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MPAA and RIAA Members Uploaded Over 2,000 Gigabytes to Megaupload | TorrentFreak. Ernesto on April 18, 2014 This month both the MPAA and RIAA filed civil lawsuits against Megaupload and its founder Kim Dotcom for massive copyright infringement. What they failed to mention, however, is that many of their members’ employees were actually sharing files … Continue reading


  •   Dear @EP_Industry members, support S&D #AlternateCAs and vote in favour of #NetNeutrality! — Gonzalo San Gil (@gonzalosangil) February 23, 2014 (https://www.accessnow.org/blog/2014/02/23/one-day-to-save-net-neutrality-in-Europe)
  • The International Cultural Industry is Placing their ex Senior Officers in Parliaments and Courts, to Make (First) and Interpret (Later) The Laws at Their Own Discretion. Freedom is Being Sold for a Bunch of Dollars. If I were You, I'd Get Into Action... Here, Some Known Examples (Imagine These still unknown)...  RIAA lobbyist becomes federal judge, rules on file-sharing cases Last week, Washington, DC federal judge Beryl Howell ruled on three mass file-sharing lawsuits. Judges in Texas, West Virginia, and Illinois had all ruled recently that such lawsuits were defective in various ways, but Howell gave her cases the green light; attorneys could use the federal courts to sue thousands of people at once and then issue mass subpoenas to Internet providers. Yes, issues of "joinder" and "jurisdiction" would no doubt arise later, but the initial mass unmasking of alleged file-swappers was legitimate. Key music industry lawyer now EU copyright chief The European Union's new point person on copyright policy won't take up her post until mid-April, but she's already stirring up controversy. That's because Maria Martin-Prat spent years directing "global legal policy" for IFPI, the global recording industry's London-based trade group, before moving back into government. The appointment raises new questions about the past private-sector work of government officials, especially those crafting policy or issuing legal judgments on the same issues they once lobbied for.

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Gonzalo San Gil, PhD

Gonzalo San Gil, PhD

- Independent Journalist: Information Society, Culture and Freedom. - Instructor: Sound Mixing and Production, (Rock+) Deejaying. - Free Software Drifter [Curriculum Vitae Experto en Sociedad de la Información y Entorno Cultural Titulación - Administrador de Sistemas Linux, IBM-CEIM 2012 - Técnico de Redes y Sistemas, MTAS-INEM 2007 - Doctor en CC de la Información-Periodismo UCM 2005 - Licenciado en Comunicación Audiovisual UCM 1991

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