Suing private individuals for damages by going after randomly collected IP addresses is trolling, and it doesn't work in Canada. Dear Voltage, if you're worried about your copyright, sue the people that SELL your copyright illegally. That is what copyright law was made for. If consumers are bypassing the legal channels to get to your stuff, try doing better job of selling your stuff.
Soon the protest was an order of magnitude larger. There were tens of thousands of protesters, in the center of the most central square in Turkey’s biggest city, fighting with the police.
IT WAS STILL NOT ON TURKISH TELEVISION.
The resistance, coordinated solely through social media and word of mouth, had gotten so large and tumultuous that CNN International began to cover it live. At the exact same moment, CNN Turkey was broadcasting a documentary about penguins. Someone put two televisions side-by-side, one tuned to the penguins, the other to CNN International’s live feed from Taksim, and took a photograph. It went viral, and penguins became the unlikely symbol of the uprising.
- Hogeschool GentBachelor Applied Information Technology, 2003 - 2006
- Tristan InteractiveSoftware Developer, 2013 - present
- LyndirSole Proprietor, 2008 - present
- Lin.KSoftware Developer, 2007 - 2012
- SecuteamIntern Software Developer, 2006 - 2006
How the NSA Plans to Infect 'Millions' of Computers with Malware - The I...
The NSA is dramatically expanding its ability to covertly deploy malware on a mass scale.
How Engineers Are Building a Power Station At the South Pole
Engineers are attempting to provide 24/7 power to an ambitious experiment at the bottom of the world. Here’s how…
Michael Geist - Why Copyright Trolling in Canada Doesn't Pay: Assessing ...
Dr. Michael Geist is the Canada Research Chair of Internet and E-commerce Law at the University of Ottawa., teksavvy voltage troll
You Know Who Else Collected Metadata? The Stasi | Techdirt
Republished from ProPublica under a Creative Commons license. The East German secret police, known as the Stasi, were an infamously intrusiv
Mass. lawmakers pass bill outlawing 'upskirt' photos — taking photos up ...
Thursday's vote came a day after the state's highest court ruled that a man who took cellphone photos up the skirts of female passengers rid
Optic Nerve: millions of Yahoo webcam images intercepted by GCHQ
• 1.8m users targeted by UK agency in six-month period alone • Optic Nerve program collected Yahoo webcam images in bulk • Yahoo: 'A whole n
Legal Community Disturbed About Recent Allegations of Spying on Privileg...
The NSA appears to have been involved in the surveillance of privileged attorney-client communications, and the legal community is not happy
Revealed: the day Guardian destroyed Snowden hard drives under watchful ...
On Saturday 20 July 2013, in the basement of the Guardian's office in Kings Cross, London, watched by two GCHQ technicians, Guardian editors
NSA files decoded: Edward Snowden's surveillance revelations explained
In the last five months, the NSA's surveillance practices have been revealed to be a massive international operation, staggering in scope. B
Providers hoeven The Pirate Bay niet meer te blokkeren
Ziggo en Xs4all hoeven torrentsite The Pirate Bay niet langer te blokkeren, zo heeft het gerechtshof in Den Haag besloten. Daarnaast moet St
[Phoronix] Richard Stallman Calls LLVM A "Terrible Setback"
Phoronix is the leading technology website for Linux hardware reviews, open-source news, Linux benchmarks, open-source benchmarks, distribut
UK porn filter blocks game update that contained 'sex'
A filter designed to catch porn and adult content inadvertently blocked a game update which contained the letters 's-e-x'
Net neutrality just got a boost in Europe, thanks to a consumer rights c...
Summary: Europe’s in the process of thrashing out its first explicit net neutrality legislation, and amendments made on Thursday mean ISPs a