Articles in category 'Ridiculous Criminal Trials'
US Wants KickassTorrents Operator Extradition The United States has just sent notice to Polish authorities informing them that it wants to extradite 30-year-old Artyom Vaulin, the alleged operator of Hackers Targeting CIA Director Showed up in Court Two hackers accused of breaching the personal email and phone accounts of senior US government officials, including the CIA director and homeland security secretary, Advertising Network Claimed It Was not Responsible for Pirate Sites JuicyAds has told a court that it can’t be held liable for pirate websites using its service to generate revenue. This is the first case where an advertising company stands accused of aiding pirate websites. However, Torrent Site Operator, Moderator and Users Sentenced to Jail A year ago, a 4-month investigation led to arrest of people connected to the public torrent site OMGTorrent. The site had allegedly offered more than 10,000 pirated movies. OMGTorrent was founded Western Australia Will Criminalize Revenge Porn The law proposed by Western Australian government contains 2-year jail term for anyone who cyber-stalks or posts revenge porn online in order to blackmail or humiliate their current or former partner. The restraining orders and related Copyright Trolls Threaten Students with Loss of Scholarships and Deportation According to the University of Manitoba’s copyright office, some piracy notices warn students that they could lose their scholarships or even be deported if they fail to pay a fine. It is known that mainly US-based copyright owners Android App Pirate Sentenced to 46 Months 4 years ago, the FBI carried out an operation targeting pirate Android app marketplaces. As part of the operation, pirate app stores’ domains were seized, and their operators were arrested. ISPs Protest Their Piracy Liability in Court A number of ISPs, including RCN and Windstream, are trying to obtain a declaratory judgment on their potential liability for pirating subscribers. At the same time, music rights group BMG says Non-Commercial Hyperlinking Is not Copyright Infringement in EU The European Court of Justice has just explained when hyperlinking to infringing works is a “communication to the public” and constitutes copyright infringement. In short words, Russian Blogger Arrested for Playing Pokémon Go in Church Added: Thursday, September 8th, 2016
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Ridiculous Criminal Trials
Tags: ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.extratorrent.cc, 2016
Just another Pussy Riot-style story: Ruslan Sokolovsky, a prominent YouTube blogger, was filmed catching Pokémon in the Church of All Saints in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg, and now faces 5 years in jail. The mayor of the city called the arrest a “disgrace”
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