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2 hours ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
To what degree should Internet services be shielded from liability for the copyright infringements of their users? With the NAFTA negotiations underway this has become a hot topic once again. Content industry groups believe that these safe harbors should be tightened, while Internet law experts and advocacy groups want to expand US-style safe harbors to Mexico and Canada. Source: TF, for the lates

11 hours ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
Denuvo, the company behind the world's most famous video game anti-piracy system, has been sold. The buyer is global anti-piracy outfit Irdeto, which specializes in protecting all kinds of content, with an emphasis on the audio-visual sector. The news comes a day after Denuvo's latest protection was defeated by pirates after a couple of months in the wild. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyri

13 hours ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
The Motion Picture Distributors’ Association, which represents the major Hollywood studios in New Zealand, says that there is "nothing" that can be done to tackle piracy other than site-blocking. Noting the local popularity of The Pirate Bay, MPDA is placing faith in government to pass the necessary legislation. Meanwhile, so-called "Kodi-boxes" are cited as a rising threat. Source: TF, for the

1 day ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
In a new campaign video, several Members of the European Parliament warn that the EU's proposed mandatory upload filters pose a threat to freedom of speech. The new filters would function as “censorship machines” which are "completely disproportionate," they say. The MEPs encourage the public to speak up, while they still can. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent

1 day ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
Marvel's Thor Ragnarok was due it be released digitally on February 19th. However, some kind of blunder at Apple means that people using MoviesAnywhere and Vudu were offered it for immediate download via iTunes. Copies are now all over the Internet and getting pirated at a furious rate. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN discounts,

1 day ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'The Shape of Water' tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Thor Ragnarok'. 'Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle' completes the top three. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN discounts, offers and coupons

2 days ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
Kim Dotcom is seeking billions of dollars in damages from the New Zealand Government over an invalid arrest warrant. The entrepreneur accuses the authorities of negligence and misfeasance, which resulted in the destruction of the highly profitable Megaupload service. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN discounts, offers and coupons

2 days ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
In general terms, Finland was targeted by copyright trolls fairly late in the day, during 2013. But according to information compiled by an NGO activist, they're certainly making up for lost time. Since December 2013, the Market Court has ordered local ISPs to hand over the personal details of more than 200,000 Internet users, so that copyright trolls can pursue them for cash settlements. Source:

3 days ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
Every year the US Government pinpoints some of the largest piracy websites and other copyright-infringing venues. The USTR calls on foreign countries to take appropriate action in response, but not all are convinced of the objectivity of the "notorious markets" list. China's commerce ministry, for one, notes that the US claims lack conclusive evidence and relevant data. Source: TF, for the latest

3 days ago (via feed.torrentfreak.com)
Police have raided a pirate streaming TV service in Poland and arrested three men aged 30, 42 and 57. Authorities say that the provider initially offered accounts for free, then shifted customers onto subscription packages which generated the operators around 840,000 euros. A dozen computers, nine servers, decoders, and more than 60 storage devices were seized. Source: TF, for the latest info on c




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