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On 1 March 2013, Kim Dotcom suffered a setback when he lost an appeal that had been filed with a New Zealand court that reportedly decided the US Government is not obliged to provide full disclosure of its case against Dotcom prior to Dotcom’s
A man who racked up a £50,000 debt on an online betting site, Spreadex, has been released of paying the debt after claiming that his girlfriend’s 5 year old son made (very unsuccessful) unauthorised trades using his account.
While we all know that protecting the copyright and intellectual property rights of creators is an essential part of creative freedom, two proposed Bills in the US (the Stop Online Privacy Act ‘SOPA’ and the Protect Intellectual Privacy
Big Brother Blindfolded at Last? USA moves to create a bill of rights aimed at consumer data privacy
In light of recent breaches into consumer privacy (as noted in this blog), the US Government last Friday (24.02.2012) issued a blueprint for legislation: “Consumer Data Privacy in a Networked
Kim Dotcom (nee Kim Schmitz), internet pirate and founder of megaupload.com, has been granted bail in New Zealand today as District Court Judge Nevin Dawson deemed that Dotcom was no longer a flight risk.
Last April, the late Steve Jobs assured us that Apple ‘haven’t been tracking anybody’, despite the fact that Apple had been recording and storing iPhone users’ location – information made available via the device.