Articles by tag 'BitTorrent'
Google Removed More Movie Pirate Websites from Search Results Google continues to address the problem of illegal file-sharing by removing more and more movie pirate sites from its search results. Now streaming portals 123movies and Fmovies, both accounting for millions of visitors, disappeared from the results, along with the popular converter platform YouTube-MP3. KickassTorrents Operator Transferred from Prison to Hospital Alleged KickassTorrents owner Artyom Vaulin is facing severe health issues and was transferred from prison to a hospital in Poland. Its representatives admit that he can receive proper care now, but his overall conditions are not so ideal. Artyom is being guarded by 4 officers day and night and is handcuffed to his bed at night. Facebook Copied Another Snapchat Feature Added: Sunday, December 11th, 2016
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags: ISP, Download, BitTorrent, MPAA, RIAA, copyright-infringement, file-sharing, Torrenting
Facebook has long been seen trying to copy various Snapchat features. For example, it made 2 clones of Snapchat Stories, 2 attempted acquisitions, 4 standalone apps, 2 ephemeral messaging implementations, and 3 new cameras with AR lenses. Australia Launched Campaign to Oppose Fair Use Australian celebrities decided to prevent proposed changes to copyright legislation and the introduction of a "fair use" approach. Although the country currently has a "fair dealing" provision, the anti-piracy group APRA AMCOS Music Labels Sued ISPs over The Pirate Bay Blocking, Again Last year, the entertainment industry lost a court case demanding an ISP blockade of the largest BitTorrent provider in Sweden. Now a number of music labels and a movie studio are back in a brand new court, with yet another ISP trying Usenet Provider Was Cleared of Piracy Charges The appeals court has finally ruled on the case between the Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN and Usenet provider NSE, saying that the Usenet provider cannot be liable for infringements of its users, Supreme Court Sided with Samsung in Its Dispute with Apple The US supreme court sided with the Korean smartphone maker in its patent fight with Apple and reversed an appeals court decision that Samsung had to pay a $399m penalty to Apple for copying iPhone designs. Tech Giants Teamed up to Tackle Extremist Content Online Microsoft, Google, Facebook and Twitter will cooperate to detect and remove extremist content on their platforms via an information-sharing initiative. They agreed to create a shared database of unique digital fingerprints for images and videos promoting terrorism. After one company has detected and deleted such content, Falsely Accused Pirate Will Be Compensated The court ruled in favor of a wrongfully accused individual, who was sued for allegedly downloading a pirated copy of the Hollywood movie. The judge said that the man is entitled to more than $17,000 in compensation because of the moviemakers’ overaggressive and unreasonable tactics widely known as “copyright trolling”. Free Legitimate TV-Show Streams Disrupt Online Sales According to recent research, online piracy is not the only problem of TV distributors, since free legal streams can also hurt online sales.
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