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    2. Music piracy is down but still very much in play

      Los Angeles TimesJun 30 03:22 PM

      Apple's biggest rival when it launches its $10-a-month streaming music service on Tuesday might not be Spotify or Tidal, but piracy.

    3. For many people who can’t afford cable television, websites like Project Free TV are where they would head to if they were okay with illegally downloading their TV content. However, Project Free TV dropped out of the internet recently, leaving behind absolutely nothing but the solitary word “Goodbye” on their home page. Torrent Freak first Project Free TV Drops Out Of The Internet With Nothing ...

    4. Taking equity in Spotify, keeping advertising income and not sharing the spoils of piracy lawsuits is all proper, according to new court papers by the record giant.

    5. Taking equity in Spotify, keeping advertising income and not sharing the spoils of piracy lawsuits is all proper, according to new court papers by the record giant.

    6. A science graduate 'addicted' to indecent images of children online has been spared a prison sentence.

    7. During Salard trial, jury views child porn

      Juneau EmpireJul 24 11:01 AM

      An FBI special agent who investigated a Wrangell doctor for possessing child pornography told a jury Thursday that he was still able to recover evidence from the suspect’s computer despite a software cleaning program that was erasing files off the hard drive. read more

    8. A federal appeals court in Ohio has ruled that a person who accidentally “pocket dials” someone shouldn’t expect any overheard conversation to be considered private. The case involves the chairman of the Airport Board in Kenton, Kentucky, which oversees the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The chairman, James Huff, was on a business trip in Italy with his wife and a colleague...

    9. Sony Music has a noteworthy response to claims it is enriching itself at the expense of artists by taking a stake and advertising income from Spotify...

    10. A federal appeals court in Ohio has ruled that a person who accidentally “pocket dials” someone shouldn’t expect any overheard conversation to be considered private. The case involves the chairman of the Airport Board in Kenton, Kentucky, which oversees the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport. The chairman, James Huff, was on a business trip in Italy with his wife and a colleague...

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