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16-Year-Old Attacked Sony and Microsoft, Now Goes to Jailed Adam Mudd from the UK has received 2 years in jail for setting up a global computer hacking business. He was 16 when he created the Titanium Stresser software, which carried out over 1.7m attacks on major websites, including Minecraft UK Politician Urged Facebook to Tackle Fake News before General Election Damian Collins, the chairman of the Commons culture, media and sport select committee claimed that Facebook must intensify its fight against fake news before the UK general election. He suggested the social network to start blocking or issuing warnings about content containing falsehoods, because fake news could pose a threat Kim Dotcom Urged NZ Police to Go after FBI Director MegaUpload founder has launched a bold bid to have FBI director James Comey questioned by New Zealand police while visiting the South Pacific nation for a security conference. Comey is expected to attend a meeting of the "Five Eyes" intelligence sharing network in the South Island Wikipedia Founder Will Address the Problem of Fake News Jimmy Wales has announced the launch of Wikitribune – a new online publication intended to fight fake news by pairing professional journalists with volunteer community contributors. In other words, the reporters will be paid with the crowdfunded money. Apple Demands Uber to Stop Breaking iOS Privacy Rules Uber was trying to catch Chinese fraudsters but broke Apple’s privacy rules in its iOS app while doing so. As a result, Uber CEO was hauled in to Cupertino for a personal dressing down from Tim Cook. RIAA Sued ISP for Failure to Disconnect Pirates The Recording Industry Association of America has sued a Texas-based ISP Grande Communications, accusing it of failing to take action against its pirating customers. The RIAA claims that the ISP's subscribers infringe more than a million titles via BitTorrent, uTorrent Expecting Profound Changes Added: Monday, April 24th, 2017
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags: ISP, Download, BitTorrent, MPAA, RIAA, copyright-infringement, file-sharing, Torrenting
BitTorrent developers have recently unveiled plans for their popular file-sharing client uTorrent. The most important change is moving the app to the web browser: in other words, uTorrent will run in your default browser, with a revamped interface and better streaming experience Young Hackers Don’t Break Code for Money According to a recent study, young hackers are not motivated by money, but rather break into systems to impress their friends. The National Crime Agency interviewed 12- to 17-year-olds who had been arrested or cautioned for computer-based crimes. YouTube Holds Workshops to Help Teenagers Handle Hate Speech Google has been heavily criticized over failure to do more to tackle online hate recently. This is why the company launched a series of workshops for teenagers on how to tackle both hate speech and fake news. YouTube will launch these workshops for British teenagers as part of its Creators for Change program intended to raise awareness around issues such as tolerance, Russia Will Block Ways to Bypass Site Blockades A new bill was developed by the Russian government that will hit services enabling to circumvent infringing site blockades. The bill requires VPNs and other anonymizing services to stop providing access to banned domains or get blocked themselves. It also includes sanctions for search engines that link to blocked sites.
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