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ACS:LAW on BBC 1 – Thursday 10th March @ 7pm

It would have been hard to have missed the drama played out in a London court involving Andrew Crossley and his firm ACS:Law. As 2011 progresses, I have the feeling that Mr Crossley is going to be rather busy answering questions from the SRA and the information commissioner in respect of the events occurring late … Continue reading

CRAMER PELMONT – 2 day u-turn? and what of the others?

The ongoing battle against alleged unlawful file sharing continues as its reported that Cramer & Pelmont were the “new kids on the block” in the world of what has been dubbed speculative invoicing or were they?  Cramer & Pelmont seem to have the record for the quickest u-turn and whilst they were reportedly not going … Continue reading

No court order for Gallant Macmillan today!

Filtering through the internet is news that Gallant Macmillan did not walk away from the High Court today with an order for demanding names of IP addresses from BTplc and instead the matter has been adjourned to a later date (whilst the court examines more closely the concerns) .  As reported in the Guardian BTplc said: … Continue reading

Gallant Macmillan – site is down but 4chan not to blame? Who’s next?

It’s being reported by some tech writers that Gallant Macmillan might have been taken down with a new ddos by users from 4chan (It also suggests the possibility that the site was taken down intentionally by its owners.) It is unclear whether the host disconnected the domain in advance of the attack or whether Gallant … Continue reading

“Evacuate the dance floor” says ACS Law? – The Scorpion and the Frog?

The Scorpion and the Frog is a fable of unknown author, though often mis-attributed to Aesop.[1] The story is about a scorpion asking a frog to carry him across a river. The frog is afraid of being stung, but the scorpion reassures him that if it stung the frog, the frog would sink and the … Continue reading

ACS:Law – Back in the news again!

or/ ACS: Law – “Slyck fought the law and er….the Slyck won”? Whilst I promote a copyright infringement free computing experience (as in FOSS), its often a good talking point for Openbytes.  Certainly many of the technologies involved are FOSS packages so I feel justified for that reason alone to report on this news. It … Continue reading

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