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Melbourne cabbie fined over GPS jammer

Melbourne cabbie fined over GPS jammer

Radio comms could be blocked in fight for passengers.
Jan 9 2014 1:21PM
ACMA fields more complaints on mobile interference

ACMA fields more complaints on mobile interference

Continues to crack down on illegal devices.
Oct 17 2012 7:00AM
ACMA to crack down on illegal repeaters

ACMA to crack down on illegal repeaters

And other devices that interfere with radio networks.
Sep 21 2012 12:01PM
Illegal fire-sharers tapped directly by 'monitors'

Illegal fire-sharers tapped directly by 'monitors'

Four in ten log IP address within three hours.
Sep 5 2012 4:36PM
Telstra suspects underbelly of illegal repeaters

Telstra suspects underbelly of illegal repeaters

'Tens' busted each year.
Jul 27 2012 12:28PM
EU legal adviser rules piracy web blocking illegal

EU legal adviser rules piracy web blocking illegal

Advocate General says filtering and blocking breaches fundamental rights
Apr 18 2011 10:32AM
Skype's partner claims service is legal in China

Skype's partner claims service is legal in China

As analysts ponder China's intentions.
Jan 5 2011 1:39PM
Study: 1.2 billion illegal UK song downloads in 2010

Study: 1.2 billion illegal UK song downloads in 2010

Figures "conservative".
Dec 17 2010 7:32AM
Europe raids suspected illegal movie kingpins

Europe raids suspected illegal movie kingpins

Targets alleged suppliers of pre-market movies.
Sep 8 2010 6:20AM
Drug raid leads to illegal DVD bust

Drug raid leads to illegal DVD bust

Lab could have made three million discs per year.
May 12 2010 8:47AM
British regulators spell out plans to regulate ISPs

British regulators spell out plans to regulate ISPs

Outlines plans to police the UK's Digital Economy Act.
Apr 15 2010 9:26AM
Rights holders warm to breaches on YouTube

Rights holders warm to breaches on YouTube

Viral successes mean an additional revenue stream.
Dec 9 2009 2:31PM
Day 13: Does Freezone keep pirates at bay?

Day 13: Does Freezone keep pirates at bay?

Film industry says no, iiNet says yes.
Nov 4 2009 2:25PM
British ISPs slam plans to cut off file sharers

British ISPs slam plans to cut off file sharers

Proposals 'ride roughshod over judicial processes'.
Oct 1 2009 6:57AM
ISPs cosy up to Federal Court

ISPs cosy up to Federal Court

Film and internet industry groups square off.
Sep 25 2009 12:40PM
AFACT raises concern over unlimited ISP plans

AFACT raises concern over unlimited ISP plans

Advertising could be "misconstrued".
Sep 25 2009 7:15AM
"Three strikes" rule for illegal downloads falls out of favour

"Three strikes" rule for illegal downloads falls out of favour

The UK government is reported to be moving away from introducing a "three strikes" policy to combat illegal downloaders.
Jun 6 2009 10:50AM
Swedish net traffic halves after new law

Swedish net traffic halves after new law

Internet traffic in Sweden has plummeted after a tough new anti-piracy law was enacted in the country earlier this week, potentially casting interesting new light on the extent to which illegal file-sharing occurs.
Apr 6 2009 6:11AM
Piracy more 'convenient' than the legal options

Piracy more 'convenient' than the legal options

Digital piracy is viewed by many as simply a more convenient alternative to obtaining content from most legal online channels, according to a report by business law firm Olswang.
Nov 18 2008 6:20AM
Illegal dumping highlights WEEE weakness

Illegal dumping highlights WEEE weakness

Waste regulation failing to stop shipments of broken computers to Africa
Aug 25 2008 7:40AM

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