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Vimeo Intervenes to Fix ‘Pixels’ DMCA Disaster

Last week an anti-piracy company aiming to protect the movie 'Pixels' wrongfully took down several unrelated videos from Vimeo, including one that actually inspired the Columbia movie. Vimeo now informs TorrentFreak that the company has intervened and after speaking with the anti-piracy outfit involved, all affected videos have been reinstated. Show More Summary

Anti-Piracy Group Hits Indie Creators For Using the Word ‘Pixels’

An anti-piracy firm working for Columbia Pictures has hit Vimeo with a wave of bogus copyright takedowns just because people used the word 'Pixels' in their video titles. Several indie productions are affected, including an art-focused NGO, an award-winning short movie and a royalty free stock footage company. Show More Summary

Sky News’ Live Stream Shut Down By Fox News DMCA Notice

The official live stream of Sky News has been pulled from YouTube after a copyright complaint from competing news outlet Fox News. Instead of the latest news, visitors to Sky News' website are greeted with a black screen stating that Sky violated Fox's copyrights. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and the best VPN services.

Stop Ghost Spam in Google Analytics with One Filter

4 months agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by CarloSeo This post was originally in YouMoz, and was promoted to the main blog because it provides great value and interest to our community. The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of Moz, Inc. Show More Summary

The 2015 #MozCon Video Bundle Has Arrived!

4 months agoInternet / SEO : SEOmoz Blog

Posted by EricaMcGillivray The bird has landed, and by bird, I mean the MozCon 2015 Video Bundle! That's right, 27 sessions and over 15 hours of knowledge from our top notch speakers right at your fingertips. Watch presentations about...Show More Summary

The Perception of Control

As we create positive experiences, we sometimes create the perception of control, even when the user doesn't actually control the situation. This week, author Marli Mesibov discusses the ethics involved in designing for perception rather than reality. The post The Perception of Control appeared first on UX Booth.

Lessons learned from the early days of Google

Earlier this month I did a talk at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill about lessons learned from the early days of Google. The video is now online and watchable, or you can watch it on YouTube: We did the talk in a pretty large room, and the camera at the back of […]

Sweden’s Largest Streaming Site Will Close After Raid

Sweden's most visited pirate streaming site will close this week, forever. The administrator of the site, whose identity is now public, has revealed that police carried out a raid against him earlier this month and detained him for almost four days. Show More Summary

2015 Summer Reading Issue

Summer is halfway over. Have you hid out for a day of reading yet? Grab a shady spot and a picnic blanket (or just park it in front of the nearest AC unit), turn off your notifications, and unwrap this tasty treat: our 2015 summer reader. Refresh...Show More Summary

How to Use the Psychology of Choice to Increase Online Sales

In this article we explore the research of how people experience the decision-making process, and how you can apply proven psychological principles to increase sales online. How much choice is too much? The common belief is that more choice is … Read More

What Twitter doesn't need

Ben Parr writing in TechCrunch does a great job of explaining exactly what Twitter doesn't need in its next CEO. However it's probably how Twitter's board is trying to fill the job. I have a quote for that from one of the best movies of all time, As Good As It Gets. Show More Summary

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