Reuters reports Canada’s intention to introduce an improved version of the copyright legislation on Thursday. The new laws aim to balance consumers’ demands and understand better the Internet organism. Not only this, but the legislation was designed in such a way that it can now handle movie piracy – which the Canadian Motion Picture Distributors
BitTorrent’s CEO Erik Klinker attended the Broadband World Forum (France) and came with a solution for an old problem – network congestion due to peer-to-peer. Micro Transport Protocol or μTP is a new open-source technology that has already been implemented into the company’s client with the intention to increase the network’s performance by decongesting it.
Michael Wigley’s presentation on the new Copyright Amendment Act in Wellington exceeded everyone’s expectations as he debated not only upon the how’s and what’s of the act but also made some interesting points in how to protect yourself from it. There are two things you can do to protect yourself, he said: “Get all your
Yahoo!’s appetite for innovation has led them to organize many events in which they invited programmers to hack Yahoo APIs. Previous winners of Yahoo’s Open Hack and University Hack Day events were once more invited to let their imagination go wild. The first Hack All-Stars event was held in N.Y.C and gathered 37 hackers who
A recent report by Paidcontent shows that the latest tactic in the entertaining industry is to send out warning e-mails to alleged copyright infringers in the US. These e-mails are sent by an L.A. law firm – Digital Rights Corps – and inform the recipients that they may be liable to pay up to $150.000