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Spanish Government Claims Success in Internet Piracy Fight
The Spanish government says it's making headway in its battle against online piracy. In a report issued by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Sports, the government claims that illegal downloads a... read more
Remember the “borderless” Internet? It’s officially dead
Indeed, from the perspective of the recently introduced Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), which would ... recognized by "all our constituent cultures." The Internet was its own place, and needed its own ... read more
Tunisia – the Exception
A friend already in Spain ... Both claim to protect Islamic traditions. Democracy is not on their wish list. Nevertheless, women here walk around without headscarves. And last spring, the capital Tuni... read more
Interview With Catherine Chammartin, Director General Of The Swiss Federal Institute Of Intellectual Property
In an exclusive interview with Intellectual Property Watch‘s Catherine Saez, she explained the priorities of the office under her leadership, and the office’s contribution to the success ... A more ri... read more
Is the World Big Enough for Huawei?
Loans from China’s government ... with Huawei has been built on devices, including USB Internet dongles and smartphones, but added, “We cannot go into commercial details regarding our cooperation.” Wh... read more
Seven Lessons from SOPA/PIPA/Megaupload and Four Proposals on Where We Go From Here
We are pleased to publish this guest post on the lessons of the SOPA/PIPA/Megaupload fight by Yochai Benkler ... “piracy” is a significant problem at all, and the growth and success of the industries ... read more
What can (real) pirates teach us about cybersecurity?
A short fight ensued, and the Spanish ... Piracy,” a period romanticized in books like Treasure Island and movies like Pirates of the Caribbean. In centuries past, the sea was a primary domain of comm... read more
Whose renewable future?
In January this year, the energy researcher Jeremy Leggett made a bold claim. He told the Guardian newspaper ... the falling costs of renewable-energy generation and potential government action on cli... read more
Silicon Valley played by a different set of rules. Facebook's crisis could put an end to that
When lawmakers passed the Digital Millennium Copyright Act in 1998 to address piracy on the fledgling internet, they had no way of knowing ... the companies would claim free speech. All the while, the ... read more
ISP: Secret Anti-BitTorrent Piracy Talks Are Failing
As part of their never-ending quest to reduce copyright infringement major entertainment companies have been engaged in talks with ISPs and representatives from the Australian government ... would giv... read more
How robo-call moguls outwitted the government and completely wrecked the Do Not Call list
He lived well, paying $25,000 a month for a Spanish Colonial Revivalin a gated community near ... On the other side, there is the federal government and its list. It is clear who’s winning. But why? T... read more
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Knight Club: A History of Medieval Times Dinner Theater
In the 1960s, on the small island of Mallorca, Spain, Jose Montaner had a thriving barbeque business ... The last castle in their expansion opened in Atlanta in 2006. Initially, fight choreographers a... read more
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