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$0.5bn Copyright Claim Filed against Getty Images A few months ago, Getty Images sent one of the photographers a $120 settlement demand for using one of Getty Images’ pictures without permission. Although this is a routine procedure, things got really Google Removed Half Billion Pirate Links in 2016 Google was asked to remove over 500m allegedly infringing links from its search results in 2016 thus far, which is double the number of DMCA notices Microsoft Won’t Be Forced to Hand over Content Stored Abroad Privacy advocates have won: the US court has ruled that the US tech giants can’t be forced to turn over emails stored on its servers abroad. The court of appeals explained that the US law can’t 5% of UK Users Branded as “Hardcore Pirates” The local Intellectual Property Office has revealed that about 25% of all UK media consumers pirated at least once during a recent 3-month period. The same report showed that infringement of video content was up this year, but music has shown a significant decrease. Social Media Accounts of Google CEO Hacked Added: Thursday, June 30th, 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
Sundar Pichai has become the latest victim of hacking group OurMine Security. Security experts believe that the breach was available due to a vulnerability in URL shortening service Bitly. A few days ago, Google CEO’s Twitter posted the message: Tech Firms Automated Removal of Extremist Videos According to rumors, some of the most popular video sources have automated the removal of extremist content. This is considered a major step forward for tech firms that are striving to eradicate Piracy Monetization Firm Pressures ISPs to Hijack Subscribers’ Browsers Rightscorp, known well for its aggressive attempts to obtain settlements from allegedly pirating file-sharers, is urging ISPs to use its browser hijacking system. The group suggested to introduce a gradual approach where pirating Internet users eventually have to pay a fine to Level of Software Piracy Links to Intelligence The recent research has found that software piracy is directly linked to intelligence level in the country. The study covered over 100 countries and its findings show that software piracy rates are DMCA Requests to Google Quadruple in 2 Years Again and again the most popular search engine in the world is being overloaded with DMCA takedown notices from major copyright owners. Google has seen the number of requests from copyright owners quadruple over the past 2 years. This year alone, the company is projected to process more than a billion reported pirate links, DMCA Used to Censor and Expose a Blogger The DMCA is being used to uncover the identity of a critical blogger. A marketing firm obtained a subpoena directed at WordPress, saying that some blogger violates their copyrights by publishing images of its employees.
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