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On January 26, 2015 By Wayman Stodart January 26, 2015
After a startling revelation on the first day, the trial of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged Dread Pirate Roberts continues this week. On day one of the trial, Ulbricht’s defense attorney conceded that yes, Ross Ulbricht did indeed start the notorious Silk Road market.
Silk Road was intended to be, as portrayed by Ulbricht’s defense counsel, [...]Continue Reading →
On September 17, 2014 By Wayman Stodart September 14, 2014
Late last month, a Wolverhampton judge in the United Kingdom sentenced a man to 33 months in jail for distributing a pirated copy of Fast and Furious 6. Phillip Danks covertly recorded the movie from his seat in the back of the theater, and then posted his recording online under [...]Continue Reading →
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