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Below are all news articles for March 2005

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Title: 'DVD Jon' reopens iTunes backdoor

A group of underground programmers has posted code online they say will reopen a backdoor in Apple Computer?s iTunes store, allowing Linux computer users to purchase music free of copy protection.

The release comes just a day after Apple blocked a previous version of the program, called PyMusique, in part by requiring all iTunes customers to use the latest version of Apple?s software.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 86 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-24 14:31:21GMT

Title: Apple disables iTunes PyMusique hack

Apple Computer has closed a security hole that allowed an underground program to tap into its iTunes Music Store and purchase songs stripped of antipiracy protections. 

The PyMusique software, created by a trio of independent programmers online, emerged last week as a copy protection-free back door into the popular iTunes store. One of the creators was Jon Johansen, the Norwegian programmer responsible for releasing DVD-copying software in 1999.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 140 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-22 01:22:53GMT

Title: Consumers groups to back P2P

A group of consumer heavyweights ? the Consumers Union, the Consumers Federation of America, U.S. PIRG, and Free Press ? say they?ll release a major paper on peer to peer technology tomorrow. The idea is to fight back against "attacks on file-sharing networks" from the record labels and movie studios, and raise awareness of the consumer benefits of P2P, the groups say.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 97 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-22 00:59:32GMT

Title: Hollywood brow-beats second BitTorrent Brit

A second British movie-oriented website owner has been threatened with legal action by US movie studios for allegedly offering their films as BitTorrent downloads without their permission.

Kevin Reid, who runs bds-palace.co.uk, was last week given notice that Paramount, 20th Century Fox, Universal and Warner Bros. intend to name him in a lawsuit - filed last December with the US District Court of New Jersey - which claims "significant" numbers of pirate movies were made available through his site.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 102 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-22 00:54:54GMT

Title: Buy DRM-free songs from the iTunes Music Store

Jon Johansen, aka DVD Jon, aka the secret crush of hackers and DRM-haters everywhere, has struck again. And this time he?s not screwing around, he?s done something that will so seriously provoke Apple and the recording industry that he may have to go into hiding:

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 135 Comments: 1 Date Posted: 2005-03-18 11:19:39GMT

Title: Cornell, LimeWire fix security flaw in popular file-sharing software

A Cornell research group has discovered serious vulnerabilities in a widely-used peer-to-peer file-sharing program. The weakness in LimeWire, a popular client for the Gnutella file-sharing network, would allow an intruder to read any file on a computer running the program, including confidential information and some password files. The problem occurs in both the free and paid versions of the program, in all operating systems.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 106 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-18 11:14:55GMT

Title: Software delivers 'free' calls on the net

Internet peer-to-peer file sharing, often associated with illegal swapping of music and movies, could get an image reprieve by enabling free voice calls to be made anywhere in the world, legally.

Skype is a file-sharing system that enables free calls between computers at no extra cost beyond that of internet connection.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 98 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-18 11:05:18GMT

Title: BitTorrent May Prove Too Good to Quash

Most file-sharing programs aren?t the most upstanding citizens of the computing world. Yes, the entertainment industry hates them for the way they?re used to download movies and albums without paying -- but many of these programs also fail to treat their own users well, often installing an unadvertised, unwanted load of advertising and spyware.

BitTorrent is different. This free, open-source program offers a spyware- and nuisance-free installation. And while it is certainly handy for downloading movies and other copyrighted material for free, it?s also increasingly used to distribute software and entertainment legally.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 334 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-18 10:49:13GMT

Title: P2P sites shutdown amid raid rumours

Both Music Industry Piracy Investigations (MIPI) and People Telecom have been ordered to appear before the Federal Court this Wednesday, in a case that could decide the future of online file sharing in Australia. Though MIPI has repeatedly stated that it is not interested in individual users, there is no doubt that the court case will be closely watched by file sharers, concerned that their activities might bring them to the attention of the law.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 109 Comments: 1 Date Posted: 2005-03-18 10:38:56GMT

Title: Music sharing faces a new battle

For years now, consumers have repeatedly heard that copying artistic works basically equals stealing directly from the artists. But history may suggest otherwise.

One need look no further than the infamous Betamax case, when major Hollywood studios filed suit against Sony, claiming that the ability to tape at home on VCRs was copyright infringement and threatened the economic future of their industry. Nevertheless, Hollywood continues to thrive today despite DVD technology.

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Checked by: WarXchild Times Read: 313 Comments: 0 Date Posted: 2005-03-16 15:04:58GMT

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