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DMCA takedown removes River City Ransom Underground from Steam

(Source: arstechnica.com)

River City Ransom Underground was removed from Steam late last week, part of an unfolding legal drama surrounding a composer who has been directing DMCA copyright-infringement takedowns at games she says don’t have the rights to her music. 352 more words


Penticton RCMP arrest elderly man after slow speed chase on highway

RCMP said an elderly man was arrested Thursday evening after he failed to stop for police on Highway 97.

Numerous RCMP pursued the white truck at 15 km/h until he could be boxed in. 127 more words


*Cancelled* USPTO To Hold Public Meeting on Voluntary Initiatives to Combat Online IP Infringement

*Note* The Meeting below has been cancelled. Further information is available here.

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) announced late last week that it will hold a public meeting on July 17, 2017 at its Alexandria, Virginia headquarters on measuring the impact of voluntary initiatives to reduce online intellectual property infringement. 299 more words

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Halting Piracy of Products or ideas

Seeing as how most things are driven by technology, especially the Internet, businesses, artists and developers may have a difficult time when it comes to people stealing their ideas and exploiting them for their own purposes. 356 more words



Sifu Gorden and his instructors were invited to Navy Reserve Forces Command to provide a speech and demonstration about how Chinese martial art Wing Chun style’s philosophies and principles can apply to a fighting exercises. 33 more words

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The Second Pig's Screams

A short disclaimer: this Critical Takedown (hatchet-job) piece was written before A. A. Gill’s recent passing. The rather foul and hyperbolic descriptive work was used to attack his distasteful comments about animal cruelty, and his bizarre fictional farces. 1,821 more words