Four meeting notes documents regarding ACTA and covering a period of two years (between 2008 and 2010) were obtained and released by EDRI. ZeroPaid took interest and opened an interesting analysis based on this newly found information. The first of these documents dates back to the negotiations of December 2008 which were held in Paris.
The Netherlands – Hague. On Tuesday lawmakers followed on a motion to convince the country’s government not to sign a controversial international treaty focusing on blacking out online piracy. The motion marked yet another setback for the ACTA, the controversial anti-piracy act that was opposed by people around the world. In February 2012 the European
As a response to a Madras High Court ruling for ISPs to block torrent websites and several video streaming portals, the Anonymous group took control of Reliance Communications’ servers along with the Supreme Court and the department of telecom websites. The Madras High Court court order came as a result of a petition filed by
Representing Kim Dotcom and his former company, Ira Rothken said that the US government is doing its best to prevent access to materials needed for key court appearances. Ars Technica had a little chat with Rothken last Thursday after he returned from a New Zealand business trip. The American Government’s obstructionist tactics drew the public
An overzealous statement from the president of French film and production company Gaumont said that “between the 15th of May and the 15th of December 2011, not a single French film was downloaded on the Web,” thanks to France’s anti-piracy law Hadopi. Gaumont’s financial report was released this month, and the company’s president Nicolas Seydoux