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Authorities target Kim Dotcom’s family in new court filings

Kim Dotcom isn’t everyone’s favourite entrepreneur. He’s big, brash and has been well known for flaunting his wealth and success over the years. However since the raid on his home in January 2012, he’s become quite the activist, taking on governments and copyright lobby groups alike in courts and the …

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MPs out of touch with porn crackdown report

Despite David Cameron getting his way on recent ISP level filtering, British politicians are looking to tighten the law and controls even more, demanding that every site featuring “harmful adult content,” implement an age verification system or face blocking in a similar style to sites involved in piracy. This comes …

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Nintendo is investigating Foxconn child labour claims

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Nintendo has announced in the wake of the Foxconn child labour reports – and the company’s admission – that it was investigating what happened and how much truth there really is behind the story. As a quick catch up, Foxconn admitted yesterday to taking part in the illegal hiring of …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “How Parents are Sabotaging the Mobile Gaming Space for their Children’s Use” Brennan Knotts, COO of KinderTown, said that …

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