This article gives us the specific idea of the property crime unit and it specifies which companies or industries are helping and supporting this unit. I believe this is a credible article since I found it in one of the webpages provided by my course director. I also researched about this and I found out that this creation of a new unit is true. This is a formal written article so I could not find pros and cons about it, I think it does not pick a side referring to this unit, which I believe is good for the music industry, it just talks about it. In my opinion, this is a short but interesting article, it is also very detailed and it helps the reader to understand it clearly.
Websites illegally hosting copyrighted content have been targeted by City of London Police. In an operation run by the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU), 61 websites were identified as displaying unauthorised material. They were asked to "correct their behaviour" and "operate legitimately".
This article refers to some work that the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has made so far. I rescooped this article since it supports my topic about this unit and it also shows that the unit is working. This is a short but interesting article because it reports this new about the sites that the unit has cracked down so far.
City of London unveils intellectual property crime fighting unit following arrests The Drum The City of London Police has launched a unit dedicated to fighting intellectual property crime and cracking down on copyright theft in the UK.
This is a news article and it specifies how the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit is working so far. It detailed about some arrests that this unit has made and exactly why these people were arrested. This is a short article but it supported my main topic, so I rescooped it.
British police are conducting an aggressive anti file-sharing campaign and have asked several registrars to remove the domains for torrent sites. The London police department recently launched its Intellectual Property Crime Unit, and it has already begun an aggressive campaign against file sharing. One of it s first orders of business has been to order registrars [...]The post UK Police orders suspension of torrent domains appeared first on VR-Zone.
This article refers to some work that the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has made. It reports one of their first orders which was the suspension of some torrent domains. It specifies which torrents lost their domain, which sites were shut down, and why this happened.
Raft of measures announced by business secretary Vince Cable to tackle copyright infringement. By Josh Halliday (#Londen krijgt een speciale 'intellectual property crime unit'. Is dat genoeg om downloaders bang te maken?
This article clearly supports the main topic, it also refers to the new property crime unit as a good idea to tackle copyright infringement. This is a news article, reporting what some important people think about this new unit, which companies, units and industries will support this idea, and how it will benefit the digital copyrights.
The Guardian Police intellectual property crime unit makes first arrests The Guardian A new police unit to tackle illegal downloads and counterfeit DVDs and CDs has carried out its first raids and arrested two men.
This article also talks about the first arrests that the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has made. It also reports some quotes of the police about these arrests that is very important because the article seems to be more credible.
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