Music Industry’s latest kill: Limewire

Posted by on October 27th, 2010
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Instead of finding alternative ways, Music Industry goes against the wave. You can kill Napster, Kazaa, Limewire but there will always be other sites…

Adios, Limewire!

from Daily Bits by noemi

Remember that green round slice of lime? There was once a time when I saw it every day when I turned my computer on, but if I remember correctly, those days were short-lived. For some users, Limewire probably played a larger part in their lives.

Filesharing software distributor LimeWire ordered to close by Court

from Wikinews

France: 25,000 families a day at risk of losing Internet access

from Boing Boing by Cory Doctorow

France’s HADOPI administrator (which processes copyright accusations against Internet users) is now receiving 25,000 complaints a day. A family whose household attracts three unsubstantiated complaints is disconnected from the Internet for a year. Meanwhile, use of non-P2P downloading sites to get access to infringing copies is way up.

Officials publish cyberspace operations doctrine

from Docuticker
Officials publish cyberspace operations doctrine Source: U.S. Air Force The LeMay Center for Doctrine Development and Education approved and published the newly developed Air Force Doctrine Document 3-12, Cyberspace Operations. Maj. Gen. David S. Fadok, the LeMay Center’s commander, said cyberspace operations are critical to effective operations across the range of military operations. … The doctrine outlines Air Force […]

Is the Kremlin about to get WikiLeaked?

from FP Passport by Joshua Keating

The Christian Science Monitor reports that Assange and Co. may be going after Moscow next:

“We have [compromising materials] about Russia, about your government and businessmen,” Mr. Assange told the pro-government daily Izvestia. “But not as much as we’d like… We will publish these materials soon.”

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