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The ISP has been forced by a court to give pornographer Ben Dover and copyright enforcement outfit Golden Eye the details of almost 1,000 customers, who have been accused of unlawfully downloading films.
As long as it is not done for profit or commercial gain, Portuguese law does not prohibit people from sharing music and video files online, a judgement has stated after 2,000 people were sued by a rights-holder group.
The ISP has followed BT, Sky and TalkTalk in complying with a court order forcing it to stop access to the Usenet aggregator, after six movie studios won a copyright infringement case
New standard allows more globally unique IP addresses which raises privacy concerns, but increased number of addresses could make scanning by cybercriminals more difficult.
Research from the web giant and the PRS shows that unlawful file-sharing is getting more popular in the UK, but money is also flowing in from legal alternatives
Unified edge switches, like D-Link's new DWS-3160 model, allow management of both wired and wireless clients from the same device. So instead of requiring a separate central WLAN controller to manage the wireless APs in an office, plus a separate switch to handle wired LAN traffic, a unified switch architecture allows the switch itself to fulfil either or both roles.
If you thought TV, movie and music studios were the most likely candidates to have asked Google to remove pirated and copyright-infringing content, think again.
The High Court ruling in a case brought by a collection of music labels against The Pirate Bay looks likely to lead to the popular file-sharing site being blocked by the UK's major ISPs
Transaction-signing tokens help mitigate emerging social engineering attacks, observers say, with one adding that banks should continue investing in security systems refresh.
Permitting illegal downloads for personal use won't help businesses or curb rampant piracy and any multi-pronged solution should target problem, not symptoms, observers say.
The Motion Picture Association has written to major ISPs, saying it is about to seek a court order forcing them to follow BT in blocking access to Newzbin2
The government will not use Digital Economy Act powers to block access to sites used for copyright infringement, although the courts have given rights holders that power anyway
In his first visit down under, Intel vice president and general manager, PC Client Group, Shmuel "Mooly" Eden last night demonstrated the company's vaunted second-generation core processors, also known as "Sandy Bridge", to the gathered Australian IT industry.
Priced to attract smaller businesses needing simple network management capabilities, the DES-1100-24 is a decent, if fairly basic, smart switch with a couple of interesting features.
The director of an Indian anti-piracy group has now flatly denied reports that say the film industry had contracted it to attack and cripple BitTorrent sites hosting copyrighted material.
Having had a few days to reflect upon Enterprise 2.0, gather alternative perspectives and, purely by coincidence, attend and participate at SAP Inside Track London, some important pennies have started to drop into place.
NBN Co has said that it will release more information defining where points of interconnect will be placed on the National Broadband Network (NBN) following broad industry calls for more information.
The singer argued that online file sharing is hurting music and film creators and placed much of the blame on bandwidth providers.
Proposals that could force ISPs to cut off the internet connection of persistent copyright infringers will be included in a bill going before parliament next month