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  1. Netflix wants to expand its Global Copyright & Content Protection Group. The streaming giant is looking for an individual "who can hit the ground running" into a variety of tasks, from scanning all the major social media platforms and dealing with takedown requests, to gathering data on pirate streaming sites, cyberlockers and usenet platforms. For many years, Netflix relied on content supplied by other companies to satisfy its growing userbase. Now, however, that reliance is beginning to take a back seat to productions of its own. Back in February, Netflix CFO David Wells said that his company was set to spend more than $8 billion on content in 2018, a figure that contributes to the 700 original TV shows and 80 movies it will offer globally this year. There can be little doubt, Netflix is now a powerful creator and commissioner of content in its own right. This shift in strategy raises some interesting points, not least concerning the company’s attitude toward piracy. While the MPAA has spat venom over the issue for decades, Netflix has appeared somewhat more relaxed. Quietly, however, Netflix understands that scraping every possible dollar from consumers while restricting the availability of pirated content is something it must sink resources into. Back in 2017, we revealed the existence of Netflix’s Global Copyright Protection Group when the company advertised for a Global Copyright Protection Counsel. Since then the company has recruited more individuals to the cause and this week advertised for another new recruit. Netflix’s new Copyright and Content Protection Coordinator will work with the Global Copyright & Content Protection Group to protect Netflix Originals, the TV shows and movies for which Netflix owns the rights. “The ideal candidate will have carried out a similar role at another company and can hit the ground running,” the listing for the position reads. “He or she should have experience of anti-piracy initiatives and be very well versed in managing an effective notice and take down program and experience of working with YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Google, Bing, VK, Daily Motion and other well known platforms.” Although Netflix’s business model is somewhat different to that of more traditional studios, the company faces the same problems with pirate links appearing online. To that end, the successful applicant will be expected to disrupt this availability as much as possible, particularly through the management of the company’s DMCA notice sending systems. The company’s new coordinator will be expected to carry out daily scanning of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Periscope, Google Search, Bing, VK, DailyMotion and other platforms used for piracy. Fingerprinting technologies on YouTube (ContentID) and Facebook (Rights Manager) will also need to be monitored, with attention paid to content that’s uploaded in a way that circumvents those recognition systems. Of course, these legitimate platforms are just the tip of a very large iceberg. It seems likely that Netflix content is more likely to be found illegally on torrent and streaming platforms so these will need to be tackled too, with Netflix advising that the candidate will gather data on “pirate streaming sites, cyberlockers and usenet platforms.” While Netflix is now a true competitor to the mainstream Hollywood studios and companies like Amazon, they all have to deal with piracy in roughly the same way. These synergies were formalized last June with the debut of the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment, a coalition of 30 companies dedicated to presenting a united front against piracy. As a founding member of ACE, Netflix contributes $5m per year to the alliance. This expensive relationship needs to be nurtured so the new coordinator will have responsibilities there too, working with other ACE members to tackle the piracy threat. The full listing can be found here. Source: Torrentfreak.com
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    Google Translation: Donation purpose announcement Since the website was opened, I thank all members for their support and encouragement. After reopening for almost three years, I would not say that the development is better than before, but at least it will be able to pass and give everyone a lot of rich resources. From the start of the original game, to the leading version of the suppression, recording resources are constantly enriched, everything is inseparable from the support of everyone. The following outlines the use of donations: Web server, this is basic, there are currently two web servers, one host, one vice, for disaster recovery; Website backup server, currently back up in real time for 3 special cases; Website cdn, currently using two, to optimize global access capabilities; Several I7 level and dual E5 level presses, basic configuration 32G memory, 1T SSD level, this is mainly used for the original starting suppression, HDTV recording suppression; A variety of original first-time purchases, the price range, such expenditure has been there; Recording equipment, this is the bulk of the current, is still in the upgrade phase, as you can see, recording resources are gradually enriched, from cable recording, ground wave recording, satellite