Facebook Blocking Stories About Richard O'Dwyer's Fight Against Extradition To The US
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Richard O'Dwyer to Return With New Movie/TV Streaming Portal

torrentfreak.com
In 2011, Richard O’Dwyer was arrested by UK police for running TVShack, a site that listed user-submitted links to TV-show streams. The arrest was followed by an extradition battle with the U.S. Government which ended a few months ago. Richard was granted amnesty after he signed an agreement to pay...
Richard O'Dwyer to Return With New Movie/TV Streaming Portal

Tweaky's online marketplace for minor website fixes reaches profitability nine months after launch

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Tweaky, an online marketplace where people can have small parts of their website designed, built or fixed for incremental fees, has reached profitability after launching nine months ago. Seeing that all-important plus symbol appear on the balance sheet is a monumental milestone for any fledgling technology startup, as it proves...
Tweaky's online marketplace for minor website fixes reaches profitability nine months after launch
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Bollywood No Longer Worrying About Piracy As Studios Keep Setting New Records At The Box Office

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For years, India was held up as a country that just didn't respect copyright law at all. We'd heard the stories about how widespread piracy was for all kinds of content. However, as we'd seen elsewhere, the claims that piracy was somehow "killing" the industry didn't really hold up under...
Bollywood No Longer Worrying About Piracy As Studios Keep Setting New Records At The Box Office

Tweaky takes its website-update marketplace out of beta with the addition of pre-packaged services

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Website customization marketplace Tweaky has launched publicly and is making its service available for $39 per project. It feels that after spending time proving the model, building up marketing and establishing its price point, it’s ready to meet the world. In celebration of this occasion, the company is also announcing...
Tweaky takes its website-update marketplace out of beta with the addition of pre-packaged services

Nearstream merges with LoopFuse, turning social media chatter into sales leads

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Seattle startup Nearstream has merged with Atlanta-based LoopFuse, creating a new organization that’s designed to help companies mine Facebook, Twitter and other social media channels for sales leads. The company will be based in Seattle, led by Nearstream CEO and former Gist executive Robert Pease and Nearstream CTO and former MessageGate...
Nearstream merges with LoopFuse, turning social media chatter into sales leads

Richard O'Dwyer Piracy Extradition Battle Ended in New York Court

torrentfreak.com
In 2011, Richard O’Dwyer was arrested by police in the UK for his part in the operations of TVShack, a site that listed user-submitted links to TV-shows. Ever since the student and his mother, Julia, have been fighting an extradition battle to the U.S., where authorities wanted him put on...
Richard O'Dwyer Piracy Extradition Battle Ended in New York Court

Richard O'Dwyer's two-year extradition ordeal ends in New York

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TVShack founder avoids prosecution under copyright laws and says: 'It is a pity the UK government didn't try and resolve this'A British student's two-year fight to avoid extradition to the US ended in less than five minutes on Thursday, when Richard O'Dwyer signed an agreement in a New York court...
Richard O'Dwyer's two-year extradition ordeal ends in New York

Last week, we wrote about how student Richard O'Dwyer cut a

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Last week, we wrote about how student Richard O'Dwyer cut a deal with the feds to end the extradition attempt and criminal charges against him for running TVShack.net, a links site similar to other UK sites that had already been deemed legal. We noted that as a part of this...
Last week, we wrote about how student Richard O'Dwyer cut a

How Richard O'Dwyer's love of films led to two-year struggle for liberty

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The student set up a link-sharing website and found himself in the middle of an extradition battle between the US and UKFor Richard O'Dwyer, the extradition battle to decide his fate started with a knock on the door of his student room at dawn on a chill November morning in...
How Richard O'Dwyer's love of films led to two-year struggle for liberty
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