Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Editor Secret TPP Negotiations Resume in Salt Lake City (Resistance grows) The Trans-Pacific Partnership is bad news folks. Progressives and small government people should come together to fight this massive vehicle for crony capitalism. (From EFF.org) The newest round of Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations begin today in Salt Lake City, Utah, […]
Source: http://www.againstcronycapitalism.org By Nick Sorrentino Movie industry wants to indoctrinate 1st graders on copyright The business of content has been in flux for the last 15 years. The old business models are dead or close to dead, but that isn’t stopping the movie studios from trying to hold back progress while they still […]
Source: http://rt.com Forbidden fruit: German cafe wins legal battle against Apple Inc. A family-run café in Germany has won a dispute with corporate superpower Apple Inc. The multinational took legal action against the café, Apfelkind, for copyright infringement, claiming the logo was too similar to the company’s trademark apple graphic. Apple Inc. withdrew […]
Produced and uploaded by: NextNewsNetwork Gary Franchi interviews James Corbett connecting from Japan on Next News Network on various topics including the future of 3D printing, intellectual property, free speech, upcoming government regulations, local drone surveillance and much more.
Source: http://torrentfreak.com By enigmax An anti-piracy company has found itself in the middle of a huge controversy. CIAPC, the company that had The Pirate Bay blocked by ISPs in Finland, tracked an alleged file-sharer and demanded a cash settlement. However, the Internet account holder refused to pay which escalated things to an unprecedented level. In […]
Source: http://rt.com Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, co-founder of the popular ‘Pirate Bay’ file-sharing website, has been arrested in Cambodia. Warg was wanted by Sweden on copyright infringement charges after failing to report for a yearlong prison sentence. Authorities arrested Warg in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, in an apartment above The Cadillac Bar and Grill, a popular expat […]
Source: http://www.corbettreport.com Beyond SOPA: The Past, Present and Future of Internet Censorship By James Corbett grtv.ca 29 January, 2012 When legislators in the US abandoned their support of SOPA and PIPA in the wake of mass popular protest earlier this month, many of those who had been mobilized by the legislation–which would have granted the […]
Source: http://www.infowars.com By Kurt Nimmo SOPA/PIPA Battle Rages: Tell Congress We Will Not Accept Censorship The underhanded effort to fundamentally alter the internet under the guise of protecting the copyrights of Hollywood and its transnational “entertainment” corporations was delivered a distinct set-back a few days ago when Congress retreatedon its full-steam ahead effort to ram […]