Crime branch launches probe into Dr Prakash Amte biopic director piracy complaint Wednesday, 19 November 2014 – 6:30am IST | Agency: DNA DNA Correspondent

The cyber cell of Mumbai crime branch has launched an investigation into a piracy complaint registered by the director and producer of Marathi blockbuster movie Dr Prakash Amte, The Real Hero. The filmmaker, Samruddhi Porey, has alleged that the entire […] For more information go to http://www.NationalCyberSecurity.com, http://www. GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.LocatePC.net…

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Three-strikes anti-piracy law ‘doesn’t deter piracy’

A study involving thousands of French internet users has found that the country’s “three strikes” anti-piracy policies don’t actually curb piracy. Researchers from the universities of Delaware and Rennes looking into the impact of France’s Hadopi law — which threatened to cut off internet access for users found to have infringed copyright…

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Piracy reaches lowest level in six years

Top Priority Sector:  maritime_port_security Sea piracy has reached its lowest level in six years, with 264 attacks recorded worldwide in 2013, a 40 percent decrease from 2011, according to the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce View full post on The Cyber Wars

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Megaupload taken down by US authorities for alleged piracy

A day after thousands of websites went on strike protesting controversial anti-piracy legislation in the US, federal authorities today announced they have busted a service allegedly supporting piracy that hauled in an estimated $175 million (£113 million). Seven individuals and two companies were charged with multiple counts of racketeering, copyright…

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Microsoft Sues Chinese Retailer for Windows Piracy

Microsoft Corp. said it has sued Chinese electronics retailer Shanghai Gome Electrical Appliances Co. and a Beijing computer market over alleged software copyright infringement. Microsoft filed the lawsuits in Shanghai Huangpu District People’s Court and Beijing Second Intermediate People’s Court, it said in a statement. Read the article: NASDAQ <!–…

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White House Opposes Parts of Internet Piracy Bills

The Obama administration said that it strongly opposed central elements of two Congressional efforts to enforce copyrights on the Internet, all but killing the current versions of legislation that has divided both political parties and pitted Hollywood against Silicon Valley. The comments by the administration’s chief technology officials, posted on…

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