TPB Prosecution Stalled More than 2 years ago, Swedish police seized dozens of servers believed to belong to The Pirate Bay. Although an investigation involving copyright crimes is still ongoing, not much progress has been made – meanwhile, the statute of limitations for several key crimes is expiring. Former Largest Torrent Site Shuts Down For Good Mininova was previously known as the largest BitTorrent website, but now it decided to cease its operations for good. Its forum will shut down next week, and the rest of the site will close its doors a month later. The site operators are proud of the role they played in the file-sharing history, All Oscars 2017 Winners Movies Are Available on ExtraTorrent
The cast and crew of "Moonlight" accept the best picture Oscar during the Academy Awards 2017. The winner was initially announced as "La La Land", but moments later it was revealed that there was a mistake and "Moonlight" had actually won. See full list of Oscar 2017 winners.
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Google Said Only 0.05% of Recent DMCA Notices Were Correct Google has recently submitted comments to a US Copyright Office consultation, giving the DMCA a vote of support, although stressing widespread abuse. The company had to admit that DMCA allows for innovation and agreements with copyright owners, Russia Drafts New Anti-Piracy Law Draft legislation has been passed to the Russian parliament that would force search engines to remove pirate websites from their search results. Company Leaked Oscar Screeners Settled with Movie Studio Warner Bros. has finally settled its case against an agency that “ran a pirate movie platform”. In fact, Innovative Artists ripped the Oscar nominee screeners and streamed them to associates via Google servers. As a result, movies ended up on torrent sites Copyright Trolling Continues in Sweden Back in 2016, Sweden was fighting off the wave of copyright trolls, and now a new one is about to hit the country with cash demands, involving British, German and Danish companies Scammers Sent “Piracy” Fines to Dutch Users Several Dutch Internet users have just received a letter in the mail that asks them to pay a "settlement" to avoid lawsuit over copyright infringement. iPhone 7 Plus May Follow the Fate of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Apple is currently investigating claims that an iPhone 7 Plus exploded due to battery issues. The problem was raised on Twitter, where users have published a video and photos of the damaged phone. How to Stop Government Agencies from Tracking Your Torrenting The proposed “three strikes” anti-piracy code for Australian internet service providers (ISPs) can be activated soon. Under the Copyright Notice Scheme code (PDF), residential Internet users that are found pirating content will be subject to a series of "escalating" warning notices from rights holders, sent via ISPs. The notices will warn users that they are infringing copyright, and that they will face legal action if they get three strikes recorded against their IP address -- that is, if they receive an Education, Warning and Final notice -- within a 12 month period. If a user gets three warning letters, or "strikes", in a 12-month period, ISPs will help copyright owners identify them for potential legal action after a hearing in a prescribed court. Up to 200,000 notices can be processed and sent each year. An industry code can be actiated in the middle of 2017
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