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IPTV Pirates Defeat LaLiga & Serie A After DAZN Sustains Major Injury
Last week LaLiga and Serie A issued new warnings over the use of pirate IPTV. Then the unthinkable happened. In their respective home countries of Spain and Italy, technical problems meant that legal subscribers missed matches at the start of the new season. Fortunately, a new Serie A anti-piracy campaign advertised in stadiums was 100% successful in reaching IPTV pirates. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-17 01:35:10 READMORE
€8.5m Copyright Infringement Verdict Against Vimeo Stands on Appeal
The Rome Court of Appeal has confirmed that American streaming platform Vimeo must pay €8.5 million in copyright infringement damages to Italian broadcast giant Mediaset. The verdict centers around roughly 2,000 infringing videos that were uploaded to the platform. The Court affirms that Vimeo plays an “active role” and can't hide behind a safe harbor defense. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-16 18:50:18 READMORE
MarkMonitor Wants to Keep Court Transcript Away From “Pro-Piracy” Forces
MarkMonitor has asked a Florida federal court to destroy or permanently seal documents discussing its anti-piracy systems. The information could be beneficial to "pro-piracy" forces, MarkMonitor fears. The documents are part of a now-settled lawsuit between record labels and ISP Bright House. Interestingly, the destruction request piqued the interest of another ISP: Cox. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-16 05:10:24 READMORE
‘Pirate’ Spider-Man Remastered Steam Keys Sell Out in Sanctioned Russia
Spider-Man Remastered launched last Friday to decent reviews but gamers in Russia face problems buying from Steam. A local online store managed to get some Steam activation keys but sold out, despite selling them for close to the most expensive price in the world. Right now, Russians can either wait for new stock or take advantage of the game being cracked on day one. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-15 16:41:22 READMORE
Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week – 08/15/2022
Every week we take a close look at the most pirated movies on torrent sites. What are pirates downloading? 'Prey' tops the chart, followed by ‘Elvis'. 'Jurassic World Dominion' completes the top three. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-15 07:30:40 READMORE
Anti-Piracy Group Continued to Send DMCA Notices on Behalf of Indicted Copyright Swindlers
In addition to offering piracy insights, MUSO also helps copyright holders to take down infringing content from search engines and other online platforms. In most cases, the company represents legitimate rightsholders, but it also sends notices that appear to come from copyright swindlers, who were recently indicted by the US government. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-14 23:29:15 READMORE
Bungie Uses Hague Convention to Pursue Cheat Seller Evidence Overseas
Bungie has been permitted to seek overseas cooperation under the Hague Convention to obtain evidence on a Destiny 2 cheat seller. The developer filed a copyright lawsuit against the alleged operator of Lavicheats in 2021 but almost a year later progress is slow. In addition to conducting discovery in the US, Bungie has an eye on the UK but whether that will bear fruit is another question. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-14 00:13:14 READMORE
‘Pirating’ WOW! Subscribers Object to Having Their Identities Exposed to Filmmakers
As part of an ongoing piracy liability lawsuit, Internet provider WOW! must share the personal details of 375 subscribers with a group of filmmakers. Dozens of targeted subscribers, who are seen as the most prolific pirates, have filed objections at the Colorado federal court. While privacy concerns are understandable, the subscribers themselves don't appear to be at risk. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-13 05:32:49 READMORE
Microsoft Sues Activation Key & Token Sellers For Enabling Customers’ Piracy
Software sold by market leaders tend to be primary purchases for regular consumers. Brand comfort is important but so too is affordability, especially when pirate copies are available for free. Some find a middle ground with purchases of discounted activation keys but, as a new Microsoft lawsuit shows, that can amount to copyright infringement for buyers and sellers alike. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-12 19:09:13 READMORE
House of the Dragon Leaks: HBO Wields DMCA in Hunt For Mystery Reddit User
