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What's the dark side of the success of e-readers and e-books? In a word, piracy.
Anne B. Ragde, an award-winning Norwegian author, criticizes ebook piracy as theft. Sadly, her son reportedly reveals that she pirated 1,800 MP3 songs.
Verizon's launching its LTE network on Sunday, the FCC is proposing a plan for Net neutrality tomorrow, and Google is about to take over the world EVEN MORE with its e-book venture (we're sure the EU is going to love that). Also, that deafening silence you hear on Twitter is the sound of a bunch of celebrities playing dead to raise money for AIDS. New meme: celebrity zombie impersonator accounts! Get yours today! --Molly
The list of 2009's most pirated e-books reveals that those who downloaded illegally are people with rather narrow minds and broad frustrations.
In an effort to clear its name association with pirated movies, music, and games, the company BitTorrent works to set the record straight.
"Stealing is stealing," US Ambassador Bliech has said in an impassioned plea on his Facebook page.
Three of the men who founded The Pirate Bay have found out that the Sweden Supreme Court will not hear their appeal of fines and jail sentences imposed on them in 2010.
Jonatan Söderström, the developer of Steam title Hotline Miami, has asked piraters of his game to include the patch in the torrent.
The huge popularity of the iPod indirectly fueled the piracy of music. Will the iPad do the same to e-books?
The Internet service provider has expressed doubt that IP addresses are useful in the search and is concerned about customer privacy.