“Google Starts Punishing ?Pirate? Sites but will it be effective? WikiLeaks Resumes Operations, meet the Virus Gauss.. A cyberculture roundup…

I never search google to download stuff. I know where I should go. I guess like porn sites, torrent people directly go to the addresses they already know. A different dynamic… Not the pirates but Google loses here… I hope…

Google Starts Punishing ?Pirate? Sites In Search Results

from TorrentFreak by Ernesto

For years entertainment industry groups have lobbied search engines to penalize sites that link to a high number of copyrighted files, and today Google has given in to their demands.

Facebook Pushing For Likes To Be Considered Free Speech

by Justin Lafferty

WikiLeaks Resumes Operations After Massive Cyberattack

from Mashable! by Alex Fitzpatrick


Meet the ?Gauss? Virus, Stuxnet and Flame?s New Cousin

by Alex Fitzpatrick


Social Media Becoming Online Battlefield in Syria

by Alex Fitzpatrick

A new currency: The missing factor in Google?s strategy

from The Next Web by Matthew Carpenter-Arevalo
While many critics have been quick to write off Google+ as a failed social experiment by what has been and inevitably always will be a search company, Google itself continues…


Kim Dotcom Was Assaulted By Police During Raid, Court Hears

from TorrentFreak by enigmax
Kim Dotcom has been giving evidence in the Auckland High Court today. The hearing, which is scheduled to run for three days, follows on from a court ruling in June that found the search warrants used to conduct the January raid against the Megaupload founder?s home were invalid. This week his lawyers will argue that the raid was unreasonable.

Not on Facebook? Employers, Psychiatrists May Think You?re a Psychopath

from Mashable! by Zoe Fox


Apple v. Samsung Closes Week Two, the Patent Expert Parade

from Wired Top Stories by Christina Bonnington
The second week in Apple v. Samsung has centered around the testimonies of expert witnesses on the patents involved in the case. Although the tedious breakdown of each patent could be considered dry, there are still interesting tidbits of information being revealed both in court, and in unsealed document filings.


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