Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: iiNet loses piracy case against Dallas Buyers Club, get a free sample of dog shampoo from PINCHme, the best images from Sunday's blood moon eclipse.
- Bad news, movie pirates: the Federal Court has ordered several Australian internet service providers to hand over the identities of customers suspected of illegally sharing the movie Dallas Buyers Club. The ISPs named in the ruling include iNet, Dodo, Internode, Amnet Broadband and Adam Internet and could potentially see thousands of Australian customers slapped with legal notices from the studio behind the movie.
- PINCHme is one of those marketing firms that give out free samples of products in exchange for customer feedback. This month's freebie include Paw by Blackmores Classic Care Dog Shampoo and two varieties of Purina Cat Food. Click here to claim your sample.
- If you missed Saturday’s lunar eclipse — the last one until 2018 — Gizmodo has you covered! People from across Australia were able to capture the event in stunning detail. Here are some of their best efforts.
- Westpac's fingerprint sign-in for online baking is now available for iPad customers. This allows Westpac customers to use the iPad's Touch ID sensor to securely access their bank accounts. Get the new app here.