HBO’s Game of Thrones P2P popularity shows no signs of abating. This is evidenced by the over 5 million (and counting) illegal downloads of Season Five’s Premiere.
Yes, there’s a domain for that. And, it is getting a lot of attention regarding reported price-gouging due to a rush of ‘defensive-registering’ requests.
Given the high-volume of orders, it should come as no surprise that Apple’s iWatch looks to be another hit for the firm.
China’s ‘Great Firewall’ looks to have a new addition in what researchers have dubbed ‘The Great Cannon’ as the PRC continues their aggressive ‘net censorship.
A Japanese court decision ruling that Google (must) remove two critical customer reviews raises important questions about transnational censorship (as the court ruled that the firm removes the content globally).
Potentially adding insult to injury, France’s TV5 inadvertently broadcast passwords visible in the background during an on-air interview… D’oh!
Just in case anyone was unaware, the DJI Phantom 3 drone now features live-streaming (to YouTube) capabilities!? Orwell, could not write this…
Google’s purge of 200 bad (i.e., ads / malware, etc.) Chrome-extensions raises at least one question – what took the firm so long to act?
As some one of the world’s most enthusiastic P2P nations, an Australian court-ruling subpoenaing an ISP to disclose their end-user, customer data regarding illegally downloading a copy of an American movie could set a precedent for the on-going, global/legal wranglings of DRM.
India’s struggling with expanding Internet services due to Macaque monkeys eating fiber-optic cable being laid!