recording, as much as possible to collect a variety of source code, However, due to the special nature of the recording, it is impossible to record 100% complete, so there is a redundant device, a recording resource, may have to record multiple devices at the same time, recording as complete as possible. Already existing recording equipment already exists in China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, Singapore, the United States, South Korea and Japan (under construction); A number of editing machines, E3, 16G memory, 1T SSD level, made into a virtual machine, to all kinds of personnel editing clip recording resources use; The network of editing machines and recorders is currently at the equivalent level of one hundred megabytes. One device is a network. Such expenses are also quite large. After all, it is necessary to transfer files and minimize the time. Since it comes to recording, it is necessary to talk about storage, which is the hard disk. Recording takes up storage resources. In view of the regular broadcast time, we will postpone recording in the normal state and only take the text; Several hard drives, main memory and all kinds of quality source code; The above is basically the current expenditure situation Here is a few words, but all resource reprints or sales of profit, all account numbers are blocked and ban-tree, these are our hard work income, if found violations, welcome to report, the website will appropriately reward the whistleblower, the site continues to operate , you need a piece of power, thank you! Here's the advertising time: HDCTV Recruitment Working Group Issues Reference HDCTV recording group 1. Can receive terrestrial wave, satellite or cable HDTV signals at home and abroad, 2, uplink bandwidth more than 500k 3, can insist on recording, have the spirit of sharing HDCTV film source editing staff, only remote editing, the conditions are as follows: 1, trial learning period need to learn to use video redo, smartcutter and other editing software 2. The network condition is not a capillary. 3. Relatively free time each day 4, can obey the organizational arrangements Workgroup benefits 1. All the members of the working group are gathered together because of their hobbies, and there is no return of any form of money 2. Enjoy the magic value and invitation treatment according to the workload every month 3. Honorary members or VIP treatment for the outstanding contributions of working group members after retirement There will be a trial period after registration. Please consider carefully. We reject soy sauce and three minutes of warmth. Please consider carefully before you sign up for yourself. If you apply, please PM →here←, please write my own content and QQ.
  3. Yes we have made it to 9 years, and you our Members have made this possible, Thank You 9 Day Site Wide http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif Free Leech http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif Starts May 18th, 2018 Ends! May 26, 2018 As always during an event like this we ask all Members to try and Seed/Reseed as much as possible. Remember this is a great way to increase your ratios! So Enjoy! and please remember the ILC Motto that this Site was Founded on "Sharing and Caring" Sharing!, is keep Seeding after completing specially if there are still current leechers, and Please! Reseed when requested, is Caring! http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif http://www.ilcpichost.net/images/201...er-RedLine.png http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif "SPECIAL NOTE" All New Uploads Will be Turned Off/Not Passed During This Celebration. We Suggest Members to Wait and Upload New Torrents After the Celebration http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif http://www.ilcpichost.net/images/201...er-RedLine.png http://www.iloveclassics.com/pic/freedownload.gif We here @ ILC are here to help save and keep these Great "Films and TV Shows" of Yester Year "Free Forever"
  4. Doppler Effect situation Hello everyone, In these two years that we are about to meet, we have noticed that for some weeks the movement of the tracker and the forum has fallen considerably, more in the forum that looks like a desert, we do not know very well the reason and we want your opinion about it how do you see the situation? We have already received messages from several users with several suggestions, but informing that they have noticed the tracker's decay so that what we had perceived is real and we are not paranoid. There have been some users who have stopped participating, both in the forum and in uploads, some have said saying they do not participate and although we do not share their opinion they have pronounced, while others have not done so, suddenly they stopped participating. They are not seeking to explain themselves, much less force them to participate, each one is free to do what they want with their lives. Cases have been detected that asked to enter the tracker, that had a lot of music to share or that seek to download Hispanic music, but when they are inside, most do not use the account and end up banned by the system, due to inactivity when not entering the web. Others who are not banned are users who do not know where they are, because they do not appear in the forum, nor do they use the account, they do not download