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Net Neutrality Niggles, Amazon Patents, Google Glass Golfers, Live-Action Akira [Tech News Digest]

12th May, 2014
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8 Legal Uses For BitTorrent: You’d Be Surprised

16th August, 2013

What Should Be Done About Online Piracy? [You Told Us]

17th July, 2013

What Should Be Done About Online Piracy? [We Ask You]

11th July, 2013
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The Pirate Bay Documentary ‘Away From Keyboard’ Released, And It’s Free [Updates]

10th February, 2013
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How To Respond To Content Thieves With a DMCA Takedown Notice

23rd January, 2013
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What Is DRM & Why Does It Exist If It’s So Evil? [MakeUseOf Explains]

28th November, 2012
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Thinking Of Stealing Windows 8? Microsoft Probably Won’t Mind [Opinion]

7th September, 2012
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How P2P (Peer to Peer) File Sharing Works

24th August, 2012
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4 Ways In Which Internet Piracy Can Be a Good Thing [Opinion]

1st May, 2012
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Why The Campaign Against Piracy Is A Farce [Opinion]

3rd February, 2012
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How Media Companies Encourage Us To Steal From Them [Opinion]

3rd February, 2012
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Is Netflix The Solution to Video Piracy? [Opinion]

27th January, 2012
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Why MegaUpload, And Who’s Next?

24th January, 2012
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SOPA And PIPA Abandoned After Day Of Internet Activism [News]

22nd January, 2012

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8 Legal Uses For BitTorrent: You’d Be Surprised

August 16, 2013

Like HTTP, which your browser uses to communicate with websites, BitTorrent is just a protocol. You could use your browser to download pirated content, just as you could use a BitTorrent client to download pirated content, but that isn’t the only possible use. Sure, let’s face it — BitTorrent is probably primarily used for downloading unauthorized content. But that’s far from its only use, and the protocol still has a lot of value to people who don’t pirate.

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Net Neutrality Niggles, Amazon Patents, Google Glass Golfers, Live-Action Akira [Tech News Digest]

May 12, 2014

FCC backtracks on net neutrality, Amazon wins a photography patent, Netflix raises its prices, piracy in the UK, Google Glass golfers, Adobe finds its Voice, and a live-action Akira movie trailer.

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