links for 2010-08-04

  • Commentary on the WikiLeaks and Julian Assange business.
  • A computer security researcher has built a device for just $US1500 ($1656) that can intercept some kinds of mobile phone calls and record everything that's said.
  • One of three judges presiding over the appeal between the film studios and ISP iiNet over alleged copyright infringement on ISP networks has questioned whether a decision by the full bench of the Federal Court will actually solve anything in the war between the two sides.
  • On the morning of the third day of the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) appeal against the iiNet copyright case verdict, iiNet barrister Richard Cobden said that the federation had passed infringing customer data to iiNet without explaining it.
  • The information pertaining to copyright infringements delivered to Internet service provider iiNet by the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft (AFACT) during 2008 was of questionable reliability, a Federal Court has heard.
  • The U.S. Copyright Group (USCG) clones/copies the web site of another group also involved in trying to collect money from people by sending them infringement notices.
  • In its open arguments AFACT claimed that iiNet had the power to stop copyright infringement.
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