anything. Others are ghost users use the account, things go down, but they have not presented themselves, nor are they grateful for the uploads, and once downloaded they are removed from the seed. Do you really want to enter the tracker? When they enter they do not like it? Is there collection of trackers? They can not say that the tracker is difficult, when they do not even use the account to download things, there is 10gb of start and that gives for a lot of music, and they are not used. No one has been banned by ratio. In the first year we met, we opened doors one day, I do not know if we reached 500 users, today we do not reach 300. For what do they enter if they do not use the account later? Some will want a big tracker other small, but the amount of a tracker independent of what the staff wants, they decide the same users participating, if they do not use the account and end up banned we will always be small. We have our share of guilt, of course, but if we are a community we have to think about the community and not our interests and not think about the one next door. There will be people who have changed their lives and therefore do not participate, of course, others will say they do not have time, it could be true, but the time is the same for all people, how the time that is left over is spent or that You have what you decide. Who really wants to be in the tracker and wants to participate takes time out from under the stones. As well as ripping CD or scanning the scripts. We offer help and we have tutorials on how to rip original CDs of course, but not wanting to upload because you do not know, it's a cheap excuse. Obviously not all users have to be an uploader, but there are other ways to participate .. the forum .. help others, etc. We are 270 users, of which if only 20 users are participating (including staff), we are supposed to be a community, but instead of a community we seem to be a direct download website using P2P technology, since both the forum as the comments of the climbs are practically deserted. Between all we have to change that, the staff can do anything to try to change that situation, but if the users are not reciprocal, we will continue in a desert. Let's change the desert for a city, in which it could be increased. Doppler Team Situación de Efecto Doppler Hola a tod@s, En estos dos años que estamos a punto de cumplir, hemos notado que desde hace algunas semanas el movimiento del tracker y del foro a caído considerablemente, más en el foro que parece un desierto, no sabemos muy bien el motivo y queremos vuestra opinión al respecto de como veis la situación. Ya nos han llegado mensajes de varios usuarios con varias sugerencias, pero informando de que han notado el decamento del tracker por lo que lo que nosotros habíamos percibido es real y no estamos paranoicos. Han habido algunos usuarios que han dejado de participar, tanto en el foro como en subidas, algunos se han manifestado diciendo porque no participan y aunque no compartamos su opinión se han pronunciado, en cambio otros no lo han hecho, de repente dejaron de participar. No se está buscando que se expliquen ni mucho menos obligarles a participar, cada uno es libre de hacer lo que quiera con su vida. Se han detectado casos que pedían entrar al tracker, que tenían mucha música para compartir o que buscan bajarse música hispana, pero cuando están dentro, la mayoría no usa la cuenta y acaba baneada por el sistema, por inactividad al no entrar a la web. Otros que no son baneados son usuarios que no sabemos dónde están, porque ni se presentan al foro, ni tampoco usan la cuenta, no bajan nada. Otros son usuarios fantasma usan la cuenta, bajan cosas, pero ni se han presentado, ni agradecen las subidas, y una vez bajado se quitan de semilla. Realmente quieren entrar al tracker? Cuando entran no les gusta? Hay coleccionismo de trackers? No pueden decir que es difícil el tracker, cuando ni siquiera usan la cuenta para bajarse cosas, hay 10gb de inicio y eso da para mucha música, y no se usan. Nadie ha sido baneado por ratio. En el primer año que cumplimos abrimos puertas un día, no se si llegamos a 500 usuarios, a día de hoy no llegamos a los 300. Para que entran si luego no usan la cuenta? Algunos querrán un tracker grande otros pequeños, pero la cantidad de un tracker independiente de lo que el staff quiera, lo deciden los mismos usuarios participando, si no usan la cuenta y acaban baneados siempre seremos pequeños. Nosotros tenemos nuestra parte de culpa, por supuesto, pero si somos una comunidad tenemos que pensar en la comunidad y no en nuestros intereses y no pensar en el de al lado. Habrá gente que le habrá cambiado la vida y por eso no participa, por supuesto, otros dirán que no tienen tiempo, podría ser verdad, pero el tiempo es el mismo para todas las personas, el como se invierte el tiempo que te sobra o que tienes lo decide uno mismo. Quien de verdad quiere estar en el tracker y quiere participar saca el tiempo de debajo de las piedras. Así como el ripear CD o el escanear los libretos. Ofrecemos ayuda y tenemos tutoriales de cómo ripear CD originales por supuesto, pero directamente no querer subir por no saber, es una excusa barata. Evidentemente no todos los usuarios tienen que ser uploader, pero hay otras maneras de participar.. el foro.. ayudar a los demás, etc. Somos 270 usuarios, de los cuales si llega sólo 20 usuarios son participativos (incluido staff), se supone que somos una comunidad, pero en vez de una comunidad parece que seamos una web de descarga directa usando la tecnología P2P, ya que tanto el foro como los comentarios de las subidas están prácticamente desiertas. Entre todos tenemos que cambiar eso, el staff podrá hacer cualquier cosa para intentar cambiar esa situación, pero si los usuarios no son recíprocos, seguiremos en un desierto. Cambiemos el desierto por una ciudad, en la cuál se podría ir aumentando. Doppler Team
