The Ukrainian most popular file-sharing site Ex.ua has been shut down by Ukrainian police with immediate effect.
In 2010, Russian authorities seized the domain of the country’s biggest BitTorrent tracker, Torrents.ru, in copyright related action. Now, just over a year later, police have swooped on its sister site, Pornolab – Russia’s biggest porn tracker – and seized its servers. With the recent demise of two other huge adult trackers, it’s possible that Pornolab was the largest adult torrent site in the world.
Yulia Tymoshenko, former prime minister and current leader of the Batkivschyna All-Ukrainian Association party calls understated the price at which the State Property Fund sold 92.79% of shares in Ukrtelecom, she has told a news conference.
President Viktor Yanukovych has instructed the Cabinet of Ministers and the Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) to develop and submit proposals for creating a national integrated system of counteraction to cybercrime to the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) by February 11, 2011, president’s decree No. 1119 of December 10 declares.
The National Television and Radio Broadcasting Council annulled the licences for broadcast frequencies issued at the January 27 competition, obeying an award by the Kyiv administrative court of appeals of August 30
The Security Service of Ukraine (SBU) has filed a criminal case against the Odesa-based Intertelecom company, an operator of fixed-line telephone in the CDMA standard, on suspicion of smuggling telecommunications equipment.
Ukraine mobile operators oppose universal service fund plan
The state-owned enterprise Ukrainian State Center for Radio Frequencies (Ukrchastotnadzor) cautions against buying iPhone 4 mobile devices in the Ukrainian retail chain, reads a statement made by the Ukrchastotnadzor press service.
Ukraine’s Antimonopoly Committee (AMC) will decide within a month on whether the merger of Russia’s OAO VimpelCom and Ukraine’s CJSC Kyivstar GSM into Vimpelcom Ltd. Holding is in line with Ukraine’s national competition legislation, AMC Chairman Oleksiy Kostusev has said.
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