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The Largest Corporate Fines And Settlements Since 2005 [Infographic]
London-based writer and designer David McCandless, charted out the biggest corporate fines and settlements of the past seven years, and expressed them as percentage of the company’s annual revenue. Please follow Money Game on Twitter and Facebook....
- Posted 97 days ago
First Kiwi File-Sharer Guilty, But Lack of Evidence Kills Large Fines
The so-called ‘Skynet’ anti-piracy law in New Zealand has been operational for some time, but it took until yesterday for the legislation to claim its first victim. The case involves a female customer of local ISP Telecom...
- Posted 113 days ago
Music Biz Wants To Swap ISP Disconnections For Cash Fines
For the last decade entertainment companies around the world have grappled with the problem of unauthorized file-sharing. They’ve tried shutting down sites, taking people to court, lobbying, bullying, and combinations of all of the above. What the...
- Posted 115 days ago
Police Warn Internet Users Not To Pay Fines To File-Sharing Fraudsters
In many countries around the world, especially the United States, Germany and the UK, hundreds of thousands of Internet users have received letters from rightsholders demanding cash settlements to make supposed copyright lawsuits go away. The cases...
- Posted 278 days ago