According to an increasing number of administrators and IT chiefs at public universities in U.S., the music industry’s pursuit of students indicted of illegal file sharing is cutting into their faculty’s work day. It seems that lately, some universities have refused to send “pre-litigation” letters to students proposing them a settlement out-of-court with the RIAA.
Virginia’s Internet Speed Climbs to Top in U.S. Virginia is ranked fourth in U.S. in real-time Internet connection speeds, as shown by a state-by-state report released this month, dnronline.com reports. The commonwealth posted a median download speed of 5 megabits per second, as said by the national report, titled “The Speed Test.” Although that may
According to ISACA (Information Systems Audit and Control Association) an important court case in the United States, in which a 19-year-old hacker has pleaded guilty to modifying a file-sharing application, draws attention to the risk involved in using this type of software. The group has recently commissioned a national study of U.S. white-collar workers which
John Stagliano Inc (aka Evil Angel), a Southern California-based adult film company, has reportedly hired a German anti-piracy firm to hunt down and take file sharers to court. Due to a recent leak involving a contract between the two, we learn that Evil Angel had Germany’s Digiprotect track over 800 individual film titles, among which