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29 Sep 2009, 11:14 am
Well, according to a recent article by Nate Anderson, the answer is that you’ll come out much cheaper if you do the latter. [read post]
11 Aug 2011, 8:13 am by Christopher Danzig
Nate Anderson at Ars Techica explains:Consumer groups screamed loudly about the whole campaign, especially as people kept coming forward expressing ignorance or bafflement about the movies or video games they were charged with downloading.But consumer group Which? [read post]
22 Dec 2009, 6:44 pm
UPDATE: Comments from Nate Anderson at Ars Technica (including a more thorough recitation of the case's factual background) and Ben Sheffner (including links to many of the source materials in the case). [read post]
8 Jun 2012, 11:50 am by Rekha Arulanantham
See Also LinkedIn investigating reports that 6.46 million hashed passwords have leaked online [The Verge – Aaron Souppouris] See Also LinkedIn’s Leaky Mobile App Has Access to Your Meeting Notes [New York Times – Nicole Perlroth] How the Tech Industry’s Anti-SOPA Tactics Changed Politics [Read Write Web – Antone Gonsalves] "The tactics used in the massive online protests that helped convince Congress to axe the controversial SOPA and PIPA bills earlier this year brought new weight to… [read post]
21 Jan 2012, 4:00 am by Terry Hart
Nate Anderson at Ars Technica has a good overview of the jurisdictional issues implicated in Thursday’s arrest of Megaupload executives. 165 French File-Sharers Now On 3rd Strike, “iTunes Up 22.5%” — Less than 2 years after France began its graduated response approach to piracy, reports show encouraging statistics. [read post]
3 Feb 2012, 8:01 am by Raffaela Wakeman
Meanwhile, Nate Anderson over at Foreign Policy tries to decipher the goals of Anonymous, the masked hackers driving governments and businesses batty. [read post]
21 Mar 2012, 10:02 am by Jonathan Bailey
Wyden Demands Vote on American Copyright, Patent TreatiesNext up today, Nate Anderson at Ars Technica writes that Senator Ron Wyden, best known for his block that prevent the controversial Protect IP Act from coming to a full vote in the Senate, is now calling for a full Congressional vote on ACTA and to prevent future secrecy around intellectual property treaties. [read post]
2 Jun 2021, 4:08 pm by Tom Smith
Anderson's concerns that there is not enough evidence yet to conclude where the virus came from seems a but disingenuous as the whole idea is to try to get enough evidence so that we do know, something scientists presumably specialize in. [read post]
17 May 2012, 7:52 am by Jonathan Bailey
Dragon Shout’s creator, Blalock, said that he worked hard to ensure it wasn’t infringing, including having his own map drawn and checking for trademark filings on the name.3: Admitted File-Swapper Begs Supreme Court for HelpFinally today, Nate Anderson at Ars Technica writes that Joel Tenenbaum, one of the two people from the original RIAA file sharing lawsuits to have taken his case to a trial and verdict, is petitioning the Supreme Court to address the issue of remittitur in… [read post]
10 Aug 2009, 9:24 am
Nice work, Charlie.And here's Nate Anderson in Ars Technica, (Debbie Rosenbaum is one of the HLS students and the frequent PR spokesperson for Joel):Nesson's arguments so far haven't found much success in court. [read post]
14 Nov 2009, 5:19 pm by Ben Sheffner
"Much of the recent attention has been the result of a leaked September 30 EU memo that is, as aptly described by Ars Technica's Nate Anderson, "a written account of an oral report on a draft document that was itself still being altered. [read post]
6 Jun 2018, 7:07 am by Kent Scheidegger
Becton fell just short of a majority, Nate Gartrell and Aaron Davis report for the East Bay Times. [read post]
17 Mar 2011, 11:10 am by Christopher Danzig
He spent months unsuccessfully trying to contact all of the defendants, who lived conveniently in a single Chicago apartment building all over the damn country….Nate Anderson at Ars Technica has been following the saga:Judge Milton Shadur was clearly annoyed that the litigation has been taking up his docket space. [read post]
13 Apr 2019, 9:17 am by Lev Sugarman
And Jen Patja Howell shared an episode of Rational Security in which Scott Anderson, Shane Harris, Susan Hennessey and Benjamin Wittes discussed the tumult at DHS, the designation of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corp as a terrorist organization and more: Caitlyn Yates wrote on the U.S. cooperation with Panama on immigration enforcement. [read post]
11 Jun 2009, 8:40 am
"Nate Anderson at ars technica goes into the legal details in his French court savages "three-strikes" law, tosses it out, pointing out that a critical flaw in the Three Strikes Law was the fact that the USER had to prove that he had not illegally engaged in file-sharing in order to retain his or her threatened cut-off from Internet access:"[B]ut the burden of proof was on the Internet user....In its ruling [.pdf here (in French)], this was precisely the issue… [read post]
21 Feb 2010, 7:15 pm by Ben Sheffner
But if they're going to argue that ACTA would change existing US law, they're not going to find evidence of that in this leaked draft -- or, as far as I can tell, anywhere else.Update: Read Nate Anderson's piece in Ars Technica, which similarly concludes that the draft "simply reflects existing US law." [read post]
21 Sep 2011, 8:49 am by Joel Sage
Nate Anderson over at Ars Technica is circumspect: Perhaps Righthaven 2.0 will fare better. [read post]
10 Mar 2010, 2:07 am by Andres
I agree with people like Ben Sheffner and Nate Anderson who comment that what we have seen of ACTA does not affect the United States that much, they already have the mother of all maximalist copyright protection. [read post]
4 Dec 2010, 11:16 am by Vincent LoTempio
Nate Anderson reported  at  Ars that the consequences of an award like these could be life-altering to the average Joe defendant in these types of cases. [read post]
8 Apr 2013, 12:20 pm by Jonathan Bailey
An article yesterday by Nate Anderson on Ars Technica tells a very worrisome tale. [read post]