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* A Kim Dotcom For All Seasons
Advocacy or Astroturf? Fortune reports on how Google and Facebook channel money to the EFF…
Essential reading, How Online Ad Networks support online piracy. This is business, Big Business. Music Tech Policy reports:
History repeats itself, Copyhype reports on James Frederick Willetts one of the OG content pirates, prosecuted in 1904:
Interesting, Demonoid under attack of DDOS strikes and domain redirection to virus software and malware, Torrent Freak reports:
Don’t believe the Hype, Facebook reports 83 million “Fake” users, and your band still can’t get 100,000 likes… Digital Music News reports:
We’ve been disappointed by the delays of the “Six Strikes” ISP anti-piracy notification system going into effect, but the fact that it’s still upsetting to pirates warms our hearts. Torrent Freak reports:
Spotify subscriber stats were released this week, but the question remains, will it scale? Digital Music News reports:
Ugh. The state of California bet almost 2% of it’s budget on the Facebook IPO hoping for easy money to help the states budget crisis. Guess what? Now it’s worse… Bloomberg reports: