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    • 1.

      States Let BMG Off on Anti-Piracy Program Computers

      by Gerard Simington - 2006-12-22
      As you may recall, Sony BMG ran into a bit of bad publicity earlier this year when it started issuing music CDs that installed an anti-piracy program on user computers. Well, Sony just got off light.S...
    • 2.

      Stop Losing Sales To Intellectual Property Thieves With These Piracy Prevention Tips

      by Gail Sober - 2007-01-12
      Make the download page difficult to findPlace your product in an obscurely named folder and avoid using the product name itself as either the folder name or the file name. Something like yoursite...
    • 3.

      Software Sharing

      by Sharon White - 2007-01-17
      Until this period, various other online file sharing software had been developed. Particularly in Europe and US, home internet user had been using file sharing software that utilise Gnutella Technolog...
    • 4.

      No stopping online music piracy

      by Subhash - 2007-02-13
      It is a major issue for an industry that is desperately trying to boost revenue from legal downloads to make up for falling sales of Compact Discs, which declined 23 per cent globally between 2000...
    • 5.

      Pirates Attack Humanitarian Relief Vessel

      by Jerry Garner - 2007-02-28
      Pirates off the coast of Somalia have hijacked a cargo ship conducting a humanitarian mission for the United Nations. The United States is reported to have dispatched a war ship to protect other human...
    • 6.

      Africans, Simple Music and a Technological Revolution

      by Sarika Kabra - 2007-04-25
      A visit to Africa got me thinking. Here are these simple people making wonderful, foot tapping music on their simple yet elegant instruments. The area I was in was fairly remote, and somewhat untouche...
    • 7.

      Media Piracy and Law Enforcement

      by Josh Stone - 2007-05-04
      Once upon a time, music played for free on the radio. And you could record a cassette if you wanted to, and you could listen to it as many times as you wanted to, and nobody thought you were a pirate ...
    • 8.

      Digital Music Piracy A Case Study For Law Enforcerment Careers

      by Josh Stone - 2007-05-08
      Amidst all the huge media press devoted to the subject of the recording industry's difficulty in protecting their interest in the new digital age, one might wonder - who are these people who download ...
    • 9.

      Life Imprisonment For Copyright Fraud Could Be Enforced Soon

      by Chidi Akomas - 2007-06-25
      The penalties for copyright fraud could soon be much severe. What would you think a reasonable punishment for pirating a copy of windows would be? A slapped wrist and don't do it again? A fine? How m...
    • 10.

      The Cons Of Using The Internet

      by Andy Tao - 2007-10-15
      Though the internet has enabled us to function every day without any hassles, there are still some cons to consider about this medium. First there is the content on the internet. There is so muc...