Month

June 2017
Photo: dailymail.co.uk New York Supreme Court has decided that U.S. Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin (who is also American banker, film producer, and former hedge fund manager) is completely clear of a fraud lawsuit that he was dragged into as a result of his business partnership with Relativity Media. In 2015 RKA Film Financing sued...
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Companies all over the world are having troubles recovering after a powerful cyberattack that happened just a day ago. The virus was linked to the malware called Petrwrap or Petya, and it used an “exploit” developed by the U.S. National Security Agency. It is the second massive attack in the past two months that used...
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Photo: Billboard One of the American Idol’s primary producers has settled a big lawsuit with Phillip Phillips, season 11 winner, The Hollywood Reporter report. In January 2015, Phillip had filed a petition with the California Labor Commissioner saying that 19 Entertainment and its connected companies had “manipulated” him into accepting jobs that were of benefit...
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Warner Bros are being sued for their horror movie franchise The Conjuring because Gerald Brittle says the movie infringes on his 1980 book The Demonologist, which tells the stories of Ed and Lorraine Warren. Brittle and other skeptics believe that the Warrens’ case files about paranormal and supernatural activity are faked but as Warner Bros previously said that The Conjuring and...
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The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has decided that BitTorrent project “The Pirate Bay” (one of the biggest piracy websites on the Internet) is continuously infringing copyright, in a move that could prompt ISPs and governments blocking access to other BitTorrent websites all over Europe. The decision comes following a seven-year fight in court, which...
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