bs0d3 writes: On June 11th 2011, Europe witnessed one of the largest piracy-related busts in history. As police from across European countries moved to raid the operators of kino.to all at once. Today one of the admins was sentenced. For his participation in the internet film portal kino.to a 33-year-old web designer has been sentenced for a 2 and a half year prison sentence. The district court of Leipzig said he was guilty in the unauthorized commercial exploitation of copyrighted works in more than 1.1 million cases. The 33-year-old is the first to be convicted in connection with the investigation into the film portal. The verdict is final.
An anonymous reader writes: built entirely in open-source html5, webGl and Mozilla's Popcorn, One Millionth Tower is a web-native documentary created by the legendary National Film Board of Canada. The story of re-imagining our higrise planet — and the web.
An anonymous reader writes: What message does it send when a security company recommends turning off security to use their product? It's just another day at the office for Dan Walsh who discovered RSA's SecurID PAM module has an embarrassingly outdated design.