This sort of software leaks are quite common and usually they’re just the spark to ignite the users’ anticipation, a quick peek at what the company is working on. Over the last few years, Microsoft has been sometimes openly bothered by the frequent leaks concerning its products, others times the company itself has been suspected as using
The Brooklyn based band called Ghost Beach has come up with an idea to find out whether artists are pro piracy or against it. In that sense, an advertising campaign, in the form of huge billboards placed on NY’s Times Square that read both “Piracy is Progress” and “Piracy is Robbery”, was launched by the
For all music enthusiasts out there, we have great news. A couple of days ago we’ve stumbled upon a website that’s both attractive and useful – codename Lossless.cd In our search for more and more sources of downloading music, we’ve came across LossLess.cd. The portal’s interface is simple, but appealing and extremely easy to use.
Internet provider usually keep logs of their customers’ traffic, for reasons of their own, but could this information be used by rights holders in court? To the disappointment of those who are looking for an easy buck (read copyright trolls), the answer is no. While the US legal system is still used and abused by
As absurd as it sounds, a complaint from an MMS greeting-card supplier was filed, claiming that US’s most prominent telecom services did not stop their costumers from infringing their copyrighted content via the popular MMS service. Luvdarts, a company that provides with greeting-cards in the form of text, graphics, video, and musical messages, claimed that