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After a heated debate in Brussels today, the responsible committee in the European Parliament has decided to not send ACTA to the European Court of Justice, but to press on and make a final decision right away. This means that the final battle of ACTA stands right now,and has finished before the height of midsummer. After the recent Read more »
The foundation Brein goes to court again to challenges ISPs UPC, KPN, T-Mobile and Tele2 (Dutch internet providers) because of the download site for The Pirate Bay. Brain wants the ISPs to block the site for there users. Previously Brein managed to win against Ziggo and XS4ALL through the courts to force the site to Read more »
The European Commission is no longer trying to get the anti-piracy treaty ACTA ratified on short term. The committee wants the European Court of Justice will first look at it.
According to European Commissioner Karel De Gucht, there is much misinformation about the ACTA treaty. A ruling of the Court, according to De Gucht would take that away. Read more »
A 28-year old man from Comstock Park, Michigan, has been arrested and charged with criminal copyright infringement. Yonjo Quiroa is the alleged operator of nine of the sixteen streaming related domain names that were seized a few hours ago as part of ‘Operation Fake Sweep’. Earlier today we reported that leading up to the Super Bowl this Read more »