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Apple’s Upcoming Music Service Being Eyed By US Regulators

04/07/2015, There are rumors that Apple could be considering launching a new music streaming service based on Beats Music that they had acquired last year. The service is said to be possibly announced at WWDC 2015 later this year, but it seems that even before it has...

NY Cops Used “Stingray” Spying Tool 46 Times Without A Warrant

04/07/2015, Ever since Edward Snowden revealed that the US government had been spying on its own people, many have started to become extra critical with regards to surveillance tactics, and recently it seems that the police department in Erie County, New York, has...

Nintendo’s Strict YouTube Policies Leads Famous YouTuber To Quit

04/06/2015, You would think that companies would be happy to have legions of fans create fan-made YouTube videos of their products and services, but apparently that isn’t true especially in the case of Nintendo who has made it a habit to quash as many fan-made...

Senator Wants The Anarchist Cookbook Removed From The Internet

04/03/2015, When something goes on the internet, it’s more or less there forever which is why many of us have been repeatedly warned to keep things we want to be private off the internet. After all who’s stopping a complete stranger from saving your photos, your...

Super Mario 64 HD Fan Project Hit With Legal Takedown Request

03/31/2015, Just last week we reported on a cool project by Erik Roystan Ross in which he recreated the first level of Super Mario 64 using the Unity engine. As we noted in our post, Ross had no plans to recreate the game in its entirety and was more about showing...

UK Parents Who Let Underaged Kids Play 18+ Games Could Be Reported

03/31/2015, It is no secret that despite what the label on the video game box says, children will still play games that are not meant for their age group, but who’s to blame here? Would it be shops and online stores that don’t check the age of their customers, or...

Prisoner In The UK Escapes From Jail By Sending A Bogus Email

03/30/2015, When the idea of escaping from prison comes to mind, we probably think of elaborate plots, patience, distractions, timing, all of which will come together in a nice montage where the prisoner(s) escape successfully, kind of like what you might expect in a...

RadioShack’s Bankruptcy Could See Your Personal Information Sold

03/25/2015, As some of you guys might have heard, RadioShack is filing for bankruptcy and looking to sell themselves off. Some might think this isn’t a big deal and that you’ll just go to another store for your electronic needs, but here’s the thing, if you...

India Court Dismisses ‘Facebook’ Arrest Law

03/24/2015, It looks like India’s Supreme Court has just struck down a controversial law that would have enabled police to arrest people – and the reason for doing so would be the nature of comments on social networks as well as other online sites. The...

Music Group Asks ISPs To Spy On Customers To Stop Piracy

03/24/2015, For the most part, your ISP knows what you’re doing. It knows the websites you visit and the downloads you’ve made, both legal and illegal, but usually they don’t really do anything about it unless requested by the copyright holders. That being said...

Communications Companies Sue The FCC Over Net Neutrality Rules

03/23/2015, In theory net neutrality is a good thing. It basically means that carriers and ISPs are not allowed to give preferential treatment to companies who are willing to pay more for higher bandwidth or faster connections, for example if a company wanted to...

Mall Of America Reportedly Uses Facebook To Keep Tabs On Activists

03/19/2015, Protesters can be disruptive to businesses, as we’re sure most of you guys are aware. For example during the Hong Kong protests, regular folks were prevented from going into work simply because the protesters had blocked off access to the business...