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US refuses to name India as worst offender in patent rights

May 01, 2014

US refuses to name India as worst offender in patent rights

The United States has resisted lobbying by US businesses to take tougher trade action against India for its intellectual property policies. #United States #India #China #NewsTracker #Piracy #patents #India-US Relations #Intellectual property #Black list #IP #Patent rights
Kevin Spacey stars in IIFA, accuses India of 'stealing' House of Cards

Apr 28, 2014

Kevin Spacey stars in IIFA, accuses India of 'stealing' House of Cards

House of Cards is really big in India, I discovered," Spacey told reporters late Saturday as he walked the ceremonial carpet into the packed stadium. "Except isn't it funny that Netflix doesn't exist there yet. Which means that you're stealing it," he said. #Bollywood #World #India #TheySaidIt #IIFA #Piracy #Florida #Netflix #Entertainment #online piracy #House of Cards #Kevin Spacey #Tampa
Singapore tanker robbed by pirates in Malacca Strait

Apr 23, 2014

Singapore tanker robbed by pirates in Malacca Strait

The ship's captain, chief engineer and a supporting crewmember were found missing along with their passports and belongings which is why authorities are probing that it may be a robbery. #NewsTracker #Singapore #Malaysia #Oil tankers #pirates #World News #Piracy in international waters #Malacca strait
Kim Dotcom not allowed to access evidence for extradition

Mar 21, 2014

Kim Dotcom not allowed to access evidence for extradition

The Supreme Court ruled that US prosecutors were not required to disclose evidence at a hearing set for July to extradite Dotcom, the founder of online file sharing site Megaupload #World #Internet #US #Technology #NewsTracker #Piracy #Copyright #New Zealand #Megaupload #Kim Dotcom #sharing
Counter-terrorism, piracy high on radars of India, Sri Lanka, Maldives

Mar 09, 2014

Counter-terrorism, piracy high on radars of India, Sri Lanka, Maldives

The trilateral maritime cooperation can do precious little to keep the Chinese out of the Indian Ocean but through this process, the three neighbours are keeping in close touch on vital maritime security issues. #India #China #Sri Lanka #ConnectTheDots #Maldives #Piracy #Indian Ocean #counter terrorism #Maritime security #Shivshankar Menon #maritime operations

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Counter-terrorism, piracy high on radars of India, Sri Lanka, Maldives

Jul 29, 2014

Police Are Placing Anti-Piracy Warning Ads On Illegal Torrent Sites

The City of London police in the UK has begun placing ads on illegal torrent sites in an effort to curb their advertising revenue. Messages will appear instead of paid-for ads which, according to the police, will make it harder for these sites to loo...
Counter-terrorism, piracy high on radars of India, Sri Lanka, Maldives

Jul 31, 2014

The Incoherent Fight Against Videogame Piracy

I was 18 the first time I gave up on videogames. It wasn’t that I stopped caring about them or didn't play them anymore, but I had gradually found myself outside the culture and economy that propelled them forward. The Sony PlayStation had just been ...
Counter-terrorism, piracy high on radars of India, Sri Lanka, Maldives

Jul 15, 2014

Five Best Ideas of the Day: July 15

1. With the $3 billion annual cost of fighting piracy at sea, we could invest in economic and infrastructure development on the Somali coast to take down piracy’s root causes. By Anja Shortland and Federico Varese in The Conversation 2. Simply by let...
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