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Torrent-Only Movie Denied IMDb Listing 207

An anonymous reader writes "A film set to be released for free via BitTorrent has been denied a listing in the Internet Movie Database. The Tunnel is currently in production and despite pleas from the makers, IMDb won't allow it on their site. The creators of this horror movie believe that because they have shunned an official distributor and chosen a BitTorrent model instead, this has put them at a disadvantage with the Amazon-owned site."

Submission + - AppStore and iTunes accounts hacked

An anonymous reader writes: On the third of July this year an iTunes devellopper saw his application go down in the stats. After looking at it he saw that some others applications got to the top. It seems to be that a lot of iTunes accounts are hacked and used to buy apps in mass on the store.

Submission + - App Store, Hacked (

An anonymous reader writes: Two iPhone App developers have spotted what appears to be a hacking of the App store rankings by a rogue developer. The rankings in the books category of the US iTunes store features 40 out of 50 apps by the same app developer, Thuat Nguyen.

What’s more concerning is that it seems individuals iTunes accounts have been hacked to make mass purchases of that one developer’s apps.

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