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Sony DMCA Notice Nukes 200 Aniyomi Extensions as Tachiyomi Fork Feels Heat
Less than six months ago, manga reader app Tachiyomi was forced to call it quits following legal threats from South Korean publisher Kakao. A popular project fork, Aniyomi, introduced anime into the mix, accessed using extensions from the app's 200+ strong library. A single DMCA notice from Sony Pictures has now taken all but three extensions offline. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-18 02:19:47 READMORE
Cloudflare IPFS ‘Takedowns’ Skyrocket, But Not For Long
Cloudflare protects and facilitates access to millions of sites and services on the web. The company also offers an IPFS gateway, making it easier to access content on the censorship-resistant storage network. Takedown notices for this gateway have skyrocketed, according to the most recent transparency report, but that won’t be for long. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-17 19:06:33 READMORE
Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week – 06/17/2024
Every week we take a close look at the most pirated movies on torrent sites. What are pirates downloading? 'Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire' tops the chart, followed by 'Hit Man'. ‘The Fall Guy'' completes the top three. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-17 08:09:40 READMORE
ACE Subpoenas Target IPTV Services, Piracy Apps, and Streaming Portals
Anti-piracy coalition ACE has several new targets in its sights, ranging from IPTV services and piracy apps, to popular streaming portals such as Anitaku, Goojara and KickassAnime. The names are revealed in several new subpoenas, requested by the Motion Picture Association. While this legal information gathering tool can be effective, it's not perfect. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-16 22:12:12 READMORE
Russia ‘Humanizes’ Criminal Copyright Law, ‘Large Scale’ Piracy Cut By 25%
Criminal copyright infringement offenses prosecuted under Russia's Criminal Code are expected to plummet by a quarter, thanks to a new law signed by President Putin this week. The amendments aim to "liberalize and humanize" Russian legislation in the area of copyright and related rights, by drastically increasing the threshold for infringement to be considered 'large scale'. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-16 05:44:31 READMORE
TorrentGalaxy Goes Offline With Mysterious Message to Users (Update)
Popular torrent site TorrentGalaxy has gone 'offline' overnight. While downtime is quite common for pirate sites, a mysterious statement by the team is open for interpretation, leading some to believe that it will not return anytime soon. Since the site is a prominent source of new movie and TV show releases, this is a big deal. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-14 18:22:05 READMORE
Denuvo Owner Shuts Down Clone Sites, Perpertrators Seem Up For a Chase
The company behind notorious anti-tamper technology Denuvo, filed an interesting DMCA takedown notice at GitHub this week. According to Irdeto, unnamed parties cloned the company's website, registered a similar domain, and ran their own mail server behind the scenes. A short investigation by TF suggests that the culprits may have known Irdeto would attempt to track them down and may have left Easter eggs along the way. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-14 17:29:49 READMORE
Google, Cloudflare & Cisco Will Poison DNS to Stop Piracy Block Circumvention
A French court has ordered Google, Cloudflare, and Cisco to poison their DNS resolvers to prevent circumvention of blocking measures, targeting around 117 pirate sports streaming domains. The move is another anti-piracy escalation for broadcaster Canal+, which also has permission to completely deindex the sites from search engine results. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-14 02:19:51 READMORE
UEFA Targets Pirate EURO 2024 Live Streams Before They Start
European football federation UEFA is cracking down on pirate EURO 2024 live streams, before they've even started. The enforcement actions show that the organization is on high alert. Meanwhile, the EU Intellectual Property Office adds support by clarifying that cheers of legitimate viewers 'mean more' than those from pirates. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-13 20:19:47 READMORE
Biggest IPTV Piracy Trial in U.S. History Underway and Already Controversial
According to the U.S. government, subscription IPTV services Jetflicks and iStreamitAll were once two of the largest piracy platforms in the country. Several defendants are now on trial in Las Vegas in a case that generated 19TB of data and 175,000 pages of print discovery, and has taken five years to prepare. After accusing MPA and HBO executives of presenting prejudicial evidence to the jury, the lead defendant called for a mistrial; the government didn't give an inch. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-13 05:27:05 READMORE
