Intro music: “I fought the troll” by Tom Smith. You can find more of his work here. Hosts: Tim (OpenBytes) Roy (Techrights) Gordon (Thistleweb) Featured Track: “I fought the troll” by Tom Smith. Episode 30 is hosted over on TechRights The three of us are present for episode 30. In typical Techbytes fashion we take a topic, […]Read More TechBytes Audiocast – Episode 30 – 07/02/11
Intro music: “I fought the troll” by Tom Smith. You can find more of his work here. Hosts: Tim (OpenBytes) Roy (Techrights) Gordon (Thistleweb) Featured Track: “Chur” from Countdown The three red carpet stars are back for yet another show. There’s much to talk about since its been over a week since the last episode. As usual […]Read More TechBytes Audiocast – Episode 28 – 30/01/11
Numerous commitments have meant fewer updates on OpenBytes. Today, I am collecting a few articles of interest which will hopefully be at least touched upon on the next TechBytes show. As we march into 2011, amid the noise and the haste, one thing is clear – Android is everywhere, whilst the year of the Linux […]Read More NewsBytes: Google, Bittorrent, ACS:Law and Sony’s Android app.
I touched on this subject during the test recordings for the TechBytes Audiocast. It wasn’t appropriate to go into further detail in that show due to time constraints and much information to put forward For those of you who would like to hear the “pilot” which was merely meant to check the tech that we […]Read More Eye for an eye – RIAA & Limewire no score draw? & what LOIC users should consider.
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 […]Read More CRAMER PELMONT – 2 day u-turn? and what of the others?
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: […]Read More No court order for Gallant Macmillan today!
I’ve covered ACS:Law numerous times, in fact ACS:Law is responsible for me questioning my own “anti-piracy” stance. Long time readers to this blog may remember the contact we had from Indiana Gregg, who spoke to OpenBytes about the subject of piracy. I covered the shocking treatment she had at the hands of those who couldn’t […]Read More Support on instruction? – ACS:Law, its latest comments & the fall out of 4chan