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ExtraTorrent.cc > Articles > Russian Pirates Received a Final Warning

Russian Pirates Received a Final Warning

Russian Pirates Received a Final Warning

Added: Tuesday, May 5th, 2015
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Current Events
Tags:ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.extratorrent.cc, 2015
Russian government issued “a final warning” for people operating illegal websites. The local copyright legislation was amended again to not just protect more content, but also enable authorities to permanently block websites making copyrighted content available.

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Following massive pressure from the copyright owners all over the world, a couple years ago Russia started taking attempts to improve its reputation of the highly pirated nation. Back in 2013, a new IP law was introduced in the country, which outlined a mechanism to block the sites by intermediaries if those failed to comply with takedown notices within 3 days.

Over the first year, preliminary interim injunctions were imposed against 175 websites, but only 12 file-sharing domains were blocked. Now the law was further amended – from May 2015, it will cover not only video? but all multimedia content (except pictures).

Under the amended law, the intermediaries (Internet service providers and webhosts) can be ordered to permanently block sites that continually make unauthorized content available online.

Russian authorities officially explained the legislation’s reach, saying that the law enables to block access to online services providing access to copyright-infringing videos, TV shows and from May 1 – to music, books and software as well. The upgraded law also states that the systematic violation of intellectual property rights will lead to permanent blockage of the infringing portals.

The operators of torrent and other file-sharing websites received a particular notice. The authorities warned they have until May 1 to enter into constructive dialogue with copyright owners who are open to cooperation. The authorities underline that the common goal of the industry is to ensure that all copyright works are adequately rewarded and successful books, music and software bring profits to their creators, and not the pirates. If the website operators fail to start a legal business, the response of the government will become quite obvious.

In the meantime, the industry observers note that the first attempt of the country at website blocking legislation didn’t produce any apocalyptic conclusion. Now we’ll see how these latest amendments work out for Russian file-sharing sites.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.

Posted by:  SuperAdmin
Date:  Tuesday, May 5th, 2015



Comments (14) (please add your comment »)

1
posted by (2015-05-05 05:26:21)
shivababa avatarNo wonder Ukraine wants independence.

BKWSU

2
posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendET lovermen (2015-05-05 06:35:17)
Zohaib avatarno possible cant someone stop it ... Long Live Piracy

3
posted by Site FriendET loverSupermanSunTurtle (2015-05-05 11:17:12)
Soup avatarAnything is possible when it comes to the Russians. Simply because they don't really give a crap what anyone thinks of them. A Big bear is stirring in it's sleep......

4
posted by (2015-05-05 16:30:20)
No avataromg is this the start of end of piracy???

5
posted by Vip MemberBitcoin Master (2015-05-05 16:54:59)
wchouser3 avatarthey'll never take us alive!

6
posted by Trusted UploaderSupermanKitty (2015-05-05 20:54:00)
mdemeo73 avatarWhat the Russia is in bad situation. We should pray to come back again.

7
posted by (2015-05-06 01:47:53)
No avatarRussian hackers have more computer skills than the government. I'm pretty sure they will survive.

8
posted by (2015-05-06 07:17:03)
brianic2012 avatarI would Risk Them Sending Me To The GULAG .. as long as can see The Rest of Game Of Thrones Season 5 First!

9
posted by (2015-05-06 10:36:46)
johnmc963 avatarThey claimed the end of piracy was upon us back in the early 2000's with the end of napster and kazaa. The government even announced the end on TV news broadcasts. Welp its been 15 years and its not dead yet in USA.

10
posted by (2015-05-07 20:27:20)
ripe avatarI hate this propaganda against Russia. Who is trying to concure the world? Look west. Little of topic this message but anyway.

11
posted by (2015-05-08 17:12:04)
colwobs avatarSame as johnmc963 says really.
I logged on with BT this week and my isp flashes up this big page on ET, KAT and piratebay saying that I couldn't use these sites because of new UK laws so I change my server, use Epic browser and now can look at what I want, when I want, where I want. There will always be people smart enough to make piracy available. Why not spend some of this energy and money by stopping online scams and phishing emails....

12
posted by Trusted UploaderSite FriendET loverSupermanmen (2015-05-08 18:03:09)
analogkid6103 avatarLike a chess/propaganda game move/counter ect. and on it goes

13
posted by (2015-05-08 20:00:53)
rathtain avatarI had no idea that Putin was the MPAA's Bitch.

14
posted by (2015-05-10 14:23:01)
jonny_boi avatarlong live piracy in the uk



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