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Facebook User Sues Irish Data Regulator over Privacy
Maximilian Schrems is taking his privacy campaign to the highest court in the EU in attempt to prevent American intelligence agencies from obtaining access to his personal information. The industry experts point out that his case may eventually shape international regulations over access to online data.
India’s Supreme Court Cancelled Online Censorship Law
The Supreme Court has finally truck down controversial legislation, under which those who posted “offensive” comments on social media could be jailed. The move followed a 2-year campaign by free speech activists. The court decided that an amendment to India’s Information Technology Act was unconstitutional and called it a restriction on freedom of speech.
Music Group Wants Australian ISPs to Spy on Customers
The music industry seems to present a set of draconian measures in Australia: the ISPs are required not only to spy on their customers, but also to proactively block access to infringing material and portals. The local government warned Internet service providers that they had to solve the problem of Internet piracy or face a legislative response.
Twitter May Sell Tweets to Data Miners
Today, computer systems aggregate trillions of tweets in search of commercial opportunities. However, the data is mined not only in commercial interests – it can be used by large companies to surprise their clients and for many other purposes.
Twitter Is Recognized Important for General Election
According to recent UK research, a popular microblogging service could be very useful for political parties to appeal to young voters ahead of the general election. 18 to 34-year-olds who use Twitter were surveyed, and almost half of them said they had become interested in or joined a political or social cause with the help of Twitter, while 37% said they used it to monitor political information.
Microsoft Will Give Pirates Free Windows 10
Pirates all over the world, who run a pirate version of Windows 7 or Windows 8 but dream about Windows 10 instead, can celebrate – Microsoft says that it will give away an upgrade copy for free even to the most piratical Chinese and Russian users.
Canadian Copyright Trolls Will Have to Pay $11 per IP-Address
Canada's Federal Court has finally delivered a ruling: Voltage Pictures will have to pay $21,557 in order to expose 2,000 alleged infringers. The case involved the movie studio and the Canadian ISP Teksavvy, and this court ruling is very important for future “copyright trolling” efforts.
Target Wants to Settle Data Breach Case for $10m
The Minneapolis-based retail chain has suggested to pay $10m to settle a class-action lawsuit filed against the retailer after a massive data breach two years ago. Its customers who became victims of the breach were offered to receive up to a maximum of $10,000.
Yahoo Will Shut Down Beijing Office and Quit China
The tech giant has announced its plans to close its last office in China as part of its new cost-cutting strategy. According to media reports, shutdown of Yahoo’s research and development in Chinese office will cut 200 to 300 jobs. The California-based company confirmed that it notified employees about the closure a few days ago. In fact, Yahoo has cut staff elsewhere in its attempt to keep up with the Internet market’s transition to portable devices instead of desktop computers.
Apple Is Getting Ready to Launch Its Online TV
According to media reports, the company is negotiating with programmers to offer a slimmed-down bundle of TV networks. Apple online TV service would have approximately 25 channels, anchored by the most popular broadcasters, including ABC, CBS and Fox. Apparently, the service will be available across all devices running Apple’s iOS operating system – iPhones, iPads and Apple TV set-top boxes.
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