  5. Maybe net neutrality isn’t dead after all. The Senate on Wednesday voted 52 to 47 to overturn the Federal Communications Commission’s repeal of the rules, with three Republicans joining the mostly Democratic effort. The issue now heads to the House, where it is likely to have a tougher time because Republicans hold a larger majority than in the Senate. Obtaining three Republican votes in favor of overturning the repeal came as a surprise after initially just one had expressed a willingness to side with Democrats on the matter. The move is a rebuke to President Donald Trump and his Republican FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who had pushed through the repeal of net-neutrality rules despite widespread public support for the Obama-era standards. In December, the FCC voted to repeal the net-neutrality rules, which prohibit internet service providers from slowing or blocking internet traffic and preferring certain content over others. That 3-2 partisan vote was contentious, with the two Democratic FCC commissioners protesting along with the public against the repeal. The FCC recently scheduled the net-neutrality repeal to take effect June 10. Democrats in the Senate, however, brought the matter to a vote so lawmakers would have to publicly register on which side of the contentious issue they stand. Sen. Ed Markey, D-Massachusetts, used the Congressional Review Act, a procedure through which Congress can review and overturn rules by federal agencies, to force the vote in the Senate. “Thank you @SenatorCollins, @SenJohnKennedy and Senator @LisaMurkowski for standing on the right side of history and voting to save #NetNeutrality,” Markey tweeted Wednesday. “To all of those who kept fighting and didn’t get discouraged: you did this,” Markey continued. “You raised your voices and we heard you. Thank you.” The victory likely will be short-lived — the bill now moves to the House of Representatives, where it will encounter greater difficulty given the large Republican majority there. And if it were passed, it would face an almost certain veto from President Trump. Nevertheless, Democrats believe the Senate vote will give them a potent issue in the November elections, given the popularity of net neutrality. The FCC received millions of comments — a record — about its plan to repeal the rules before it voted to do so in December, and net-neutrality advocates say the commission ignored the will of the majority of Americans. Tech industry groups praised the vote. “We all owe a debt of gratitude to Senators today for recognizing what a serious misstep the FCC has taken — and doing all they can to stop it,” said Ed Black, president and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association, in a statement Wednesday. “We urge the House to follow the Senate’s action.” The broadband industry and the FCC chair expressed their disappointment. “This vote throws into reverse our shared goal of maintaining an open, thriving internet,” said Jonathan Spalter, president and CEO of USTelecom. “Consumers want permanent, comprehensive online protections, not half measures or election year posturing from our representatives in Congress.” Pai sent a statement through a spokeswoman: “It’s disappointing that Senate Democrats forced this resolution through by a narrow margin. But ultimately, I’m confident that their effort to reinstate heavy-handed government regulation of the Internet will fail.” The House is controlled by Republicans 235 to 193, but with three Republicans crossing the political aisle in the Senate over net neutrality, Democrats and other net-neutrality advocates are urging people to keep up the pressure on their lawmakers. During a press conference after Wednesday’s vote, Markey said that because the issue is so popular among many Americans — a recent poll shows more than 80 percent of Americans support net neutrality, including 75 percent of Republicans — it could become key in the midterm elections in November. “Don’t listen to the naysayers — momentum is on the side of those who favor restoring net neutrality now,” said Gigi Sohn, former counselor to former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler, under whom the Open Internet Rules were passed. “We’ve seen the impossible become possible in past technology policy battles like the fight against the Stop Online Piracy Act,” Sohn added. Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, called the vote a “delicious victory.” “Fundamentally, this is about ensuring we are the individuals that decide what we want to hear, what we want to watch, what we want to play, what we want to read,” said Eshoo, who has advocated for net neutrality for so long that she’s known as the “godmother of net neutrality” in the House, during Wednesday’s press conference.
