Raid on Kim Dotcom's mansion ruled legal, LeaseWeb sued for ignoring DMCA notices and UFC targets viewers of illegal streams... The post Copyright 2.0 Show- Episode 318 – Slimey Spidey appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Time cheers Mexico's president for 'saving' the country. But why is it that most Mexicans don't seem to care for his brand of market 'reforms'?
Some Times readers don’t want their reading habits tracked.
Court rules Voltage Pictures can get BitTorrent user's names, American Gangster lawsuit lives on and Twitter blocks Kickass Torrent links due to safety. The post 3 Count: High Voltage appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
WASHINGTON — Violence continues to rise in the embattled country of Iraq, which has analysts scared of a possible civil war between Shi’a and Sunni Muslims. Reuters reported that at least 24 people were killed in a series of bombings in the capital city of Baghdad. Two explosions were near two Shi’a Muslim mosques and […]
VIENNA — Were sheer diplomatic toil a guarantee of success in the Iran nuclear talks, then the latest round, held this week in the Austrian capital, might count as an achievement. Flying in from Geneva on the eve of the talks, European Union high representative Catherine Ashton went straight into a working dinner with Iran’s […]
NBC’s Chief White House Correspondent Chuck Todd expressed surprise at just how aggressively the White House is pushing back against the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office’s minimum-wage report, calling the administration “petty” for only agreeing with the CBO when it agrees with them: I was surprised that the White House has been as aggressive as they’ve […]
The Obama administration has announced that it won’t enforce money-laundering laws against banks doing business with marijuana stores, in a move designed to “facilitate illegal conduct,” says Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA) The Obama...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — The European Union now imposed sanctions on the Ukrainian government led by President Viktor Yanukovich, after a truce was broken between European Union-leaning protesters and the Ukrainian police. Breitbart’s Mary Chastain...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON — A Nigerian governor said that the Islamist militant group Boko Haram is better motivated and has better weapons than the Nigerian military. Reuters reported that Kashim Shettima, of the Nigerian state of Borno, was upset by the military’s lack of initiative. The military denied that the rebels had better arms than them. The […]
Utah court rules against Aereo, Gawker tells Tarantino that they can't be sued in California and RIAA looks to end Grooveshark dispute once and for all. The post 3 Count: Aereo Off appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
Last week, HLN announced it was going to rebrand itself, and on Wednesday the network gave a preview of what’s to come to The Hollywood Reporter. The programs will run the gamut from social media, news driven programs—Videocracy to a social satire cartoon show, I Can Haz News Toons—whatever that means—and an app— #What’sYourFomo (fear of […]
While some groups such as Public Knowledge and Common Cause are concerned about the anti-competitive aspects of the proposed merger between Time Warner and Comcast, and how it will affect consumers, Accuracy in Media questions the impact this will have on news and information distributed to viewers. By putting Time Warner’s networks, CNN and HBO, […]
It tells you a lot about our media and society that no one even expects O'Reilly to apologize for his slur of the left.
WASHINGTON — U.S. President Barack Obama was nowhere to be found as the country of Ukraine blew up in a literal fireball of violence. The British newspaper The Guardian reported that Ukrainian policemen stormed a protest camp in the capital city of Kiev and resulted in at least 25 dead Ukrainians. The paper documented the violence […]
When a photographer filed a DMCA takedown over a photo, she got something she never expected from the company she filed against. The post How Not to Handle a Legal Dispute appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
How did MSNBC cover the mega-merger between its parent company and Time Warner cable? Hardly at all--except for a segment glorifying their boss.
New Zealand appeals court rules that raid on Kim Dotcom's mansion was legal, Disney wants to end Stan Lee Media's campaign for good and TV execs talk piracy. The post 3 Count: Legal Raid appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
WASHINGTON — A co-pilot hijacked an Ethiopian Airlines flight to seek asylum in Switzerland this past Monday. Reuters reported that the harrowing ordeal started when the pilot went to the bathroom and the co-pilot locked him out. The co-pilot, Ethiopian national Hailemedhin Abera Tegegn, sent a coded message to signal he hijacked the aircraft. He […]
Let’s cut to the chase. Thirty-four Americans at the U.S. Special Mission and CIA Annex in Benghazi were attacked by Islamic terrorists in two waves, the first starting at 9:40 p.m. the evening of Sept. 11, 2012. Murderous thugs carefully planned and executed this attack on American territory — which this space represents — on […]