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Google says anti-privacy effort has delivered $2 bn

Google said Wednesday its efforts to fight online piracy yielded $2 billion to copyright holders whose content is shown on YouTube.

Google says anti-privacy effort has delivered $2 bn
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Pirates attack Malaysian tanker in South China Sea

Pirates have attacked a Malaysian tanker and stolen the gas oil cargo before releasing it in the latest attack in Southeast Asian waters, officials said.

Pirates attack Malaysian tanker in South China Sea
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Pirates free Indonesia-bound Thai tanker after cargo theft

Pirates have released an Indonesian-bound Thai tanker after stealing its oil cargo, in the latest attack in Southeast Asian waters, the International Maritime Bureau said.

Pirates free Indonesia-bound Thai tanker after cargo theft
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Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia

Armed pirates boarded a Singapore-managed oil tanker in the Strait of Malacca, kidnapping three Indonesian crew and stealing some of the vessel's shipment of diesel fuel, the International Maritime Bureau said.

Pirates kidnap three on Singapore tanker off Malaysia
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Yemen upholds 10-year jail for 11 Somali pirates

An appeals court in the southern port of Aden upheld a 10-year jail term Sunday for 11 Somali pirates convicted of trying to hijack a ship in Yemeni waters.

Yemen upholds 10-year jail for 11 Somali pirates
France to allow armed guards on ships to ward off pirates: PM
France to allow armed guards on ships to ward off pirates: PM

France will authorise the deployment of armed guards on ships as part of anti-piracy measures, a move long sought by shipping companies, Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault said in an interview published Tuesday.

France to allow armed guards on ships to ward off pirates: PM
E. Africa pirates took up to $413 mn since 2005: study
E. Africa pirates took up to $413 mn since 2005: study

Horn of Africa pirates have raked in up to $413 million in ransom since 2005, with most of it used to finance "global scale" criminal operations.

E. Africa pirates took up to $413 mn since 2005: study
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US film, music industries roll out anti-piracy program

A new "copyright alert" system has begun rolling out this week in the United States in an effort to curb online piracy.

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US film, music industries roll out anti-piracy program
US judge labels anti-whaling group 'pirates'
US judge labels anti-whaling group 'pirates'

A US appeals court has labeled militant conservationist group Sea Shepherd as pirates, and cleared the way for Japanese whalers to pursue legal action against them.

US judge labels anti-whaling group 'pirates'
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Kostanay wages war against Internet pirates

The Justice Department of Kostanay oblast has shared its successful experience of countering Internet pirates.

Kostanay wages war against Internet pirates
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Tongan wreck may be pirate treasure ship: official

Divers in Tonga have discovered a shipwreck believed to be a pirate vessel that folklore says sank in the 19th century with a hold full of treasure, officials in the Pacific nation said Thursday.

Tongan wreck may be pirate treasure ship: official
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Kazakhstan users to lose computers for downloading pirate movies

A draft law propenalty penalty for downloading pirate movies and music from the Internet was submitted to Kazakhstan Parliament.

Kazakhstan users to lose computers for downloading pirate movies
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Every fourth Kazakhstan's computer-seller offers pirate software

Every fourth seller of computers in Kazakhstan checked during a Mystery Shopper program openly offers pirate software to customers.

Every fourth Kazakhstan's computer-seller offers pirate software
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