  6. University of Ottawa Law Professor, Michael Geist, continues to dig up details on the origins of the Bell coalition website blocking plan, this time noting how details were first presented to the CRTC in private, closed door meetings. According to emails and documents obtained under the Access to Information Act, Bell first presented its ideas for FairPlay Canada to the CRTC–months before a public consultation process began. http://cdn.iphoneincanada.ca/wp-cont...tc-768x491.jpg Dating back to July 2017, Bell executives sought meetings with CRTC commissioner Christoper Macdonald to present their website blocking plan. Emails show Macdonald followed up a call by hinting Bell could present its ideas to the full commission—without a public filing first. This presentation by Bell happened on September 21, 2017, which according to Geist, was one day after the company recommended to the House of Commons site blocking be added to NAFTA. Bell’s email to the CRTC reads, “Canadians visited pirate sites 1.88 billion times in 2016 and increasingly Kodi set top boxes are being sold pre loaded with live streams of CRTC licensed channels, causing Canadians to disconnect from the regulated system in favour of pirated content.” In December 2017, the website blocking plan was leaked to Canadaland, and one day after, the CRTC’s Senior General Counsel, Stephen Millington, requested a copy of the commission’s internal legal opinion on website blocking of piracy websites. According to Geist, here is why Canadians should be concerned: The meetings raise serious fairness concerns regarding the regulatory process on website blocking. By granting Bell a private audience with CRTC commissioners and officials, the company was able present its case without counter-arguments or a public airing. In fact, without a transcript of the meeting, there will be questions about whether the ultimate CRTC decision may have been influenced by evidence presented outside the formal hearing process. Moreover, the private meetings clearly had their intended effect with commission officials developing internal positions and analysis without a formal filing or the benefit of the dozens of detailed submissions that carefully examined the legal implications of site blocking for freedom of expression, net neutrality, due process, and the CRTC’s jurisdiction. The concerns are exacerbated by the fact that it appears the meetings were not disclosed in the lobbyist registry. The registry references five meeting between Bell and CRTC officials between October 2017 and February 2018, but there are no reports of a September meeting nor of earlier communications. Last week, the House of Commons Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics, released its report on net neutrality in Canada, and concluded the Bell coalition plan to block websites should be rejected.
