Tuesday, November 30, 2010

News Roundup - November 2010

  1. Supreme Court Won’t Hear RIAA File Sharing Case
  2. Start-up pitches low-cost no-glasses 3D for iPad
  3. YouTube shakes hands with French artists
  4. EU Parliament backs ACTA with few reservations
  5. Indian piracy arrests bother Bollywood BitTorrenters
  6. The Pirate Bay Appeal Verdict: Guilty Again
  7. Dutch Artist Unions Call Government to Legalize File-Sharing
  8. No Ghostriding Allowed on Army’s SFW YouTube
  9. Content 'made available' in jurisdiction where server is located
  10. The real cost of free: a response
  11. Google signs French book deal
  12. Harry Potter studio to investigate Deathly Hallows leak
  13. Google takes indirect jab at China over Internet limits
  14. Hulu Plus now available on Roku boxes for $7.99 per month
  15. ACTA draft falls from skies
  16. Usenet Community Not Guilty Of Copyright Infringement
  17. Irish Government Wants File-Sharing Compromise, or Legislation Will Follow
  18. Hulu CEO: New ad innovations offer more choice to TV watchers
  19. Man Fined For Publishing Links To Legal Sports Broadcast
  20. European Commissioner Lambasts ‘Copyright Middlemen’
  21. Government announces new IP law review
  22. The government shouldn't hang on Google's every word
  23. Cooks Source Copyright Infringement Becomes an Internet Meme
  24. Cable Subscribers Flee, But Is Internet To Blame?
  25. EC lobs grenades at copyright's Ancien RĂ©gime
  26. Lessig calls on WIPO to lead copyright reform
  27. Time Warner CEO: New movies to your living room for $50 by mid-2011
  28. World's dumbest file-sharer guilty for third time
  29. 'Pervy' private chat case springs back into life
  30. Google needs to flag up terror videos
  31. YouTube Yanks Jihadi Videos; Terror Wannabes Mildly Inconvenienced
  32. Testy Turkey re-blocks YouTube over naughty hotel romp clip
  33. Web filtering, the Scottish startup and the wrath of UK teenagers
  34. Anti-Piracy Tool For Cinemas Will Recognize Emotions
  35. "An Anonymous, Offline, Peer To Peer File-Sharing Network In Public Space"
  36. RIAA and Anonymous sites both downed by DDoS assaults
  37. Hollywood ruling sends piracy chill through Google
  38. YouTube founder quits
  39. BBC Builders: Vicky Spengler prototypes the future of TV