and e-mail services soon.
Country announces plans to move citizens to its local Internet system after connecting government agencies to the platform, and said it will block access to Google's search and e-mail services.
The government wants to give access to more telecommunications data to assist with law enforcement. It sounds like an infringement on civil liberties. Will it be able to push it through?
Google is changing its search-engine algorithms to push down the search rankings of websites that receive large numbers of copyright-infringement notices.
The U.S. government leads the way in Google content removal requests, according to the search giant following the report of its bi-annual Transparency Report.
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