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text 2016-11-22 17:40
"Besessen - Die anderen Bewohner" Roman - Psycho-Thriller - Taschenbuch und Ebook

Link zum Buch

 

Das Buch ist auf Wunsch mit Signatur auch direkt bei der Autorin erhältlich unter: www.christa-schyboll.de

 

 

Die spannende Lebensgeschichte einer multiplen Persönlichkeit

 

Silvio wird Zeuge der Ermordung seiner Eltern durch die Mafia. Der kleine Junge erleidet eine schwerwiegende Amnesie und bleibt ohne Kenntnis der eigenen Identität. In der Pubertät bricht bei dem musikalisch und mathematisch talentierten Jugendlichen das Krankheitsbild der multiplen Persönlichkeitsstörung aus. Es zeigen sich mehr und mehr abgespaltene Identitäten. Sie benutzen Geist, Seele und Körper des Jungen für ihre eigenen Zwecke und schrecken dabei auch vor Gewalt nicht zurück. Die gefährlichen Tumulte in den Innenwelten des Jugendlichen erfahren eine dramatische Beschleunigung, die auch für die erste zarte Liebe zu einer jungen Pianistin zu einer unkalkulierbaren Bedrohung wird. Silvio lässt sich mit seinen abgespaltenen Identitäten auf ein gefährliches Abenteuer ein ...

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text 2013-09-28 10:36
Mps attacked Google for failing to cut piracy sites

Source: http://www.kaboodle.com/reviews/google-attacked-by-mps-for-failing-to-cut-piracy-sites-from-its-search-results

 

Google is accused by MPs of jeopardising thousands of British jobs by failing to block websites providing illegal downloads of music and films.

 

In a scathing report, the Culture, Media and Sport select committee condemned the internet giant's “derisory” efforts to tackle online piracy and denounced its explanation for its inaction as “flimsy”.

 

It said the creative industries were worth £36bn a year to the British economy and employed 1.5m people, but warned that would be put at risk if they could not rely on tough intellectual property safeguards.

 

The industry estimates that piracy costs it £400m in lost revenues a year. More than one-third of films watched online are viewed unlawfully and £1bn-worth of music is illegally downloaded annually.

 

The committee reserved its strongest words for Google, accusing it of failing to explain why its search engine still directed people to websites flouting copyright rules and challenging it to remove more illegal sites or to demote them down lists of search results.

 

It criticised the company for its “evident reluctance to block infringing websites on the flimsy grounds that some operate under the cover of hosting some legal content”.

 

John Whittingdale, the committee's chairman, said: “The continuing promotion of illegal content through search engines is simply unacceptable and efforts to stop it have so far been derisory.

 

”There is no reason why they cannot demote and ultimately remove sites hosting large amounts of illegal material from search engine results.

 

“Google and others already work with international law enforcement to block for example child porn from search results and it has provided no coherent, responsible reason why it can't do the same for illegal, pirated content. Copyright infringement is a serious crime that threatens our economic future.”

 

UK Music, which represents artists, songwriters and record labels, condemned the promotion by search engines of illegal content as unacceptable.

Source: www.kaboodle.com/reviews/google-attacked-by-mps-for-failing-to-cut-piracy-sites-from-its-search-results
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text 2013-09-28 06:53
Google attacked by MPs for failing to cut piracy sites from its search results

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/google-attacked-by-mps-for-failing-to-cut-piracy-sites-from-its-search-results-8839707.html

 

Google is accused by MPs of jeopardising thousands of British jobs by failing to block websites providing illegal downloads of music and films.

 

In a scathing report, the Culture, Media and Sport select committee condemned the internet giant's “derisory” efforts to tackle online piracy and denounced its explanation for its inaction as “flimsy”.

 

It said the creative industries were worth £36bn a year to the British economy and employed 1.5m people, but warned that would be put at risk if they could not rely on tough intellectual property safeguards.

 

The industry estimates that piracy costs it £400m in lost revenues a year. More than one-third of films watched online are viewed unlawfully and £1bn-worth of music is illegally downloaded annually.

 

The committee reserved its strongest words for Google, accusing it of failing to explain why its search engine still directed people to websites flouting copyright rules and challenging it to remove more illegal sites or to demote them down lists of search results.

 

It criticised the company for its “evident reluctance to block infringing websites on the flimsy grounds that some operate under the cover of hosting some legal content”.

 

John Whittingdale, the committee's chairman, said: “The continuing promotion of illegal content through search engines is simply unacceptable and efforts to stop it have so far been derisory.

 

”There is no reason why they cannot demote and ultimately remove sites hosting large amounts of illegal material from search engine results.

 

“Google and others already work with international law enforcement to block for example child porn from search results and it has provided no coherent, responsible reason why it can't do the same for illegal, pirated content. Copyright infringement is a serious crime that threatens our economic future.”

 

UK Music, which represents artists, songwriters and record labels, condemned the promotion by search engines of illegal content as unacceptable.

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