Since the recording industry is one of the key supporters of the pending SOPA legislation in the United States, it seems fitting that its opponents should use the medium of song to make their counter argument.
21 Dec 2011 Leave a comment
28 Nov 2011 Leave a comment
This may just be a less savory medical paper than the case of the STD-giving blow-up doll.
In a recent study “Subcutaneous Penile Insertion of Domino Fragments by Incarcerated Males in Southwest United States Prisons:
03 Sep 2011 Leave a comment
The United States Copyright Group (USCG) has dropped another mass-lawsuit they filed earlier against 1,951 BitTorrent users.
The dismissal comes just a week after the lawyers dismissed their The Expendables case and suggests they are retreating. The question is, however, whether this signals the end of trouble for the defendants or whether the lawyers will re-file their cases in smaller batches.
22 Aug 2011 Leave a comment
In a new study published in the journal Cross-Cultural Research, scientists asked 1,157 adults from the United States, Russia and Lithuania to write in freelist form what they associated with romantic love.
Here’s what they had to say.
12 Aug 2011 Leave a comment
Last month the MPAA and RIAA made a deal with all the major Internet providers in the United States to systematically hunt down file-sharers.
The new Copyright Alerts system will directly affect millions of Internet users, but thus far the participating parties have refused to disclose which monitoring company will act as anti-piracy detectives. Its time for the big reveal.
09 May 2011 Leave a comment
Pakistan’s prime minister will on Monday warn the United States it will defend its air space if American forces mount another raid on terrorists suspected of hiding inside the country.