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YouTube Pledges To Reduce The Amount Of Copyright Takedown Mistakes

02/29/2016, Say you post footage or use footage or music in your YouTube videos that doesn’t belong to you, there is a good chance it could be flagged by the public, studios, or YouTube’s system for copyright violation, after which your video could be removed....

12-Year Old Girl Gets In Trouble Over Posting Emojis

02/29/2016, Emojis are fun and are meant to be lighthearted ways of expressing things in a way that words cannot. However sometimes they can also be open to interpretation, which can sometimes land people in trouble. Most recently, a 12-year old girl from Fairfax,...

Apple’s $120 Million Patent Win Against Samsung Overturned

02/27/2016, It looks like Samsung’s pockets are about to get a whole lot heavier – to the tune of $120 million, actually, as the US Court of Appeals has overturned the 2014 verdict of a California federal court which claimed that Samsung was the guilty party...

Terrorists Groups Reportedly Using Facebook To Purchase Weapons

02/26/2016, Facebook can be handy if you’re looking to buy things because there are various groups and pages that you can browse for certain types of products. Sometimes this might be cheaper than what you find in retail stores, and sometimes they might be...

Band Claims Final Fantasy XIV Ripped Off Their Song

02/25/2016, Graphics, gameplay, and story are important elements in a game, but so is the game’s music. Having a great soundtrack only serves to further the immersion into the game, which is why soundtracks for games like Journey have been widely lauded. However...

Arizona County To Stop Using iPhones Following Encryption Debate

02/25/2016, While it sounds like many big name tech companies will soon be throwing their legal support behind Apple, there are some in the government who aren’t too thrilled about Apple’s refusal to comply with the court’s orders and unlock the iPhone in the...

Apple Denies FBI’s Request Through Motion

02/25/2016, It looks like the legal eagles over at Apple have a whole lot of work ahead of them, wiht Apple having filed a motion earlier today in order to do away with the government’s request for help when it comes to gaining access to a dead terrorist’s...

Google, Microsoft & Others To Offer Legal Support To Apple

02/25/2016, Ever since the courts ordered Apple to unlock the San Bernardino iPhone, many companies have come forward to offer words of support to Apple. For example we have Google who was one of the first, and then we also have the likes of Facebook, Twitter, and...

Apple CEO Tim Cook Likens iPhone Backdoor To Software Cancer

02/24/2016, About a week ago, Apple was ordered by the courts to unlock the iPhone belonging to one of the shooters from the San Bernardino case. The Cupertino company refused and its CEO, Tim Cook, has since published a lengthy letter explaining why this is...

Apple Wants Congress To Weigh In On The Encryption Case

02/24/2016, Despite being ordered by the court, Apple is refusing to unlock the iPhone belonging to the terrorist of the San Bernardino shootings. The company claims that this will set a dangerous precedent, although the FBI’s director claims that it won’t. Right...

Bill Gates Backs FBI In Their Case Against Apple

02/23/2016, In the debate as to whether or not Apple should comply with the court’s demands and offer backdoor access to the iPhone, several renowned tech companies have come forward to show their support for Apple. For example Google has said that they support...

DOJ Apparently Has At Least 12 iPhones They Want Apple To Unlock

02/23/2016, Yesterday the FBI tried to reassure Apple and the public that by unlocking one phone, it will not be setting a dangerous precedent. Apparently the argument here is that it is just a single device, and nothing more. However it turns out that maybe that...

Survey: Half Of America Thinks Apple Should Unlock The iPhone

02/22/2016, As we speak, the debate about whether Apple should give in to the FBI’s requests and unlock the iPhone or provide a backdoor rages on. Whether or not that actually happens remains to be seen, but in the meantime it looks like Americans seem to be on the...