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Italian Court Overturned “Pirate” Site Blockade Kisstube.tv was blocked by Italian ISPs following mass court action against 150+ domains for embedding movies, some of them infringing, but hosted on other platforms. Now the Court of Appeal overturned the blockade referring to an EU ruling British ISPs Will Soon Start Sending Piracy Warnings A broad UK anti-piracy effort is expected to start in early 2017: copyright holders will ask Internet Service Providers to send email notifications to their customers whose connections are allegedly used to pirate content. French Music Torrent Tracker Taken down, but Clones Emerge It all began nine years ago, when the private music tracker OiNK was taken down, but one of its users decided to revive it through a new project dubbed What.cd. By 2016, the tracker accounted for more than Cyber Attack Left British Households without Internet Access Over 100,000 people in the United Kingdom could not access the Internet after ISPs were hit by a coordinated cyber attack. The move affected about a million European Tesco Bank Fraud Probably Involved Guesswork Academics believe that Tesco Bank fraudsters probably used an unsophisticated type of cyber attack exploiting “flaws” in the Visa card payment system to steal Spain Launched New Anti-Piracy Campaign Spain has announced a new initiative for fighting online and offline piracy: the government will establish a special prosecutor's office and enhance technological and human resources. The country also announced False DMCA Takedowns Punished by Court Three music labels were order to pay damages after issuing bogus DMCA notices which damaged an artist's reputation. A hip hop artist Jonathan Emile teamed up with Kendrick Lamar on a track, but Facebook Will Need to Invest in Cooperation with China Added: Thursday, December 1st, 2016
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags: ISP, Download, BitTorrent, MPAA, RIAA, copyright-infringement, file-sharing, Torrenting
Industry experts believe that the social network will need to invest in more than just censorship tools in order to lift a 7-year ban in China. The opinions were expressed after it became known last week that Facebook was developing software designed to suppress content. This move was widely seen as a prerequisite to ending the Chinese ban. Antigua and Barbuda Threatened US to Go to Piracy Antigua and Barbuda has long been disputing with the US over gambling services, and it seems that the issue has reached a critical point: the country wrote a letter to the WTO, threatening to lift San Francisco Public Transit System Was Hacked Intruders successfully infected and took over 2,000+ computers used to operate San Francisco’s public transport system. As a result, the Municipal Transportation Agency had to open the gates and allow passengers to ride for free
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