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With the direction of damages due to an anti-piracy case against a Dutch web hosting provider, there's a new precedent, albeit in Dutch law, for the actions a provider must take when informed of copyright infringing activities on servers and networks...
Facial recognition software systems are being used all over the world with very little control over how such systems might be deployed or used. Last week, the US Federal Trade Commission issued some guidelines for private companies on how facial reco...
How much would someone pay for the 7.org domain? How much for the z.org domain? At this time, no one is sure....
Twitter has made first-use of a power it granted itself last January to hold back content for a specific account in one or more countries, yet still allow access to that account's messages elsewhere in the world....
Last week, the country of the Philippines became the latest arena for the resolution of cyber-law. An executive act signed by the country's President was placed under a temporary restraining order issued by the Supreme Court of the Philippines. The a...
At recent meetings in Brussels, Belgium, officials from the European Union and the United States are finding themselves at odds with each other over several aspects of Internet and computer policy, including, to name only a few, the consideration of ...
From the moment 9/11 occurred, the US government has taken the position that any surveillance done to detect terrorism is proper, correct and legal and that wiretaps or any other evaluation of computer communications do not have to follow previously-...
Japan appears to be going its own way to combat Internet piracy after being one of the minority of countries that had signed an international trade agreement last summer to combat trade of counterfeit goods, said agreement then being shot down by a r...
Last week, Go Daddy, one of the world's largest web hosting providers, provided a public explanation for the outage on September 10th that shut down Internet hosting services for many of their customers. At the same time, the company also quietly wit...
In the continuing story of Microsoft versus the botnets, Microsoft announced last week that a settlement had been reached with the Chinese web hosting provider 3322-dot-org, an organization that ran the networks that had become the Command-&-Control ...