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YouTube Flooded with Fake Pirate Movies YouTube is again under pressure from the copyright owners, but this time with a quite unexpected claim. The video streaming service is under attack for allowing its users to upload Torrent Spam Forced Torrent Search Engine Shut Down BTDigg, a well-known torrent search engine, was offline for a few weeks. Now the site partially came to life and blamed spam torrents for the sudden shutdown. The operators of the site, which discovers new MegaUpload Will Relaunch in 2017 A few days ago, Kim Dotcom revealed that he was going to launch yet another cyberlocker. Now he reveals more details into the new service, and it seems that rather than a cold start, MegaUpload 2.0 will deploy the original MegaUpload user database. Kim Dotcom confirmed that a brand new Game of Thrones Pirates Targeted by Scammers ISPs around the globe are being bombarded with fake DMCA warnings and settlement demands. The scammers are pretending to represent various copyright owners, including HBO, MegaUpload founder Develops New Cyberlocker Kim Dotcom has announced that he is developing a brand new cloud storage platform, which could launch next January with a name that "will make people happy." At the moment, the entrepreneur has multiple legal cases underway in several jurisdictions: Scene Group Received Zero Donations A network of “pirate” release groups mostly sharing content among each other is referred to as The Scene. Money is rarely discussed there, but one of the groups has broken the rule and called for Bitcoin donations. However, the call went unnoticed so far. Perhaps, UK Tech Firms and Their Brexit Added: Thursday, June 30th, 2016
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, 2016
UK’s tech giants are trying to calm fears of consequences of the recent EU referendum. Earlier, some of the biggest tech start-ups in the country, like business data company DueDil and Movie Industry against Europe’s Geo Unblocking Plans MPAA is nervous about Europe's plans to limit geo-blocking, as they can "cause great harm" to the entertainment industry. The group warned that broad access to video content would result in fewer Researchers Broke EBook DRM A recent report dissected the BooXtream “Social DRM” eBook watermarks. The Institute for Biblio-Immunology tore down the privacy-busting system after publisher Verso refused to remove the DRM from Scammers Target ISPs with Fake DMCA Notices A new kind of phishing operation is targeting American ISPs and their subscribers. Scammers pretend to be anti-piracy tracking company IP-Echelon and various
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