Month: June 2012

Picking The Right Vehicle Tracking System.

Find a reliable commercial fleet tracking for your business can prove to be quite a challenging task. You want to know that you are dealing with professionals as yourself. You don’t want to invest time, energy and money, implementing a solution only to find out in a few weeks you made a terrible decision entrusting your business in the hands of clueless people. gpstrackit.com offers a variety solution that tailor to all kinds of business needs, no matter if you are a small business owner or a large enterprise manager. We offer one of the best fleet tracking systems out there that can do everything you desire and then some more. It can be implemented on the dozen devices we offer, each made with professional care in mind. We have devices for all business sizes and needs. Whether you want to track the usage, location or routes of your employees’ official car or you want to track down a stolen vehicle – it is all easily done through our devices. The devices we offer suit all needs. Choosing one of the many vehicle tracking systems is a difficult task. After all, you are not in this field and all those abbreviations don’t mean anything to you.  We know you might get lost in all the information and models we offer. This is why we offer you assistance with anything...

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Madras High Court order Blocks torrent sites due to Copyright violation on the Tamil Movie ‘3’

In an effort to be protected against copyright violation, a film industry outfit known as Copyright Labs, has obtained a ‘John Doe’ injunction for the Tamil film ‘3’. This order, released by the Madras High Court, has made it mandatory for all internet service providers (ISPs) to block access to torrent websites such as The Pirate Bay and Torrent Reactor as well as video sites such as Vimeo, Dailymotion, Pastebin and Xmarks. However, what makes this move controversial is the fact that the Department of Electronics and Technology, and specifically its CERT-IN wing, did not issue any orders for the ISPs to block these websites as specified in the Madras Court order. Interestingly, the court order only names the 15 ISPs but does not specify the names of the websites that have to be blocked. When contacted by the Press, they made it clear that they were being compliant with court orders and did not wish to speak any further. This is not the first time that such action has taken place as Reliance Entertainment also obtained similar injunctions when its movies, Don 2 and Singham, were released. The injunction made sure that these sites were blocked for several days afterwards based on the assumption, as stated by Harish Ram, who obtained this injuction, that almost 30% of a film’s revenues are lot due to piracy within the first...

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