Articles in category 'Ridiculous Criminal Trials'
Kim Dotcom Wants to Live Stream His Extradition Hearing The MegaUpload founder wants to make his fight with the American government public by having his extradition appeal streamed live online. Of course, the US authorities are not happy about this suggestion, but New Zealand is Copyright Owners Send DMCA Requests for Non-Existent Torrents A number of copyright holders, including HBO and Paramount Pictures, send out takedown notices for non-existent torrent links, accusing websites of distributing recently released Another Music Uploader Settled with BREIN for €7,000 A well-known European anti-piracy group BREIN has tracked down an active file-sharer who uploaded pirated music in a dedicated Facebook group. The uploader agreed to pay a €7,000 Music Group Settled In-Flight Music Lawsuit Added: Thursday, August 18th, 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
Universal Music Group has settled a long-lasting lawsuit with an in-flight entertainment provider Global Eagle for more than $30m. The case was filed two years ago, accusing Global Eagle of willful infringement of thousands of artists' songs including those Kim Dotcom Keeps Fighting for His Assets MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom is going to seek a review of a federal court decision that again rejected his attempt to keep hold of millions of dollars in assets File-Hosting Service Lost Legal Battle with German Watchdog German music rights group GEMA has won the legal battle against a popular service Uploaded.net, with the Regional Court of Munich ruling that the file-hosting platform is liable for content shared by its users Facebook Will Bypass Adblockers Facebook will bypass adblockers on its desktop version. It must be said that Facebook and Google control almost 2/3 of the digital advertising market. However, they are not immune to the prevailing trend of using adblockers, KickassTorrents Founder Asked US to Drop the Case Artyom Vaulin, the alleged KickassTorrents owner, through his lawyer has asked the DoJ to drop the charges against him and release him from prison, arguing that he can't be held criminally liable for Interpol Searches for NinjaVideo Uploader It’s been 5 years after the American authorities took down the popular video piracy service NinjaVideo. However, one of the key defendants is still wanted. Usenet Uploader Paid €15,000 Settlement to BREIN Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN acts on behalf copyright holders. Its recent win is signing a €15,000 settlement with a prominent Usenet sharer, who uploaded over 18,000 music
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