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Megaupload faces extra fraud and copyright charges
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Megaupload faces extra fraud and copyright charges

Feb 19th 2012, 2:24 PM 3,339 Views 8 Comments

The company behind the shut-down file-sharing website Megavideo will now face additional charges of wire fraud and criminal copyright infringement.

The Daily Fix: Thursday
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The Daily Fix: Thursday

Feb 16th 2012, 8:00 PM 3,346 Views 1 Comment

Your evening round-up of the day’s biggest news stories, plus the bits you may have missed…

Bulgarian minister pushes for delay on ACTA ratification
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Bulgarian minister pushes for delay on ACTA ratification

Feb 14th 2012, 9:33 PM 1,560 Views 3 Comments

Bulgaria may join the growing list of EU countries delaying their ratification of the controversial ACTA legislation…

'Internet freedom' is Government priority, Gilmore tells UN
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'Internet freedom' is Government priority, Gilmore tells UN

Feb 9th 2012, 9:02 PM 3,206 Views 39 Comments

The Tánaiste’s words to the Security Council come days after a controversy over the strengthening of online copyright legislation.

Filesharing defendant tells court: 'You can't put copyright on porn'
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Filesharing defendant tells court: 'You can't put copyright on porn'

Feb 7th 2012, 4:56 PM 10,229 Views 28 Comments

A Californian defendant being sued for illegally downloading a porn film puts forward a novel legal defence.

Government website passwords obtained by Anonymous hacker
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Government website passwords obtained by Anonymous hacker

Feb 1st 2012, 10:21 PM 13,005 Views 135 Comments

A ‘hacktivist’ from the Anonymous movement accesses and publishes website passwords of staff of the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Dáil to discuss proposed 'Irish SOPA' legislation next Tuesday
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Dáil to discuss proposed 'Irish SOPA' legislation next Tuesday

Jan 27th 2012, 5:14 PM 2,574 Views 34 Comments

TDs will give statements on the proposed legislation being prepared by Seán Sherlock for 50 minutes next Tuesday evening.

Sherlock agrees to full Dáil debate before signing online copyright law
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Sherlock agrees to full Dáil debate before signing online copyright law

Jan 27th 2012, 12:16 AM 6,561 Views 55 Comments

Seán Sherlock has committed not to signing his proposed new law on online copyright without first holding a Dáil debate on it.

Poland signs ACTA copyright treaty amid protests
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Poland signs ACTA copyright treaty amid protests

Jan 26th 2012, 8:28 PM 4,343 Views 10 Comments

Protesters rallied in the cities of Poznan and Lublin to express their anger over the treaty, while both conservative and liberal lawmakers voiced dissatisfaction.

VIDEO: Today's Dáil discussion on the controversial 'Irish SOPA'
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VIDEO: Today's Dáil discussion on the controversial 'Irish SOPA'

Jan 26th 2012, 5:03 PM 3,515 Views 37 Comments

Miss today’s debate? Never fear – we’ve got the full video of the discussion between Seán Sherlock and Catherine Murphy here.

Sherlock still committed to signing 'imminent' copyright law
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Sherlock still committed to signing 'imminent' copyright law

Jan 26th 2012, 4:08 PM 3,381 Views 42 Comments

Sean Sherlock says he remains committed to implementing new laws, but is “personally” willing to consider primary legislation.

In full: Seán Sherlock's draft proposals for online copyright law
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In full: Seán Sherlock's draft proposals for online copyright law

Jan 26th 2012, 12:38 PM 5,896 Views 19 Comments

The full text of the draft Statutory Instrument, being prepared by Sean Sherlock, on online copyright law.

Ireland’s ‘SOPA’ legislation: The big arguments for and against
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Ireland’s ‘SOPA’ legislation: The big arguments for and against

Jan 26th 2012, 7:00 AM 8,444 Views 32 Comments

New laws to protect online copyright holders are proving controversial. We’ve brought together the key arguments from players on either side…

EMI Vice President comes out against SOPA and ACTA
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EMI Vice President comes out against SOPA and ACTA

Jan 25th 2012, 9:17 PM 4,583 Views 14 Comments

The VP of EMI’s Urban Promotions says that the best way to tackle piracy is not to introduce bills like ACTA or SOPA – but to simply provide better service.

Column: A response to Sean Sherlock's Drivetime interview on #SOPAIreland
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Column: A response to Sean Sherlock's Drivetime interview on #SOPAIreland

Jan 25th 2012, 8:15 PM 21 Views 38 Comments

Paul Quigley, founder of news story-tracking website Newswhip, analyses the arguments made by the junior minister yesterday in favour of a new online copyright law.

In full: Seán Sherlock's full briefing note on copyright protection
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In full: Seán Sherlock's full briefing note on copyright protection

Jan 25th 2012, 6:31 PM 4,471 Views 30 Comments

This is the text of a full briefing note distributed by Seán Sherlock to members of the Oireachtas this evening.

