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SAP ordered to pay Oracle $ 1.3 billion in

Published: November 24, 2010 by admin

The district court of the United States in Oakland, California, has condemned the German software company SAP to pay Oracle $ 1.3 billion. The SAP was accused of patent infringement and theft of intellectual property at the expense of Oracle. The compensation of 1.3 billion recognized by the court is less than the required [...]

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Mininova removes torrents illegal

Published: November 28, 2009 by admin

Mininova has removed from its website the torrent which refer to material protected by copyright. From now on will only be available on mininova torrent that refer to material that is protected by copyright. The decision, announced on the official blog, is related to the compliance of the judgment of the court of Utrecht Dutch about three [...]

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The Pirate Bay, off the tracker

Published: November 18, 2009 by admin

The end of an era for The Pirate Bay. The Pirate Bay has decided, independently, to turn off the tracker and become a sort of search engine for torrents. A move that comes at the end of a dark period for the Bay. The Pirate Bay has been at the center of a process that has seen [...]

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Pirates? are the best customers for the record industry

Published: November 5, 2009 by admin

The more people who illegally download material covered by copyright are also those who tend more to buy music legally. These are the results of a British study conducted by research firm Ipsos Mori. According to this study, which involved 1,000 people aged between 16 and 60 years old [...]

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Hadopi 2, approved the law

Published: October 24, 2009 by admin

The so-called Hadopi 2, the anti-piracy law strongly supported by French President Sarkozy, has been finally approved and is law. The French Constitutional Council, which had rejected the first version of Hadopi in June this year and forced the government to introduce a new law, gave the final go-ahead. With the "Hadopi 2" [...]

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Pirate Bay, the green light to the purchase, perhaps

Published: September 1, 2009 by admin

Global Gaming Factory X, a Swedish company that has planned (through its CEO Hans Pandeya) to buy the domain Pirate Bay for 60 million Swedish kronor (approximately EUR 8 million), held in recent days an "assembly Extraordinary General Meeting "which approved the agreement. Once you buy the domain [...]

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Mininova, within three months must remove all links to illegal material

Published: August 29, 2009 by admin

Mininova must remove all links to torrent referring to material protected by copyright within the next three months, as laid down by a court in Utrecht, in the Netherlands, which had approached the Dutch anti-piracy association BREIN. If not mininova will comply with this ruling risks a fine of 5 million euro ([...]

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This opens an antitrust investigation of Google Italy

Published: August 27, 2009 by admin

The antitrust announced that it has opened a preliminary investigation of Google Italy after a report of Fieg (Italian Federation of Newspaper Publishers). The report covers the Italian news service Google. According to the editors Italian "Google would prevent publishers to freely choose how they allow the use of the information published on their websites. The editorial sites [...]

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Hadopi 2: The French Senate introduces penalties for "negligent"

Published: July 7, 2009 by admin

After the rejection of the so-called law Hadopi (Haute Autorité pour la Diffusion des Œuvres et la Protection des Droits sur Internet) by the French Constitutional Council less than a month ago the French government changed the law and in recent days the Culture Committee of the Senate France has adopted a number of amendments (to the [...]

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Blow to Sarkozy doctrine, the Hadopi law is unconstitutional

Published: June 11, 2009, by admin

A blow to the so-called doctrine Sarkozy arrived yesterday from the French Constitutional Council, which held that the Hadopi law approved last May 14 purple two articles of the Declaration of Human Rights of 1789: Article 11, which protects "the freedom of communication and expression, "and Article 9 states that" the principle of [...]

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