Plex Cracks Down on Media Server ‘Hacks’
GitHub has removed several repositories following a copyright complaint from Plex. Through its anti-piracy partner, the streaming software service complained about code that enables 'Godmode' on its media server and provides free access to paid Plex Pass features. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-12 20:20:42 READMORE
German ISPs Block Romslab Due to Widespread Game Piracy
As part of a voluntary agreement with copyright holders, German Internet service providers must block structurally infringing websites. The list expanded recently with Romslab, a site that offers links to pirated games and emulators such as Yuzu and Ryujinx. Official records redact the name of the game company that requested the blockade, but several signs point in the direction of a 135-year-old Japanese corporation. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-12 03:22:32 READMORE
Piracy Shield 2: Just When IPTV Pirates Thought it Was Safe
Italy's solution to IPTV piracy is already operating beyond the limits of its design. Piracy Shield launched in February under new law that compels all 300+ of the country's ISPs to block pirate streaming services. It now transpires that Italy's blocking system was only designed to accommodate 70 ISPs and now times out under the strain. By end of 2024, Piracy Shield Phase 2 will make its debut. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-11 16:33:01 READMORE
Redfox Disappearance Puts a Spotlight on Defiant StreamFab
RedFox, the outfit behind popular ripping software AnyStream and AnyDVD, seems to have disappeared. The domain name is inaccessible after A records were removed, and its mail server is unreachable too. Despite days of downtime, there is no sign of enforcement action and no word from the developers either. Meanwhile, its competitor, StreamFab, is picking up new users. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-11 01:25:30 READMORE
Google “Profits From Pirated Textbooks” Publishers’ Lawsuit Claims
Google's relationships with major rightsholders seemed to be headed in a positive direction. Yet, according to a new lawsuit filed by the world's largest educational publishers, their situation could hardly be worse. They accuse Google of promoting pirate sites, profiting from piracy, and giving pirates preferential treatment, in part by limiting publishers' ability to advertise legal products. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-10 16:33:36 READMORE
Cheaper Prices Reduce Indirect Visits to Pirate Sites, Research Finds
High prices are among the most commonly cited reasons why people pirate movies, music, books, and other content. But does this mean that lower prices have an effect on piracy in the real world? A clever natural experiment, conducted by academic researchers, shows that price matters. The study found that lower book prices significantly reduced indirect visits to pirate sites. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-10 03:09:08 READMORE
Court Bans DoodStream’s Owners & Associates From Running The Site
As part of a copyright infringement lawsuit against DoodStream, the cyberlocker platform was handed orders by a court in India to remove links to all content owned by the major Hollywood studios, Netflix, Amazon, and Apple, within 24 hours. When that failed to happen, the terms of the injunction seemed to be up for negotiation, at least for a while. Having done little to convince the court that infringement wouldn't continue, DoodStream's operators and associates are now banned from running the site. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-08 17:52:59 READMORE
DoodStream’s ‘Proprietors’ Struggle to Comply With Hollywood Injunction
With its no-holds-barred 'dynamic+' injunctions, capable of blocking sites perpetually and forcing domain seizures in the U.S., India's emergence as a global copyright enforcer is remarkable. Yet, when the major Hollywood studios teamed up with Netflix, Amazon, and Apple, to obtain a strict, immediate injunction against a site considered a global piracy threat, early non-compliance wasn't harshly punished. Indeed, documents suggest that injunctions are up for negotiation. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-08 04:52:02 READMORE
BREIN Pulled 610 Pirate Sites and Services Offline Last Year
Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has just posted its latest annual report. The group shut down 610 illegal sites and services, ranging from proxies and streaming portals, to IPTV services and Facebook groups. BREIN also signed 41 settlement agreements and helped to completely remove hundreds of domains from Google search results following blocking orders. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2024-06-07 17:19:47 READMORE