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US authorities are investigating a vast hacking-for-hire operation that involves attempts to pilfer confidential communications from investigative journalists, short sellers and advocacy groups fighting climate change, according to law enforcement officials, court documents and cybersecurity officials who have tracked the scheme for years.
Four major publishing houses on June 1 sued the Internet Archive alleging that its “national emergency library” allowing locked-down readers free access to digital books was “brazenly” violating copyright laws.
The Epic Games Store, set up by wealthy Fortnite developer Epic Games, continues its weekly programme of computer game giveaways with the Lego Batman and Batman Arkham trilogies.
Remember when Myspace did an oopsie and lost the estimated 50 million music tracks uploaded onto the platform between 2003 and 2015? Well, they’re kinda back online.
From SimCity to The Last Ninja, video games developed for the early home computer C64 remain classics today. A digital library based in San Francisco is now offering them for free online.
Every day, tens of thousands of people stream into Google offices wearing red name badges. They eat in Google’s cafeterias, ride its commuter shuttles and work alongside its celebrated geeks. But they can’t access all of the company’s celebrated perks. They aren’t entitled to stock and can’t enter certain offices. Many don’t have health insurance.
Gamers who are used to poring over pages of complex hardware requirements to see if a game will run on their computer can rest easy.
Google has just announced an update to its Search bar in the United States: the ability to search for available e-books at nearby libraries.
Google Inc's massive effort to scan millions of books for a digital library violates copyright law, illegally depriving authors of licensing fees, royalties and sales, a lawyer for a group of authors told a US appeals court.
The library opening with the first day of classes on Monday at Florida's newest college features a sunlit arched roof and cosy reading chairs — but not a single book.