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Jan 25 2011
Before tackling the proposed Spanish 'Sinde' Act (the trending topic of late), it's worth mentioning the other paths available to the creative industry to defend its rights and which have absolutely nothing to do with legislation.
Groucho glasses
Jan 25 2011
For years, antipiracy companies like MediaDefender (read our 2007 profile) have scratched out a... +
Systems Networks P2P
Jan 25 2011
A study done at Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) identifies and characterizes the users who upload contents on the main P2P piracy networks on Internet and points out the incentives that they find to carrying out this activity.
imagen filtro voz
Jan 25 2011
A study conducted by the Carlos III University of Madrid (UC3M) pinpoints and paints a profile of those users who post content on the most popular on-line P2P piracy networks, and goes on to explain the incentives underpinning their work.
antenna photograph
Jan 22 2011
By sharing antennas, cellphone companies could save big on energy bills and carbon footprints. But can they stop competing long enough to get along?
Joerg Widmer
Jan 20 2011
Interview with Joerg Widmer, Senior Researcher, Institute IMDEA Networks
His Royal Highness the Prince of Asturias
Dec 14 2010
Their Royal Highnesses Felipe and Letizia, the Prince and Princess of Asturias, presided the Madrid presentation of the Prince of Girona Foundation (Fundación Príncipe de Girona) in one of a series of activities designed to promote the goals and... +
Antonio Fernández Anta
Dec 09 2010
Interview with Antonio Fernández Anta, Senior Researcher, Institute IMDEA Networks
Nov 26 2010
A new study has found that the distribution of largely copyright files on major BitTorrent portals, such as The Pirate Bay, is dominated by about 100 publishers.