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Is Copyright Only For the Big Guys?

Over the last two weeks, two interesting copyright-related stories have appeared in online news reports. Both involve big media companies and small users, but not in the way we usually expect. In both instances, the large media companies “pirated” content instead of the users, and they seem to get away…

BBC Gets Ready for BitTorrent Distribution

Today the BBC published the first episode of R&DTV, a Creative Commons licensed show that users are allowed to remix, redistribute and share. The first episode of the monthly technology show features Digg's Kevin Rose, among others. The BBC hopes to use BitTorrent for the distribution of future episodes.

EU Invests $22 Million in Next-Generation BitTorrent Client

A few weeks ago we reported that the EU Greens launched a pro-filesharing campaign named "I Wouldn't Steal". In a continued effort to support the development of P2P technology, the European Union has now invested $22 million in the development of an open-source BitTorrent client.

The BBC Rehashes MPAA Propaganda

As a government owned corporation the BBC has a duty to educate, and be evenhanded in its dealings with subjects. Yet in a recent segment on their long-running 'Film' program, currently hosted by Jonathon Ross, the BBC ran a biased segment straight from the MPAA. The BBC on the other…

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