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Friday, 22/5/2015


Dallas Buyers Club piracy letters won't be sent for months

The law firm representing Dallas Buyers Club LLC has indicated it could be two months before some 4,700 Australians begin receiving letters over allegedly illicitly downloading the film of the same name.

Source: ZDNet Australia


Australia spared the worst of rise in web attacks: Akamai

Australia has been spared the worst of a significant increase in attacks on internet-connected systems highlighted in content delivery giant Akamai's latest state of the internet security report.

Source: iTnews Australia


Spectrum review proposes greater role for market

A review into Australia's spectrum management framework has recommended introducing new rules that will increase the opportunities to share and trade spectrum.

Source: Computerworld


Leaked database of Adult Friend Finder still online

Adult Friend Finder, one of the largest online dating sites, may have been breached more than two months ago, and the sensitive files -- include names, ages, email addresses, zip codes and more -- are apparently still online.

Source: ARN


Thursday, 21/5/2015


Dallas Buyers Club foreshadows more piracy suits

Voltage pictures has indicated that its court battle with iiNet and other ISPs over 4,726 alleged downloaders of Dallas Buyers Club is just the start.

Source: ZDNet Australia


Dallas Buyers Club will chase other ISP customers over piracy

The owners of the film Dallas Buyers Club plan to go after customers of more internet service providers for alleged copyright infringement following their court battle with iiNet.

Source: iTnews Australia


Gathering Dallas Buyers Club downloader details not cheap, say ISPs

Dallas Buyers Club LLC has questioned an estimate produced by ISPs of how much it could cost to gather the details of customers linked to a collection of IP addresses. Lawyers representing DBC LLC today also hinted at casting a wider net to catch pirates, potentially opening up other ISPs' customers to court action.

Source: Computerworld


Wednesday, 20/5/2015


Free legal advice from iiNet and $10 fines expected for Dallas downloaders

Broadband provider iiNet has said it is working with a law firm to offer free legal advice to customers who receive a warning letter or speculative invoice from the copyright holders of the Dallas Buyers Club movie.

Source: iTWire


2015 already a record year for DDoS: Akamai

The first quarter of 2015 saw a record number of direct denial of service (DDoS) attacks according to network service provider, Akamai.

Source: ARN


Vodafone Australia returns to growth

Vodafone has recorded its first growth in revenue since its infamous mobile network failures in 2010.

Source: ZDNet Australia