But in relation to spam, phishing, ID-theft, botnets, malware, spyware, dDoS, fake reviews, manipulated search results, manipulation of clicks, manipulation of advertising and other types of (cyber)crime Google, Apple, Facebook, banks and governments can do whatever they want because their business models are not outdated…
“Record labels have a very strong voice when it comes to arguing for their particular business model, which is in fact out of date,” he said. “The result is that laws have been created which make out as if the only problem on the internet is teenagers stealing music. The world is bigger than that. The internet is bigger than the music industry. The economic impact of the internet is bigger than the music industry.”
Google fighting a war against a huge number of bad actors—from websites selling counterfeit goods and fraudulent tickets to underground international operations trying to spread malware and spyware
Google-backed study designed to seek out organized groups of comment fraudsters, and automate the process of identifying and shutting them down
Microsoft: Our filtering systems can block all URLs from a given domain if we observe a sufficient number of abusive URLs from that domain
Massive Use Of Deep Packet Inspection By European Telcom Operators. They’re Blocking, Throttling And Capping All Day Long
Facebook has started throwing a CAPTCHA prompt for all Google Blogger blog links. Any Thoughts EFF?
Facebook has blocked “thousands” of accounts in India for using the word “chutia.” Any Thoughts EFF?
Apple, apparently, won’t carry an ebook that contains a link to buy a hardcover book from Amazon
Apple reportedly putting DMCA squeeze on App Store pirates