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YouTube Wants ‘Fraudulent” Copyright Claimant Kept in Class Action Lawsuit
When musician Maria Schneider launched a class action lawsuit against YouTube demanding access to Content ID, she did so with 'Pirate Monitor'. Due to this company's allegedly fraudulent actions, YouTube filed a counterclaim that the plaintiffs now want severed from the case. According to them, YouTube wants a "guilt-by-association weapon" to sully the class. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-27 03:08:17 READMORE
Rojadirecta Operator Faces Multi-Year Prison Sentence in Upcoming Trial
Popular sports streaming site Rojadirecta finds itself at the center of a criminal lawsuit in Spain. The prosecution seeks a four-year prison sentence for the operator and up to two years for five accomplices. Spanish football league LaLiga and Mediapro demand even higher sentences and also want six million euros in damages. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-26 16:32:51 READMORE
Tor Project Mounts Legal Challenge to Oppose Russian Blocking
After moves to block access to the Tor network, last month Russian authorities ordered the blocking of TorProject.org, the main domain of the privacy-focused anti-censorship tool Tor. With assistance from digital rights activists at Roskomsvoboda, Tor has now mounted a legal challenge to have the blocking reversed. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-26 03:37:18 READMORE
Google Drive Flags Text Files With “1” or “0” As Copyright Infringements
Google Drive is flagging text files that only contain a "1" or "0" as copyright infringements. These seemingly harmless bits are automatically targeted by the storage platform's filtering algorithm, apparently for a terms of service violation. As if that's not drastic enough, there is no option to challenge this arbitrary decision. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-25 16:55:32 READMORE
Movie Companies Use DMCA ‘Shortcut’ To Expose Alleged CenturyLink Pirates
Personal data and other records held by ISPs on their customers are highly sensitive and as such, can only be handed over to third parties when the law requires it. In movie piracy cases, judges often order this type of disclosure after consideration but in a new case involving CenturyLink customers, customer details could already be in the hands of some extremely litigious copyright holders. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-25 03:22:51 READMORE
RIAA Discards EFF’s YouTube-DL Letter, Notes That it ‘Regularly Sides With Infringers’
YouTube rippers FLVTO.biz and 2conv.com are contesting Magistrate Judge Buchanan's recommendation to award $82 million in piracy damages to the RIAA. The YouTube-rippers cited a letter where the EFF defends the non-infringing nature of the youtube-dl software. The RIAA, however, argues that this letter is irrelevant and suggests that the EFF is far from a neutral expert. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-24 20:02:29 READMORE
Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week – 01/24/2022
Every week we take a close look at the most pirated movies on torrent sites. What are pirates downloading? 'Eternals' tops the chart, followed by ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home'. 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' completes the top three. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-24 06:30:40 READMORE
WOW! Must Share Personal Details of Most Prolific ‘Pirates’ with Filmmakers
Internet provider WOW! must share the personal details of hundreds of subscribers with a group of filmmakers. The requirement, signed off by a Colorado federal court, is part of the discovery process in an ongoing legal battle. The targeted accounts are limited to the IP addresses that were most frequently flagged for alleged copyright infringements. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-23 22:02:21 READMORE
Pirate IPTV Reseller Ordered to Pay TV Companies $164,000 in Damages
A 58-year-old man has been ordered to pay four Swedish TV companies more than $164,000 in damages after being found guilty of selling illegal IPTV service subscriptions. He claimed that a third party was responsible for the sales but a local court found him guilty of copyright infringement offenses, also handing down a four-month suspended prison sentence. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-22 23:00:52 READMORE
Cheat Makers ‘Troll’ Activision Lawyer, Brag They Will Never Be Found
Activision sued Call of Duty cheat maker EngineOwning this month, alleging breaches of the DMCA. According to new filings, an Activision lawyer was trolled by the defendants online with one claiming he would never be found. That will remain to be seen after the court granted a request to compel Google, Reddit, Steam, PayPal, Trustpilot and more to hand over the details of the defendants. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-21 23:57:51 READMORE
EU Parliament Adopts DSA Without Banning ‘Dumb’ Upload Filters and Site Blocking
The European Parliament has approved the Digital Services Act (DSA), including several key changes. The proposed legislation adds a right for people to use and pay for online services anonymously. However, the amendments to ban site blocking and 'dumb' upload filters were voted down by the majority. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-21 16:49:03 READMORE
Record Labels Face Sanctions Over ‘Destroyed’ Piracy Evidence
Internet provider Bright House has asked a Florida federal court to sanction several record labels for 'destroying' evidence that it says is crucial to the ongoing piracy liability lawsuit. In addition to sanctions, the ISP also wants the option to inform the jury about the missing evidence, while testimony based on that information should be precluded from trial. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-21 04:36:25 READMORE
10 Years Ago the Feds Shut Down Megaupload
A decade has passed since Megaupload's servers were raided on behalf of the U.S. Government. On the same day, helicopters and police swarmed the estate of founder Kim Dotcom. The criminal enforcement action was supposed to put the larger-than-life Internet entrepreneur in the shadows, but the opposite happened. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-20 16:46:02 READMORE
OpenSubtitles Hacked, 7 Million Subscribers’ Details Leaked Online
OpenSubtitles, one of the largest repositories of subtitle files on the internet, has been hacked. Founded in 2006, the site was reportedly hacked in August 2021 with the attacker obtaining the personal data of nearly seven million subscribers including email and IP addresses, usernames and passwords. The site alerted users yesterday after the hacker leaked the database online. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-19 23:55:32 READMORE
The EU Wants Its Own DNS Resolver that Can Block ‘Unlawful’ Traffic
The EU is planning to develop its own government-run DNS resolver. The project dubbed DNS4EU is meant to offer a counterweight to the popular resolvers that are mostly based in the U.S. Aside from offering privacy and security to users, the DNS solution will also be able to block "illegal" websites, including pirate sites. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-19 17:11:18 READMORE
‘Criminal’ VPN Shut Down By Europol and International Law Enforcement
Joint action by Europol and law enforcement authorities in ten countries has shut down VPNLab, a VPN service said to have been used to commit cybercrimes including malware distribution and ransomware campaigns. The service's domain now displays a seizure banner claiming the service's involvement in major international cyber attacks. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-19 00:04:56 READMORE
Adblocking Does Not Constitute Copyright Infringement, Court Rules
Axel Springer has lost its copyright infringement lawsuit against Eyeo GmbH, the company behind Adblock Plus. The German publishing house, which owns the Bild and Die Welt brands, among others, claimed that adblockers interfere with the presentation of websites in browsers, thus breaching copyright. In a victory for Eyeo, the Hamburg District Court has dismissed the case. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-18 19:09:03 READMORE
Browser Extension Adds Sci-Hub Download Links to Publishers’ Websites
As scientists and academics of all kinds turn to Sci-Hub to freely access scientific papers, a new browser tool aims to make access even more straightforward. Currently available from the Mozilla addon store but also compatible with Chrome, 'Sci-Hub Injector' embeds Sci-Hub download links into popular publishers' websites. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-18 05:30:11 READMORE
VPN Provider Agrees to Block Torrent Traffic and The Pirate Bay on U.S. Servers
VPN Unlimited has settled a copyright lawsuit filed by several movie companies. The VPN provider stood accused of failing to take action against subscribers who were pirating films. As part of the settlement, the company agreed to block BitTorrent traffic and prominent pirate sites including 'Pirate Bay,' 'YTS', and 'RARBG' on U.S. servers. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-01-17 21:19:19 READMORE