COURT LIFTS OVERBROAD “PIRACY” BLOCKADE OF MEGA AND OTHER SITES

COURT LIFTS OVERBROAD “PIRACY” BLOCKADE OF MEGA AND OTHER SITES BY ERNESTO ON OCTOBER 9, 2014 C: 0 NEWS Mega and several other file-hosting services are accessible in..... Read more »

New Copyright Rules by AGCOM( Italian telecommunications Body). Ordonnance n 10020/2014 of September 26, 2014, of Administrative Court of Lazio. Referring to Constitutional Court.

  Regarding the New Copyright Rules by AGCOM (  Italian telecommunications Body)and Ordonnance n 10020/2014  of Administrative Court of Lazio, Referring to Constitutional Court, Since..... Read more »

PROSECUTOR’S OFFICE OF ROME. OPERATION “EYEMOON.” MEGA.CO.NZ and other 24 PORTALS seized. KIMDOTCOM And The Russian oligarch ALISHIR Usmanov BETWEEN THE TARGET.

 Cyberlocker Mega.co.nz  ( owned by  Kimdotcom (ex Megaupload) was seized by Preliminary Investigations Judge of Rome, as well as the giant Russian mail.ru,.. Read more »

The “AGCOM” ( Italian Communications Authority) law on web sites removal. A damage for internet-related businesses and freedom.

AGCOM, Italy’s independent and autonomous Communications Authority -with a putsch-    decide on December the 12th  to controversially appoint itself – without any further Parliament..... Read more »

Italy Attempting To Have Copyright Enforced By Regulators, Not Courts

By Mike Masnick for www.techdirt.com   A year and a half ago, we thought this plan was dead in the water, but apparently.. Read more »

Battle for the future of Italy’s internet: Protests build against site-blocking law

  Raffaele Mastrolonardo  for ZdNet Italy’s internet is in turmoil, with the country’s telecoms regulator at the centre of the brouhaha. A diverse.. Read more »

Are Freedom and expression and information, guaranteed by Article 11 of the Charter of fundamental Rights of EU, threatened By Italian #AGCOM?

Alessandra Flora On Euractiv. “Some experts are worried by a measure that allows the selective removal or disabling of access to illicit content. According to..... Read more »