Sherlock open to Dáil debate on plans for online piracy law
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Sherlock open to Dáil debate on plans for online piracy law

Jan 25th 2012, 2:34 PM 3,580 Views 34 Comments

Junior minister Seán Sherlock says he will participate in a full debate on the plans for a controversial Statutory Instrument.

Government has 'no intention' of restricting internet freedom - Sherlock
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Government has 'no intention' of restricting internet freedom - Sherlock

Jan 24th 2012, 9:35 PM 6,331 Views 68 Comments

Minister of State Sean Sherlock has said this evening that the Government does not intend to introduce “SOPA-type legislation” in Ireland.

Everything you need to know about Ireland's SOPA
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Everything you need to know about Ireland's SOPA

Jan 24th 2012, 6:00 PM 429 Views 50 Comments

Solicitor and chairman of Digital Rights Ireland TJ McIntyre explains exactly what we know about proposed legislation to block website accused of infringing copyright – and what we don’t know.

Wikipedia joins 'internet blackout' protest against SOPA
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Wikipedia joins 'internet blackout' protest against SOPA

Jan 17th 2012, 9:00 AM 3,416 Views 14 Comments

The future of the controversial bill SOPA looks uncertain after White House criticism, but the protest is going ahead.

Reddit, Boing Boing plan website blackout over SOPA - but what is it?
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Reddit, Boing Boing plan website blackout over SOPA - but what is it?

Jan 16th 2012, 1:25 PM 5,868 Views 12 Comments

A number of high-profile sites are ‘going dark’ this Wednesday over proposed anti-piracy legislation.

The Daily Fix: New Year's Day
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The Daily Fix: New Year's Day

Jan 1st 2012, 7:30 PM 11,458 Views 5 Comments

The first day of 2012: peace prize for the McAleeses, the Phoenix Park has a big birthday, testing times in Iran, Titanic memories and a sneak peek at what will be hot in 2012…

What will happen to Amhrán na bhFiann in 2012?
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What will happen to Amhrán na bhFiann in 2012?

Dec 31st 2011, 2:20 PM 9,142 Views 63 Comments

The copyright expires on Amhran na bhFiann, the Irish national anthem, tomorrow – 70 years after its writer’s death. One TD says she does not want to see it used “as a jingle in an ad”.

Joyce copyright lifted from tomorrow
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Joyce copyright lifted from tomorrow

Dec 31st 2011, 12:43 PM 6,845 Views 10 Comments

The copyright on the works of James Joyce expires on 1 January 2012 – meaning that for the first time, his published and unpublished writings will be in the public domain.

'Massive blow' to music industry as Eircom anti-piracy measures rejected
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'Massive blow' to music industry as Eircom anti-piracy measures rejected

Dec 18th 2011, 1:28 PM 14,116 Views 55 Comments

The broadband firm’s ‘three strikes’ system has reportedly been struck down in a move described as ‘highly significant’ for internet users.

Apple may be forced to rename iPad in China after court ruling
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Apple may be forced to rename iPad in China after court ruling

Dec 7th 2011, 1:38 PM 4,073 Views 15 Comments

A Chinese court says another company registered the ‘iPad’ name in 2000 – meaning Apple may be forced to rename the unit there.

What you need to know about proposed Italian copyright law
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What you need to know about proposed Italian copyright law

Sep 22nd 2011, 10:59 AM 958 Views 19 Comments

Silvio Berlusconi’s party wants anyone ACCUSED – by anyone – of breaking copyright to be banned from the internet…

Judge rules that Spider-man and co. belong to Marvel Comics
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Judge rules that Spider-man and co. belong to Marvel Comics

Jul 28th 2011, 10:22 PM 521 Views 3 Comments

The heirs of artist Jack Kirby had attempted to terminate Marvel’s copyrights over several characters, including Iron Man and the Incredible Hulk.

Ulysses to be celebrated with a flash mob in Dublin
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Ulysses to be celebrated with a flash mob in Dublin

Jun 8th 2011, 2:19 PM 620 Views 3 Comments

The copyright restriction on Ulysses will be lifted next year, meaning an expansion of Bloomsday celebrations. If you can’t wait for the flash mob, this year’s Bloomsday will see a “tweading” of the book on Twitter.

Twitter launching photosharing service - report
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Twitter launching photosharing service - report

May 30th 2011, 9:12 PM 525 Views 0 Comments

According to the site TechCrunch, Twitter has a new plan in the works to introduce its own photosharing service.

Zuckerberg says Facebook is not going underage
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Zuckerberg says Facebook is not going underage

May 26th 2011, 11:52 AM 384 Views 0 Comments

The founder of the social networking site says his comments about opening the site to under-13s were taken out of context. He’s part of a team addressing today’s G8 summit on internet issues.

Rihanna being sued by David LaChapelle over S&M video
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Rihanna being sued by David LaChapelle over S&M video

Feb 16th 2011, 1:11 PM 722 Views 0 Comments

The photographer is suing Rihanna for the “willful, wanton and deliberate” infringement of his copyright – claiming she used imagery derived from his work in her controversial new video.