|Microsoft and some other tech giants, including Google, Twitter, and Facebook, could face legal action, as Kim Dotcom, the now-famous founder of Megaupload, said he’s the owner of the two-factor..|
Softpedia 1 hour ago
|Kim Dotcom reminded us today that he can do more than run Mega and fight the system, namely sing. Some time ago, the Internet entrepreneur has released a new single from his upcoming album. While..|
Softpedia 12 hours ago
The Register 14 hours ago
|Following Twitter's recent introduction of a two-factor verification system, Dotcom claimed that he in fact invented the process and was awarded a patent for it.
ITProPortal 17 hours ago
|Kim Dotcom says he may take legal action against Twitter, Google and Facebook for infringing copyright on a security measure he invented.
The Age 23 hours agoAlso reported by •News24
|Infamous file-sharing kingpin Kim Dotcom claimed today he is the inventor of two-factor authentication, a method of securing online services.|
Wired 1 day ago
|Kim Dotcom claims to own the patent for two-step verification, password technology used by Google and Twitter, reports The Guardian.
Two-step verification is a means of logging in to a site with a..|
Business Insider 1 day ago
|Dotcom patent was invalidated in EU. He still wants to be paid for "invention."|
Ars Technica 1 day ago
|The controversial MegaUpload founder claims he holds the patent for two-factor authentication and all he wants from the tech companies is money for his defense. [Read more]
CNET News.com 1 day ago
|Owner of Mega and MegaUpload sites fighting US extradition says Google and others should help his defence fund in return for using his patent, but earlier filings cast doubt on claim
Kim Dotcom, the..|
guardian.co.uk 1 day ago