CISA Supporters Use Sony Pictures Security Breach To Push Bill
Supporters will use anything to get this horrible bill passed...
Computer & Video Games Shutting Down
Future Publishing closing one of the oldest gaming publications in the world early next year.
Google and MPAA trade blows on piracy
And other tech and copyright-related insanity.
Don't call it DRM: what's Denuvo Anti-Tamper?
The forcefield that kept Dragon Age and Lords of the Fallen free from piracy - for a few weeks at least.
Shadowrun Returns to Kickstarter in January 2015
Details to be announced, apparently...
Republicans may have plan to save Internet providers from utility rules
Legislation would enforce net neutrality without reclassifying broadband.
Telltale's Game of Thrones and the thrill of choices amidst corruption
When it comes to narrative games, the word "choice" has an inexorable association...
Microsoft to Reveal Xbox VR Headset at E3 2015 - Report
Microsoft's rumored Fortazela concept.
Chris Roberts launching BAFTA LA Games Masterclass series
Cloud Imperium founder and CEO to give first in 2015 series of talks examining game development.
FBI: Sony hack was North Korea’s work
FBI points to North Korea as the culprit behind the hacking of Sony Pictures Entertainment.
Help Us Save Net Neutrality!
A recent proposal by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler would allow ISPs to charge content providers extra money for faster access to its customers. The proposal goes against everything that the Open Internet Order stands for. Wheeler believes that this is the solution to the FCC's loss in the D.C. Appeals Court to Verizon, but everyone who knows anything about Net Neutrality will tell you this is a huge step in the wrong direction. So what can all of us do about? We can use the tools provided by the ECA to let the FCC and lawmakers in D.C. know that we want them to halt the murder of net neutrality. You can get started at action.theeca.com right now!
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