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Internet Service Providers Close to Implementing System to Punish Piracy

Internet providers and content creators took a step further in preventing online piracy by appointing a head for an agency hired to draft punitive measures for people suspected to be involved in online piracy. The move to appoint Jill Lesser as head of the Center for Copyright Information, suggests that ISPs will advance quickly towards […]

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Fed’s Target 95MHz Wireless Spectrum for Mobile Broadband

As per the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) 95MHz of government, wireless spectrum could be used for mobile broadband. But it has also recommended that government agencies and commercial users should share spectrum. The agency which belongs to the U.S. Department of Commerce announced last week that 95MHz of government wireless spectrum could be […]

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Even Worse Than SOPA: New CISPA Cyber Security Bill Will Censor The Web

The passing of the SOPA and PIPA Acts was prevented on the floor of Capitol Hill earlier this year due to the overwhelming criticism and condemnation it received but lawmakers in the US are already talking about a new bill that if passed would provide them free access to sneak the cyber world on the […]

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Internet Copyright Laws and Why They Don’t Always Work

Internet Copyright Laws | Why They Don’t Always Work  by Dan Karas Laws and regulations are an integral part of modern society, and they have been with us for a very long time, many centuries to be exact, giving us a guide to follow and conventions to respect. Well, the Internet has also become an […]

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