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UK Wants Google To Remove Links To Stories About Removing Stories

08/21/2015, As you might be aware, Google in Europe is entertaining “right to be forgotten” requests, where basically if it meets the requirements, Google will remove links about a particular person from its search results in a bid to give them privacy. Sounds...

In Germany, Taking Photos Of Your Food Could Violate Copyright

08/21/2015, It’s pretty common these days that when you are served your food, especially if they look particularly impressive, photos will be taken of it and posted onto social media like Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter. This lets you tell your friends and your...

Popcorn Time Users Sued By Movie Studio In The US

08/19/2015, Popcorn Time, an online torrent streaming service that has been described as the Netflix for pirates seems to be landing users in a fair bit of trouble these days. Recently we reported that two men in Denmark were arrested for creating guides on using...

Danish Police Arrest Two For Creating Popcorn Time Guides

08/19/2015, Can’t be bothered to wait for your torrents to finish downloading? You might be familiar with the website called Popcorn Time which has been billed as the Netflix for pirates. Basically it allows users to stream their torrents so you can watch your...

Another Company Hit With FCC Fine For Blocking WiFi Hotspots

08/18/2015, Hotels generally charge a lot to use their WiFi which for the most part tends to be incredibly slow to begin with, which is why sometimes some hotel guests prefer to tether their phones to their computers since this is usually cheaper and faster. After...

Woman Fined For Posting Photo Of Police Car Parked In Disabled Bay

08/16/2015, We’re sure you’ve probably seen plenty of photos where people have been shamed for parking in disabled parking bays when they are clearly not disabled. One woman in Spain recently came across a police car parked in such a bay and she felt that even...

Pilots Reporting Seeing More Drones At Higher Altitudes

08/14/2015, While drones have been looked at as tools for photographers and videographers, sometimes they do get in the way and pose a potential danger. In fact recently the FAA has released a report in which they claim that pilots have started to see drones in...

Liking A Facebook Post Might Have Violated A Restraining Order

08/13/2015, In the past we have seen people post some questionable things on Facebook that have led to people getting fired from their jobs, and interestingly enough it seems that liking a post on Facebook could very well constitute a violation of a restraining...

FDA Isn’t Happy About Pill Advertising Instagram Post

08/13/2015, Instagram is used to share photos of your travel, what you’ve eaten, what you’ve done, who you’ve met, and so on. It can also be used as advertising where popular Instagrammer advertise products they use so that their followers will see it. In some...

Google Could Run Into Issues With The Alphabet Name

08/11/2015, Yesterday Google announced they would be restructuring. Instead of Google being the parent company to a host of products and services they have created or acquired over the years, Google will now be a subsidiary company to a newly formed parent company...

EU Rules Apple And Music Labels Didn’t Conspire To End Free Music

08/09/2015, With Apple being the size that they are, it isn’t suprising that whatever they do is met with close scrutiny. In fact you guys might recall that when Apple Music was first announced, it was later revealed that the EU wanted to take a closer look, just...

Breathalyzer Bike Lock Won’t Let You Cycle Home Drunk

08/09/2015, Driving while drunk is a bad idea and everyone knows that, but what about cycling home while drunk? Granted that a bike probably won’t be able to run into pedestrians and hurt them the same way that a car will, it will still hurt. It could also see...

Class-Action Lawsuit Filed Against Chrysler Over Jeep Remote Hack

08/07/2015, Some of you might recall that last month, hackers demonstrated how a Jeep Cherokee by Chrysler could be hacked, thus allowing the hackers to remotely commandeer the vehicle, which safe to say is quite a nightmare situation not only for the carmaker, but...