At the end of 2013, Aereo had 77,596 subscribers in 10 cities, according to Peter Kafka of Re/code, who published the information earlier today. About 27,000 of them lived in New York City, Aereo's first market. Boston, its second market, had 12,000 subscribers, while Atlanta had 10,000. … [Read more...] about Supreme Court cut Internet streaming to nearly 80,000 Aereo customers
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With its July 25 suit, the AARC alleges that Ford’s in-car "Jukebox" feature and GM’s in-car "Hard Drive Device" are purpose-built "Digital Audio Recording Devices" and therefore are subject to lots of additional regulation. Specifically, the suit states that both Ford’s Jukebox and GM’s Hard Drive Device fail to implement the Serial Copy Management System copy protection scheme and that both Ford and GM have failed to pay the appropriate AHRA-mandated royalties on their devices. … [Read more...] about Music industry sues automakers over in-car audio ripping systems
It’s easy to imagine how competitive PC gamers started using GLHF and GG. After all, the idea of sportsmanship has existed for millennia. The PC gamers who started using GLHF and GG in the ’90s grew up saying things like “good luck,” or “that was a great game” on softball fields and in basketball courts. It only makes sense that the same terminology would trickle down to competitive gaming. … [Read more...] about What Does “GLHF” Mean, and How Do You Use It?
A transfer of the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs would be largely self-defeating, by destroying whatever value they may have. These ccTLDs only have value insofar as they can be used by domain name holders around the world. Unplugging the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs to reassign them to a new ccTLD manager would make the existing ccTLDs inoperable, thereby eradicating the hundreds of thousands of second-level domain names registered in the .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs. Moreover, any newly-created .IR, .SY and .KP ccTLDs, by virtue of such a transfer, would be devoid of any domain name registrations, the very thing that gives a ccTLD its value and utility. Thus, the re-delegation of these ccTLDs would not result in any economic value to the Plaintiffs; it would simply destroy a resource utilized by the Internet community. … [Read more...] about ICANN to plaintiffs: No, you can’t have all of Iran’s domains
Faiella allegedly relied on Shrem's company to allow customers to move money into exchange accounts anonymously. Customers deposited the money in person to the bank accounts of a third-party service. The company limited cash deposits to under $1,000 per customer per day to avoid disclosure requirements mandated under anti money laundering laws. As a money transmitter under federal statutes, the company was subject to anti money laundering laws that among other things required it to report substantial transactions or patterns of transactions suspected of facilitating criminal activity. Shrem allegedly never filed any such reports. … [Read more...] about Men charged with scheme to sell $1 million in bitcoins to Silk Road users