US Govt. Objects To Megaupload Hiring Top Law Firm

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I just read this interesting article on Torrentfreak. I was under the impression that the Megaupload chaps are being charged with racketeering not copyright infringement. I wonder how the US court system is going to handle this. Watch this space because its going to get interesting. Last week it was revealed that Megaupload had retained […]

Kiwi student’s design to appear on Google New Zealand homepage

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Eight-year-old Kiwi student Amelia Abbott will have her artwork displayed on the google.co.nz homepage for millions to see. Amelia Abbot from Nelson’s Hampden Street School was announced as the winner of the inaugural New Zealand Doodle 4 Google competition in November 2009. The competition, held in association with The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa […]

China Blocks Wired.com With ‘Great Firewall’

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Chinese authorities have begun blocking Chinese internet users from reading Wired.com, according to a report from the Examiner. Internet users from Beijing to Shanghai found the site inaccessible starting Friday, reports Glenn Loveland, the Examiner’s Beijing correspondent. The block adds Wired.com to a long list of sites that are or have been considered too dangerous […]