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Where P2P/Copyright News Breaks First
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Looming Net Neutrality Repeal Sparks BitTorrent Throttling Fears

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Google & Apple Order Telegram to Nuke Channel Over Taylor Swift Piracy

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Sci-Hub Loses Domain Names, But Remains Resilient - While Sci-Hub is praised by thousands of researchers and academics around the world, copyright holders are doing everything in their power to wipe the site from the web. Following a $15 million defeat against Elsevier in June, the American Chemical Society won a default judgment of $4.8 million in copyright damages earlier this month. The publisher was further granted a broad injunction, requiring various third-party services to stop provi...

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Game of Thrones Leaks “Carried Out By Former Iranian Military Hacker”

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Google Wipes 786 Pirate Sites From Search Results - Late July, President Vladimir Putin signed a new law which requires local telecoms watchdog Rozcomnadzor to maintain a list of banned domains while identifying sites, services, and software that provide access to them. Rozcomnadzor is required to contact the operators of such services with a request for them to block banned resources. If they do not, then they themselves will become blocked. In addition, search engines are also required to...

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170 ‘Pirate’ IPTV Vendors Throw in the Towel Facing Legal Pressure

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UK Government Publishes Advice on ‘Illicit Streaming Devices’

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Kodi-Addon Developer Launches Fundraiser to Fight “Copyright Bullies”

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Kodi Addon Dev Says “Show of Force” Will Be Met With Defiance

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Danes Deploy ‘Disruption Machine’ to Curb Online Piracy - Over the years copyright holders have tried a multitude of measures to curb copyright infringement, with varying levels of success. By now it’s well known that blocking or even shutting down a pirate site doesn’t help much. As long as there are alternatives, people will simply continue to download or stream elsewhere. Increasingly, major entertainment industry companies are calling for a broader and more coordinated response. They wo...
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