HBO hopes that its upcoming Games of Thrones prequel House of the Dragon will be as successful as its predecessor but in the short term, the company has a major problem. A Reddit user claims to have leaked plot summaries for every single episode, noting that two account suspensions by Reddit add credibility to those leaks. Documents obtained by TorrentFreak suggest another incoming credibility boost - via HBO's lawyers in California. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-12 05:25:20 READMORE
Software Company Still Fighting U.S. Navy Over Millions in Piracy Damages
The software piracy battle between the U.S. Navy and German software company Bitmanagement is reaching its conclusion. After a drawn-out fight at the US Court of Federal Claims, only the scale of the damages is to be determined. After a recent trial hearing behind closed doors, the final figure could be anywhere between $115,000 and $155,400,000. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-11 18:59:14 READMORE
Cheat Seller AimJunkies Uses Subpoenas to Fire Back at Bungie
AimJunkies.com has prepared several subpoenas through which it hopes to fire back at game developer Bungie. The cheat seller is interested in "Destiny 2" player counts and figures, requesting this information from Valve. In addition, it wants PayPal and Google to help track down an alleged violator of the cheat software's terms of service. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-11 05:34:59 READMORE
Brazil’s New IPTV Anti-Piracy Blocking Plan Prepares to Bypass Judiciary
As anti-piracy measures gather pace around the world, rightsholders are pushing the message that court involvement is unnecessary and only introduces unwanted delays. Administrative blocking programs are now considered the gold standard so as Brazil seeks to shake off its IPTV piracy problems, powerful agencies are preparing to follow the playbook. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-10 19:08:52 READMORE
PrimeWire Replacement HydraWire Sacrifices Itself to Hollywood
A lawsuit filed last year by several Hollywood studios and Netflix targeting illegal streaming veteran PrimeWire now resembles a war of attrition. As efforts to gather intelligence and seize domains continue, the studios have also been dealing with PrimeWire replacement 'HydraWire'. But despite the numerous hurdles, all signs point to the plaintiffs toughing the case out for as long as it takes. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-10 03:59:05 READMORE
Netflix Piracy Thrives as Subscribers Rethink Their Streaming Subscriptions
Despite the availability of more legal streaming options than ever before, TV show and movie piracy are on the rise. Increased fragmentation in the streaming landscape paired with high costs is driving people to illegal options. According to data from piracy tracking company Muso, Netflix content is now good for 16% of all piracy traffic. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-09 18:17:10 READMORE
BREIN Took 349 Pirate Sites and Services Offline Last Year
Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has just posted its latest annual report. The group shut down 349 illegal sites and services, ranging from streaming portals to open directories. BREIN also booked significant progress on the site blocking front, an effort that continues this year. Meanwhile, its plan to warn and educate persistent infringers is taking longer than expected. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-09 02:32:42 READMORE
$32.5m Pirate IPTV Lawsuit Must Be Dismissed Due to ‘Encrypted Traffic’
A $32.5m copyright infringement lawsuit filed by DISH Network claims that CDN company DataCamp failed to prevent several pirate IPTV providers from pirating its content, even after receiving hundreds of DMCA notices. DataCamp has just informed the court that since it's unable to monitor encrypted traffic, there is no liability and the lawsuit must be dismissed. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-08 17:13:24 READMORE
Pirate Sites Using Twitch To Stream TV Shows Face Hollywood Investigation
Pirate streaming sites have plenty of options when it comes to sourcing movies, TV shows, and live TV streams. But for some, however, cheaper is apparently better. Streaming portals offering channels from Disney, Paramount, Warner Bros. and HBO are using Twitch's servers to save money, but it appears Hollywood has already launched an investigation and is hot on the trail. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-08 01:05:07 READMORE
Leaseweb Asks Court to Dismiss Copyright Infringement Lawsuit
A few weeks ago, hosting provider Leaseweb was sued for copyright infringement in California. Photographer Barry Rosen filed the lawsuit claiming that the company failed to take action against "infringing" poster sites, despite receiving repeated DMCA notices. Leaseweb disagrees and is now asking the court to dismiss the case. From: TF, for the latest news on copyright battles, piracy and more.

Posted On:2022-08-07 00:37:25 READMORE