ISPs and rights holders quietly ditch three-strikes piracy scheme news 2016-05-28 0 Comments Rights holders and ISPs have agreed on one thing: That they can’t agree on costs. Week in Tech, AU Edition May 26, 2016 ISPs and rights holders quietly ditch three-strikes piracy scheme Rights holders and ISPs have agreed on one thing: That they can’t agree on costs for implementing an copyright notice scheme, and that the anti-piracy measures should be officially canned. See this Lost our Census: Why the biggest hit to privacy this year is all about you See this Tinder breaking down barriers in India, one swipe at a time See this What I don’t want to say about Overwatch See this Sharpen your shivs: There’s plenty coming to streaming this June See this ‘Less Surface, more service’: Girt by CNET podcast 74 See this Windows Phone market share falls below 1 percent See this Ice on Mars: The Red Planet is going through an Ice Age See this PayPal co-founder admits backing Hulk Hogan’s case against Gawker See this FROM TECHREPUBLIC Securing Productivity in the Borderless Enterprise As companies increasingly look to transform their businesses with mobility, they need to consider the core management and security that will… Read more Trouble viewing this email? View online. The email address for this newsletter is email@example.com. To update your account, please visit our Newsletter subscription center. Unsubscribe / Help / Privacy 2016 CBS Interactive Inc.All rights reserved. CBS Interactive 235 Second Street San Francisco, CA 94105 U.S.A.