Aussie Piracy study is “Fantasy work”

What do you get if you take one study of estimated data, aggregate it, then use that to generate data on another country on the opposite side of the world? If you’re the content industry, you call that ‘an anti piracy study’ and if you’re a politician, you might call it ‘evidence proving the need […]
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Dragon*Con 2010

I know I said I’d never go, (mainly because of the robot track but I won’t go into that) but this weekend, I’ll be at Dragon*Con. I’m starting off with a bang too, as I’m on a panel in the second scheduled spot of the event, at 11:30am Friday morning, as well as representing both […]
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Clueless MP in Charge of Filesharing Crackdown

The MP apparantly in charge of UK government’s policy on p2p, hasn’t got a clue what he’s talking about. In today’s Birmingham Post, Siôn Simon, the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Creative Industries at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, is quoted as saying the following at the Labour Party conference in Brighton. The lesson […]
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