Hadopi Plans Large File-Sharing Warning Increase For 2013
In 2010 France became one of the first countries to initiate a controversial “3 strikes” mechanism to deal with the issue of online media piracy. The system sees rightsholder companies monitoring file-sharing networks for copyright infringements and alleged infringers’ ISPs pass on warnings. The system, administered by the Hadopi agency, has a stated aim of persuading citizens to buy content from official outlets in advance of them receiving a “third strike” and potential punis...
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Google earnings strong in 2012 but Motorola Mobility still lagging
Cut through the investor speak and the message is clear: Google made mega bucks in the fourth quarter of 2012. Racking in $14.42 billion in revenue, Google exits 2012 having hit $50 billion in total annual revenue for the first time . Yearly revenue jumped 36 percent compared to 2011, while quarterly net income hit $2.89 billion.That figure doesn't even include Motorola Home, which Google sold off for around $2.35 billion in cash and stock, a deal expected to close this year. With Home, Google c...
Pirate Bay Documentary First Ever to Premiere Online and at a Major Festival
Hollywood often hears that they force people into pirating films by failing to make their content widely available. It often takes months before a blockbuster movie appears online after it premieres in theaters, while the public demands instant access. So, when a documentary is made about the founders of The Pirate Bay, things have to be done differently. And this is exactly what’s going to happen with the upcoming release of TPB-AFK. Today it was officially announced that the documentar...
Google leaves 2012 swinging but Motorola Mobility still lagging
Cut through the investor speak and the message is clear: Google made mega bucks in the fourth quarter of 2012. Racking in $14.42 billion in revenue, Google exits 2012 having hit $50 billion in total annual revenue for the first time. Quarterly revenue jumped 36 percent compared to Q4 2011. There is one glaring black eye: Motorola Mobility. Though the division racked up $1.51 billion in revenue, it amounted to $353 million in losses. "We are pleased with velocity of change at Motorola, but we...
Sky Broadband admits too many new users are slowing down network
Sky has apologised to its broadband customers after admitting that a barrage of new customers have overloaded its network and slowed down connectivity.The Register reports that Sky Broadband Unlimited users in certain parts of the UK are experiencing massively reduced download speeds at peak times.One user in North Wales has seen their connection drop from 14Mbps to 2Mbps in the evenings, despite Sky promising never to slow down the service, even at peak times.Another user in Bristol saw their d...
isoHunt Turns 10 Years Old, Keeps on Fighting Copyright Cartels
IsoHunt celebrates its 10th birthday today. Although torrents weren’t added to the search engine until August 2003, the site is one of the longest surviving BitTorrent sites around. The fact that it’s still around is an achievement in itself as isoHunt has been fighting court cases with major media companies since 2006 when they were sued by the MPAA. Three years ago this case led to a court-ordered keyword filter to protect the copyrights of Hollywood. IsoHunt protested this decisi...
Google adds job listings to Google+, lets you apply with one click
Google's oft-visited job search page has been given a Google+ flavoured makeover, allowing users' job hunts to be tailored to their G+ profiles.The popular Google Jobs board now lets you use Google+ profile data to narrow your search results down. This leaves job hunters with customised job recommendations, the ability to follow with existing Google employees, the opportunity to sign up to job alerts and the option to star likely looking roles. DangerousWhat may come in most handy for those look...
Australian Pirate Party Gets Approved and Russians are Denied (Again)
There is a certain level of symmetry to the world. When one part of the world has day, the other half has night. And more importantly, when one hemisphere gets summer, the other has winter. Right now it’s summer in the southern hemisphere and the sun is certainly shining on Australian Pirates. While their antipodean cousins have been celebrating the launch of Mega, Australian Pirates have cause to celebrate, as the Australian Pirate Party is now formally recognized as a party. The party’s regis...
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Cuba opens one lane of Internet superhighway—inbound
Six years ago, work began on a telecommunications project that was supposed to open up the island nation of Cuba to the Internet, giving the people a high-speed connection to the rest of the world.  Earlier this month, that project finally started to bear fruit—sort of. At about the same time the government of Cuba dropped the requirement for its citizens to have exit visas to leave the country on travel, it opened up a new connection to the Internet. Or at least, half-opened it. While Cuba has...
Amazon to develop 'Zombieland' TV show for Prime Instant Video
Amazon will develop a TV show adaptation of the hit movie Zombieland for its Prime Instant Video service, it was reported on Monday.The company is seeking, like its big rival Netflix, to supplement its on-demand offering with original programming, rather than just archive movies and TV shows.Netflix is currently miles ahead in that game with the likes of Lilyhammer and the forthcoming House Of Cards and new episodes of Arrested Development, but it looks like Amazon has now landed a noteworthy sh...
Sergey Brin takes Google Glass for a ride on New York subway
Google's Project Glass Augmented Reality specs have made another appearance in the wild, this time on the bonce of company co-founder Sergey Brin.The company executive, 39, took the glasses for a test run on the New York City subway last week and was snapped wearing those by fellow passenger Noah Zerkin.Ironically, Zerkin is an augmented reality fan with his own projects in the field, insists that the meeting was coincidental and that the pair did not know each other.Speaking after the pair's br...
IMAGiNE BitTorrent Group Sysop Speaks Out as He Heads to Prison
In 2011 the notorious IMAGiNE movie piracy group was dismantled by the feds. The group was known for releasing large numbers of movies onto the Internet, many of them still playing in theaters. This attracted the attention of the MPAA who launched an investigation which eventually led to the arrests of four U.S. residents. These IMAGiNE members were charged with several counts of criminal copyright infringement and they eventually received prison sentences ranging from 23 months in prison up to...
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Google: we're just scratching the surface of search
Impressive though it may be, Google's search engine is still in its infancy according to head of search Amit Singhal.Speaking extensively with The Osbserver, Singhal explained that even Google is amazed at how far search has come in the past ten years, but that the best is yet to come. Pointing to his childhood love of Star Trek as inspiration, Singhal said, "I deeply believe now that shaped my thinking. "The fascination with flying through galaxies and talking to a computer that could a...
Lovefilm adds Channel 4 shows that Netflix already has
Peep Show, Spaced, The Inbetweeners, Friday Night Dinner, Father Ted, The IT Crowd and more are coming to Lovefilm's streaming line-up thanks to a new deal with Channel 4.Heading Lovefilm-wards in a specially branded 4OD section of the site, the Channel 4 programmes will boost the Amazon-owned streaming service in the television department. Comedy line-upA report issued at the end of last week showed that while Lovefilm is ahead of Netflix in the movie-streaming stakes, the newer-comer takes gol...
Dotcom’s Mega: Anti-Piracy Group Moves To Cut Off Site’s Finances
Yesterday was the big day. After a year of turmoil for Kim Dotcom and this associates, Mega was born from the ashes of Megaupload, destroyed by the U.S. government in January 2012 at the behest of the MPAA. The launch press conference in front of 200+ guests and a worldwide audience of millions was a loud and at times bizarre affair, but a couple of serious messages were underlined time and again. User privacy via encryption is paramount at Mega but that will not be at the expense of rightsholde...
Hyper-connected society is changing who we think we are
Social networks and online gaming aren't just changing the way we lead out lives day-by-day but also fundamentally changing the way in which we see ourselves as individuals, according to a major new report from the UK government. Obviously, we all spend far more time tapping away at our phones tweeting our hilarious snow photos, or Facebooking our latest culinary efforts but the Foresight Future Identities report commissioned by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills suggests that 'h...