  7. The IP mascot will spread awareness about the importance of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) among people, especially children, in an interesting manner. https://www.devdiscourse.com/AdminFi...54_8292089.jpg The Minister of Commerce and Industry Shri Suresh Prabhu launched the Intellectual Property (IP) mascot – IP Nani – at the conference on National Intellectual Property Rights Policy in New Delhi today. An anti-piracy video featuring Mr. Amitabh Bachchan was also launched by the Minister at the event. Speaking on the occasion, the Minister said that protection of Intellectual Property Rights is critical for building a knowledge-based society. Minister further said that mere legal provisions are not sufficient for the protection of Intellectual Property Rights but their strict implementation is equally required. Piracy is a serious crime which should not go unpunished. Minister also called for creating awareness against stealing Intellectual Property Rights and stressed on the need for participation of society in the effort. Mascot IP Nani is a tech-savvy grandmother who helps the government and enforcement agencies in combating IP crimes with the help of her grandson “Chhotu” aka Aditya. The IP mascot will spread awareness about the importance of Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) among people, especially children, in an interesting manner. This character is also in line with the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) campaign for the World IP Day which celebrates the brilliance, ingenuity, curiosity and courage of the women who are driving change in our world and shaping our common future. It also highlighted that how a strong IP system can support innovative and creative women and indeed everyone in their quest to bring their amazing ideas to the market. lPRs are increasingly becoming crucial drivers of social and economic growth by encouraging creativity and innovation. Realizing the importance of IPRs, the National IPR Policy was approved by the Union Cabinet on 12th May 2016. The first and foremost objective of the Policy is “IPR Awareness: Outreach and Promotion”. Under this objective, one of the key focus areas is awareness on IPR for school children, as it is essential to nurture creativity and the ability to innovate starting out from a young age. In this context, the Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM), a professional body under the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) collaborated with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EU-IPO) to produce a series of animated videos on IPRs for children with IP Nani as their central character. CIPAM has been conducting IPR awareness workshops for school students since April 2017. Till date, CIPAM has reached out to over 100 schools sensitizing over 8,000 students on IPRs. Additionally, CIPAM also engaged with the National Council of Educational Research & Training (NCERT) to curate content on IPRs. As a result, for the first time ever IPRs have been exclusively included in the NCERT textbook for Class 12 school syllabus. These efforts are aimed at inspiring the next generation of creators and innovators to become proud IP owners.
  8. For the twelfth TM contest, we have: iou1name's TM Contest Theme: Dicks For the next week, all newly uploaded English-language torrents with the tags big.penis, cockslapping, dick.growth, dicknipples, futanari, horse.cock, huge.penis, multiple.penises, penis.birth, or wall.dicks are contest-qualifying. Users that upload at least 5 contest-qualifying torrents will receive a reward of: 1000 nips per qualifying upload In addition, the top three users with the most qualifying uploads will respectively receive: The 1st place contest-winner badge The 2nd place contest-winner badge The 3rd place contest-winner badge As usual, adding contest-qualifying tags to uploads that don't warrant them will result in disqualification. Please remember that the big.penis tag requires a penis at least as large as the owner's forearm, and the huge.penis tag requires a penis as large as the owner's torso. Keep up with the scores using the contest page!
  9. We recently decided to give a 25 GB upload buffer for new accounts. Upon doing this, we decided to give ALL our users the same bonus. Due to a glitch in the code the tracker had DOUBLED everyone's upload amount! Although we appreciate everyone's honesty, please refrain from submitting staff messages in regard to your upload/ratio. We have decided to just let it be and consider it a THANK YOU for your contribution! Seed till' you Bleed!- The BHD Crew
  10. Brits who want to watch adult material without handing over their credit card details may soon have to buy 'porn pass' codes from their local dairy. But there's doubt such a system will do much to stop kids accessing material they shouldn't be. Later this year, the UK government will require websites with age-restricted material to verify users' ages before letting them in. "The Government is committed to keeping children safe from harmful pornographic content online and that is exactly what we are doing," Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley said when the new rules were announced in late 2016. "Only adults should be allowed to view such content. If sites refuse to comply, they should be blocked." Fines for websites that don't abide by the rules face fines of up to £250,000 (NZ$486,000). The system was due to go live in April, but has been pushed back until a workable age verification system can be put in