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US Does not Control the Internet's “Address Book” Anymore The part of the worldwide web managing the so-called “address book” is no longer controlled by a US organization but by an international group. This move led to heated pre-election rhetoric, mainly from US DMCA Notices Sent to Google Double in a Year The search giant somehow manages to cope with a continuous increase of DMCA notices from the rights owners who request to remove links to pirate websites from Google search results. Google currently processes Publisher Wants CloudFlare to Expose Pirate Websites Academic publisher Elsevier requires assistance from CloudFlare in the ongoing copyright infringement lawsuit against such “pirate” websites as Libgen, Sci-Hub, and Bookfi. Elsevier wants to get a subpoena against CloudFlare Anti-Piracy Groups Fabricate Takedown Notices Some companies were caught “making up” links that have never even existed in their takedown notices – perhaps in order to boost their own numbers. Help! I Got a Copyright Infringement Notice from ISP While Torrenting! Are you downloading songs, movies or TV shows?
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“No Mario's Sky” Game Renamed to “DMCA’s Sky” Nintendo continues to fight against fan-made games that mention its characters. In response, developers of one game have bitten back and rebranded their game as DMCA's Sky. Unfortunately, Warner Bros. Listed Its Own Website in Takedown Request Added: Wednesday, September 7th, 2016
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
Tags: ET, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.extratorrent.cc, 2016
The movie studio is never tired of trying to prevent its infringed content from showing up in search results, but recently it went as far as to asking Google to take down its own website, Germany Urged Facebook to Tackle Hateful Content Better The German interior minister claimed that Facebook should put more effort in removing racist and violent content from its service, after visiting the social media giant’s office in Berlin. ISPs Break EU Guidelines by Restricting Access to Adult Content UK ISPs that restrict user access to porn or block ads, even if customers opt in, could be doing so in violation of EU guidelines on net neutrality. Following pressure from the government, Indian ISPs Partner with a Torrent Site to Increase Speeds A number of Indian ISPs have found an interesting solution to the problem of the high load of BitTorrent transfers on their network. While easing the load, they also pleased their torrenting subscribers through cooperation with Torbox.net – a website offering a torrent search engine connecting Internet
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