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NewsBytes 9th November 2010 – Nvidia says no to Wayland, Canonical, Op Payback & LimeWire rises from the grave?

Operation Payback is finished? For now? Its being reported over on Slyck that Operation Payback has now concluded for the time being.  For those that were following this story (and you’d be hard pushed not to)  Operation Payback was responsible for exposing the emails of ACS:Law and bringing attention to the whole world of what … Continue reading

DCC, Bittorrent and Usenet – Is Bittorrent so great?

I’ve written many articles touching on this subject, but I wanted to look at it with a little more detail as whilst we see a massive surge in Net traffic in regards to file sharing ; as is often the case, has the best tech “won”?  Since the vast magority of file-sharing on a p2p … Continue reading

WINDOWS 7/MICROSOFT & RIPA – Where do they stand?

This article is meant more as “food for thought” than as any sort of definative word on what MS’s policy and or implementation is of DRM when Windows 7 is finally released (this post was inspired by a strange claim on MSwatch that implied Windows 7 users would be reported on if they were believed … Continue reading

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