Un chômeur espionne ses 653 concurrents. TPP Creates Legal Incentives For ISPs To Police The Internet. What Is At Risk? Your Rights. The draft chapter of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement on Intellectual Property—as of its current leaked version [PDF], article 16—insists that signatories provide legal incentives for Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to privately enforce copyright protection rules.
The TPP wants service providers to undertake the financial and administrative burdens of becoming copyright cops, serving a copyright maximalist agenda while disregarding the consequences for Internet freedom and innovation. TPP article 16.3 mandates a system of ISP liability that goes beyond the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) standards and US case law. Unemployment In Europe By Country. Summertime, and the livin’s … well, not easy for a growing number of European countries reeling from the lingering debt crisis.
This summer, the eurozone had the unwelcome distinction of breaking a record for high unemployment. In June 2012, an estimated 25.1 million men and women were unemployed in the EU, according to official figures released by Eurostat, the Luxembourg-based statistical office of the European Union. A whopping 17.8 million of the total unemployed are in the eurozone, the highest level since the 17-nation group was formed in 1999. INDEPENDENT online. Body found in search for missing 14-year-old Jessica Blake - Crime - UK. Police teams searching for missing Jessica Blake were called to a wooded area near Chester Avenue, Bervely, near Hull, at around 16:00 this afternoon where they found the body of a young girl.
The body is yet to be identified but Jessica's family have been informed of the discovery. A major police search was underway after the 14-year-old girl was reported missing from her home yesterday afternoon. Jon Rafman. iTWire - IT and Telecommunications news views and jobs. EU formally approves Uruguay’s adequacy - Privacy Laws & Business. The European Commission issued its decision on 21 August on Uruguay’s adequacy for transfers of personal data from the European Union (Official Journal L 227, 23/08/2012).
Judge orders Oracle to pay Google $1M for court costs. News By Chris Kanaracus September 4, 2012 01:46 PM ET IDG News Service - A judge on Tuesday ordered Oracle to pay about $1 million to Google for costs related to the companies' lawsuit over the Android mobile operating system.
Watch iPlayer programmes offline on your tablet or smartphone. Today, the BBC has announced that it is finally allowing people to download iPlayer content to their iPad and iPhone to watch them offline.
Previously, although the iPlayer app was available to most users, they needed a live internet connection (either via Wi-Fi or 3G) to stream programmes. Now, you can download those programmes and watch them wherever you happen to be: on a plane, a tube or abroad on holiday. The ability to watch shows outside of the UK is a side benefit, since iPlayer is available only to those with a UK IP address.
The downloaded programmes must be watched within 30 days, and once you've hit the play button, you have to finish watching within seven days. Malicious malware targets journalists, free press organizations. Last week the Executive Director of the Committee to Protect Journalists received an email that looked like it was sent from a colleague at sibling organization World Press Freedom Committee.
The email contained disguised malware - that, if executed, would have allowed remote surveillance by an unknown party. Every year journalists around the world are murdered in reprisal for reporting on (and in) places such as Syria and Somalia. Non-governmental organizations like the Committee to Protect Journalists fight to protect high-risk journalists and defend global free press violations. 7th Circuit kills copyright infringement case; finds Kanye West’s claims stronger. In Peters v.
West, No. 11-1708, 2012 WL 3553417 (7th Cir. Aug. 20, 2012), the Seventh Circuit found two identically named hip hop songs were not similar enough to support a finding of copyright infringement. Plaintiff Vincent “Vince P” Peters wrote, recorded, and distributed a song entitled Stronger, based in part on Friedrich Nietzsche’s famous aphorism, “What does not kill me, makes me stronger.” Datalove USB keys to reform EU copyright. A dying cardinal, his final interview, and a damning critique that has rocked the Catholic Church - Europe - World. Hours after Milan's former Archbishop, Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, died on Friday at the age of 85, the leading daily paper Corriere della Sera printed his final interview, in which he attacks the Church – and by implication its current leadership – for being "200 years out of date".
"Our culture has aged, our churches are big and empty and the church bureaucracy rises up, our rituals and our cassocks are pompous," the Cardinal said. "The Church must admit its mistakes and begin a radical change, starting from the Pope and the bishops. The paedophilia scandals oblige us to take a journey of transformation. " Church insiders believe he wished for the interview to be published following his death.
Pentagon may sue author of Bin Laden book No Easy Day. 1 September 2012Last updated at 00:19 GMT A surge in orders for the book has sent it to the top of the bestseller lists The Pentagon says it may sue a former US special forces member who has written a first-hand account of the May 2011 raid that killed Osama Bin Laden.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and privacy regulation. Register Now As you are not an existing subscriber please register for your free daily legal newsfeed service. Register. VPPA covers streaming video online, court rules. In refusing to dismiss a lawsuit brought against online service Hulu, a federal judge has ruled that streaming online video is subject to the requirements of the Video Privacy Protection Act. September edition of notable cases and events in e-discovery. TechWeekEurope UKCambodia Cops Arrest Pirate Bay Co-Founder Gottfrid Svartholm. Gottfrid Svartholm, co-founder of The Pirate Bay , has been arrested in Cambodia and could be sent home to Sweden where he faces jail for allegedly breaching copyright laws.
TechWeekEurope UKTesco Security: Password Hole Fixed But XSS Flaw Remains. Bruce Willis to sue iTunes. Pirate Bay co-founder arrested in Cambodia. Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg has been arrested in Cambodia, Sweden's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Monday. Saudi Oil Producer’s Computers Restored After Cyberattack. Immediately after the Aug. 15 attack, the company announced it had cut off its electronic systems from outside access to prevent further attacks.
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When you talk too much for Twitter. Brain Hacking: Scientists Extract Personal Secrets With Commercial Hardware. The Tweeted Times - personal newspaper generated from your Twitter account. Justice.gov.uk. An Open Letter to Rep. Akin From a Woman Who Got Pregnant From Rape. IP. Air France asked passengers to pay for fuel.
Goldman Sachs. Marc Roche et Jérôme Fritel : Goldman Sachs, la banque qui dirige le monde ; Jacques Généreux. Documentaire choc Arte : La banque Goldman Sachs, le Frankenstein de la finance. Ils n'ont qu'un Dieu, l'argent. Qu'une religion, les profits. Autrefois respectés et admirés, les banquiers de Goldman Sachs sont devenus les plus grands voyous de la planète. C'est cette incroyable histoire, digne d'un scénario de film hollywoodien, que nous racontent Marc Roche et Jérôme Fritel dans Goldman Sachs, la banque qui dirige le monde.
Respectivement chroniqueur financier au Monde et grand reporter, les auteurs de cet excellent documentaire lèvent le voile sur les pratiques obscures de l'établissement financier le plus puissant du monde. Car bien plus qu'une banque, Goldman Sachs est désormais devenu un Etat dans l'Etat. Une organisation tentaculaire qui dirige la plantète Riche de 700 milliards d'euros d'actif (deux fois le budget de la France), Goldman Sachs emploie 30 000 personnes qui font circuler l'argent 24 heures sur 24. Pas même les gouvernements, Goldman Sachs ayant pris le soin de placer d'anciens employés aux postes les plus stratégiques. Lu sur. Sir Tim Berners-Lee launches Web Index to measure world's internet use. WORLD WIDE WEB INVENTOR Sir Tim Berners-Lee revealed today that the UK ranks third in the Web Index, a global study of the reach and effects of the internet. Apple ID stolen from FBI. Calls on ICANN to prioritise human rights when deciding on new top-level domain names.
French: The Most Productive People In The World. BBC Radio 4 - Afternoon Drama, Do You Know Who Wrote This? Scandale monumental autour de Carla Bruni-Sarkozy.