piracy

NSW Police fingers distributor in license row

NSW Police fingers distributor in license row

Faces $12m damage claim.
James Hutchinson Jun 19 2012, 8:09AM Software
Dotcom lawyers accuse FBI of data piracy

Dotcom lawyers accuse FBI of data piracy

Information isn't physical, prosecution says.
Juha Saarinen Jun 8 2012, 12:18PM Security
Micro Focus lays fresh claims in NSW Govt license stoush

Micro Focus lays fresh claims in NSW Govt license stoush

Replacement software also used without licenses, vendor alleges.
James Hutchinson Apr 27 2012, 7:58AM Software
Megaupload trial could be dropped

Megaupload trial could be dropped

FBI allegedly can't serve foreign company criminal papers.
Liam Tung Apr 23 2012, 8:08AM Collaboration
Cisco mum on NDS hacking allegations

Cisco mum on NDS hacking allegations

NDS sale price could plummet, analyst says.
Darren Pauli Mar 31 2012, 12:12PM Security
Fake Apple TV salesman nabbed in Sydney raid

Fake Apple TV salesman nabbed in Sydney raid

Hong Kong copyright enforcers strike back.
Brett Winterford Feb 2 2012, 8:29AM Mobility
Police shut down Megaupload sites

Police shut down Megaupload sites

Hackers strike US Justice Department in retaliation.
Ry Crozier Jan 20 2012, 12:32PM Security
NSW Police conduct pirate TV sting

NSW Police conduct pirate TV sting

Online pirate TV network offers 1000 channels, videos on demand.
Brett Winterford Dec 14 2011, 7:10AM Strategy
Microsoft comes out on top in copyright case

Microsoft comes out on top in copyright case

Laptop reseller forced to pay up.
Allie Coyne Oct 25 2011, 8:33AM Security
Australia to sign copyright treaty this Saturday

Australia to sign copyright treaty this Saturday

ACTA win for the copyright lobby.
Liam Tung Sep 29 2011, 6:39AM Services
BSA wins $150,000 in software piracy case

BSA wins $150,000 in software piracy case

Informant takes $5000 reward.
Liz Tay Sep 8 2011, 2:06PM Software
Film studios win as BT ordered to block pirate site

Film studios win as BT ordered to block pirate site

Judge suggests CleanFeed, Newzbin promises to undermine it.
Liam Tung Jul 29 2011, 7:55AM Security
Handii slapped for selling fake Windows 7 Pro

Handii slapped for selling fake Windows 7 Pro

Microsoft said 35 percent of counterfeit software had malicious code such as viruses and spyware.
Staff Writers Jun 3 2011, 2:44PM Software
NZ Parliament DDoS a success: Anonymous

NZ Parliament DDoS a success: Anonymous

Anonymous continues copyright fight.
Juha Saarinen May 3 2011, 4:44PM Collaboration
Cops warn of Adobe bearing Trojans

Cops warn of Adobe bearing Trojans

Infected Adobe warez circling Victoria.
Staff Writers May 2 2011, 5:06PM Collaboration
Five years ago this month: May

Five years ago this month: May

In May, 2006, Helen Coonan thought blocking the now live .XXX top-level internet domain was a good idea, and labels Beazley an anti-bush bandit. The Australian Communications and Media Authority launched its winning Do Not Call register and an anti-spam reporting button. Microsoft's Bill Gates and Intel's Paul Otellini snubbed PC naysayers when notebook margins were waning and while JB Hi-Fi launched its retail operations. And Creative, a one-time rival to Apple, sued the iPod maker.
May 2 2011, 4:42AM Photos
Microsoft kills off Office Genuine Advantage

Microsoft kills off Office Genuine Advantage

Microsoft has quietly ended the Genuine Advantage validation system for its Office software suite.
Nicole Kobie Dec 21 2010, 9:25AM Software
AFACT founder resigns

AFACT founder resigns

Key face returns to film industry.
Staff Writers Oct 21 2010, 8:23AM Strategy
Film industry appeals in iiTrial case

Film industry appeals in iiTrial case

On 15 grounds.
Brett Winterford Feb 25 2010, 11:23AM Security
Distributor to pay Nintendo $520k in damages

Distributor to pay Nintendo $520k in damages

The R4 chip deemed illegal in Australia.
Tanya Hall Feb 18 2010, 12:22PM Sales & Marketing

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