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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1633 Project management tips: Five ways to keep your project and your team on target
The ongoing Australian Federal Court case between music studios and internet service providers (ISPs) has seen Telstra, Optus, TPG, and Foxtel argue that they should be reimbursed for the costs associated with blocking access to KickAss Torrents and its related proxy sites that infringe or facilitate the infringement of copyright.

During the hearing in Sydney on Tuesday morning, counsel representing the four music studios -- Universal Music Australia, Sony Music Entertainment Australia, Warner Music Australia, and J Albert & Son -- said this case differs from the piracy site-blocking case between Foxtel/Roadshow and ISPs that is also currently facing Federal Court judgment in two important respects: The nature of the blocking, or specifically whether it should be domain name server (DNS) or internet protocol (IP) blocking; and "the way of dealing with future infringements".
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#1633 Project management tips: Five ways to keep your project and your team on target
#1632 Microsoft: Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers' malware
#1631 Android phones rooted by “most serious” Linux escalation bug ever
#1630 The “notification” ransomware lands in Brazil
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