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Share first, verify later: When breaking news breaks the rules
Share first, verify later: When breaking news breaks the rules
There was something rather sweet and innocent about the idea of user-generated content when it was first adopted by major news companies.
LimeWire pays $105m in music copyright case
LimeWire pays $105m in music copyright case
The popular online file-sharing service LimeWire has agreed to pay $105-million to settle charges that it was a platform for music piracy.
New Zealand outlaws internet file-sharing
New Zealand outlaws internet file-sharing
New Zealand passed a law against online piracy on Thursday which outlaws file-sharing and threatens repeat offenders with having their internet...
Music sales fall almost $1,5bn amid increased piracy
Music sales fall almost $1,5bn amid increased piracy
Global recorded music sales fell by almost $1,5-billion last year as digital piracy continued to take its toll on the industry, with the UK losing...
MusicDNA: New digital file that is son of MP3 unveiled
MusicDNA: New digital file that is son of MP3 unveiled
A new way of experiencing music -- billed as the most significant development in digital music since the invention of the MP3 -- was unveiled at...
Internet pirates find 'bulletproof' havens for file sharing
Internet pirates find 'bulletproof' havens for file sharing
Internet pirates are moving away from safe havens such as Sweden to new territories that include China and Ukraine, as they try to avoid prosecution for illegal file sharing, according to experts....
US file sharer fined almost $2m
US file sharer fined almost $2m
A US jury has ordered a 32-year-old woman to pay nearly $2-million in damages for illegally downloading 24 songs over the internet in a high-profile digital piracy case....

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