music

Tue
31
Jan
John Lister's picture

Internet Piracy Warning Program Ditched

A controversial program of warning letters for suspected copyright infringers has been dropped. The organization behind it says it was a successful education program but critics say it failed to have much impact. The "Copyright Alert System" was set ... up by the Center for Copyright Information, made up of the main producers of TV shows, movies and music in the US. It struck a deal in 2013 with the five largest Internet providers to send up to six warnings to customers after the copyright holders made a complaint of alleged infringement. The precise format was up to the Internet firm, ... (view more)

Mon
11
Jan
Dennis Faas's picture

How to: View, Create Libraries in Windows 10

Infopackets Reader Tim G. writes: " Dear Dennis, Since I upgraded to Windows 10, I cannot find how to view or create Libraries. Previously I was using Windows 7 and used Libraries extensively to sort my files. Can you help? " My response: The ... Libraries feature in Windows 10 is somewhat hidden, but you can make it viewable if you do the following: Click Start and then click This PC. A Windows File Explorer window will open; at the top left of the screen you will see the following tabs: File, Computer, and View. Click the View tab. The first option is Navigation Pane; click that, and then click ... (view more)

Thu
27
Nov
Brandon Dimmel's picture

Megaupload Founder Insists He's Broke, Defenseless

It's been less than a year since Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom appeared on CBS to discuss his controversial file-sharing business and show off a sprawling, 60-acre estate located just outside beautiful Auckland, New Zealand. Now, it appears that ... after a three-year legal fight, things could be coming to an end. Dotcom says he has lost everything in an attempt to defend himself against accusations of copyright infringement. With over 50 million visitors a day, Megaupload was one of the biggest file-sharing services established on the Internet. It's estimated that Megaupload at one time ... (view more)

Tue
03
Sep
Dennis Faas's picture

'Windows UAC Manager 2.0', and 'Freemake Music Box 1.0.0.1'

Windows UAC Manager 2.0 Take control of the Windows User Account Control (UAC) feature on your Windows machine with Windows UAC Manager. This program automatically checks for the status of your UAC and then suggests a function (disable or enable). ... http://securityxploded.com Freemake Music Box 1.0.0.1 This free and versatile multimedia player is packed with useful features. It's a streaming music player, a lightweight audio player, and an organization and search tool all in one handy little package. Check out the intro video to learn more. http://www.freemake.com This freeware software program ... (view more)

Mon
25
Feb
Dennis Faas's picture

RIAA: Google Guilty of Piracy Apathy

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), a trade organization which represents the interests of U.S. recording industry distributors, says that Google isn't doing enough to prevent copyright infringement and piracy. In a recent report, ... the RIAA claims that Google has done very little to prevent people from pirating music -- despite the fact that the search giant promised to focus significant attention on discouraging piracy roughly six months ago. RIAA: Promises Remain Unfulfilled And while RIAA lawyer Steven M. Marks says that the RIAA does "recognize and appreciate that Google ... (view more)

Thu
24
Jan
Dennis Faas's picture

'Clementine Music Player 1.1.1', and 'Ad-Blocker for Gmail 2.8.1'

Clementine Music Player 1.1.1 Clementine is an absolutely free-to-use music player software for Windows computers. It features a comprehensive -- and easily comprehensible -- user interface that makes navigating your music library and playing ... whatever audio files you want extremely easy. You can download the latest version (1.1.1) and try it from the link below. http://www.clementine-player.org Ad-Blocker for Gmail 2.8.1 Gmail is a free and very popular web-based email program for Windows computers. However, it presents its users with a lot of advertisements. If that bothers you, check out ... (view more)

Mon
26
Nov
Dennis Faas's picture

Ashampoo Burning Studio 12 Review

News Flash May 7, 2013: Spring has sprung, and here at Infopackets we're cleaning up on some great savings. Act now and save a sizzling 40% to 70% off Ashampoo's flagship software, Burning Studio 12 -- both full and upgrade versions! The offer is ... good only until May 22, 2013, so don't delay. To help you decide, we've compiled a full review of Burning Studio 12, with links to this great discount offer you'll find at the bottom of the page . Don't forget: proceeds if this sale support our website, staff, and writers. We appreciate your support! Confusion Now Eliminated; Burning Discs Made Easy ... (view more)

Fri
27
Jul
Dennis Faas's picture

'Three Strikes' Policy Targets Illegal File-Sharing

Authorities in New Zealand are currently testing a new "three strikes" policy designed to reduce copyright infringement. It's not yet clear, however, if the idea is having a significant deterrent effect on illegal file-sharing. The 'test' policy is ... based on the idea that a customer deserves two warnings about his or her alleged infringements, and then can face serious consequences for a third instance of illegal activity. In New Zealand, a law introduced last year allows a copyright holder to take a three-time infringer to a special tribunal where they can be fined as much as NZ $15,000 ( ... (view more)

Wed
25
Apr
Dennis Faas's picture

Ashampoo Burning Studio 11 Review

Note from Dennis: The newest version of the most popular CD, DVD and Blu-ray disc burning or writing software is now available! At the end of the review, we're offering an amazing 40-80% discount for Infopackets readers (offer expires Aug 20 @ ... 11:59PM EST). If you already own an older version of Burning Studio and want to purchase version 11 at a discount, you can click here to go straight to the offer . Otherwise, continue reading below. -- Are you confused by the complexities of creating a CD, DVD or Blu-ray on your computer or laptop? Do you wish you just could tell the computer what you ... (view more)

Fri
03
Feb
Dennis Faas's picture

Why Neil Young Wants an Alternative to MP3s

Legendary rock musician Neil Young intends to release a digital music player and service, claiming to offer better-quality music than Apple's iTunes or Amazon.com's digital download platform. Young, widely known for hits like "Old Man," "Rockin' in ... the Free World," and "Heart of Gold," says he originally worked on a similar project with Steve Jobs, former Apple chairman, but the experiment was sidetracked and shelved by the Cupertino, California firm. Compression Reduces Quality of Music Young says his goal is to offer a device that plays music of the highest quality. For those who aren't ... (view more)

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