place. Since not everyone's comfortable handing over their credit card details to porn merchants, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has proposed selling 'porn passes' at corner stores and newsagents, reports The Telegraph. The 16-digit codes would cost around £10 (NZ$19.44), and shopkeepers would have to check the buyer's age, much like they do now for alcohol and cigarettes. Director of technology at NetSafe Sean Lyons says it'll stop some kids, but not all. "With any technological solution, there are also technological route-arounds," he told Newshub. "Eventually, somebody will work it out." One simple method will be to use what's known as a VPN - a virtual private network - which makes it so your internet connection appears to be coming from a different country. "Does this connection look like it comes from Britain? If so, switch on age verification," said Mr Lyons. "If it says it comes from the British Virgin Islands, they've got free rein." Others include cheap prepaid credit cards and just plain hacking. Hackers regularly 'crack' software that requires a code to install, offering piracy software known as 'keygens' - short for key generator - by figuring out the algorithm used to generate valid keys. It's not clear if any of the 'porn pass' systems would have workarounds for this, or be able to prevent 'brute force' hackers who use software to try every combination possible until one works. The BBFC won't run the 'porn pass' system, but will ensure operators that do meet "high standards". "We expect data security to be a high priority in the BBFC's guidance on age verification arrangements," a spokesperson told The Telegraph. Mr Lyons believes the decentralised system will give kids several different ways to get in. "There are different technologies that work in different ways, therefore there will be lots of different ways of getting around it." And people might not be happy that private companies will be the gatekeepers to adult material online, even if the data is - in theory - anonymised. "If we build these kinds of databases of people that are legitimately signing up for the use of adult content sites, every time I hear these stories it reminds me of what happens with Ashley Madison." Ashley Madison was a dating site aimed at people looking to cheat on their partners, which two years ago suffered a devastating data leak - thousands of people's affairs being released online for all to see. The 'porn pass' idea is currently undergoing public consultation.
  11. Actor Vishal has responded to the piracy-related allegations made against him. Speaking to The Times of India, he said that allegation being made is a huge one and he said that there should be proof to substantiate it. Noting that the Kerala police has caught the admins of TamilRockers (a piracy site), he told the publication that the Tamil Film Producers’ Council (TFPC) was trying to cut the source of the pirated films. He said that there should be thorough vigilance for four days after a film's release inside a theatre. He insisted that accounts had been maintained from all expenses and no one could misappropriate funds or take money under that table. He further said that the "industry is going in a righteous path and let our actions speak louder than words." Last week, a whistleblower website Savukku Online had alleged that Vishal had made a deal with Lyca Productions wherein he would not expose their piracy websites in return for them bankrolling his films, reported The News Minute. Vishal had reportedly got a report from a private investigating agency which pointed to Lyca Productions being involved in piracy. He had then gone to the company for a deal to get his future films bankrolled. After the allegations were made public some Tamil film producers had demanded that Vishal be removed from his post as the chief of TFPC, according to The New Indian Express. There were other issues raised with Vishal's leadership too, as producer K Radhakrishnan told a press meet attended by almost 40 producers, "Vishal got elected to office in April 2017. When he assumed office, he said he will resign in 11 months if he doesn’t deliver on his promises and it has been 14 months and he still has not delivered."
  12. The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'Black Panther' tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Avengers: Infinity War'. 'Ready Player One' completes the top three. This week we have two newcomers in our chart. Black Panther is the most downloaded movie for the second week in a row. The data for our weekly download chart is estimated by TorrentFreak, and is for informational and educational reference only. All the movies in the list are Web-DL/Webrip/HDRip/BDrip/DVDrip unless stated otherwise. RSS feed for the weekly movie download chart. This week’s most downloaded movies are: Movie Rank Rank last week Movie name IMDb Rating / Trailer Most downloaded movies via torrents 1 (1) Black Panther 7.9 / trailer 2 (2) Avengers: Infinity War (HDCam) 9.1 / trailer 3 (3) Game Night 7.3 / trailer 4 (…) Ready Player One 7.8 / trailer 5 (9) 4.2 / trailer 6 (5) 12 Strong 6.8 / trailer 7 (…) Red Sparrow 6.7 / trailer 8 (8) Den of Thieves 7.0 / trailer 9 (10) Thor: Ragnarok 7.9 / trailer 10 (4) Anon 6.1 / trailer Source: Torrentfreak.com
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  14. TOKYO/FUKUOKA -- The Fukuoka Prefectural Police force and other authorities are investigating the Mangamura website on suspicion of carrying pirated manga and violating the Copyright Act, sources close to the investigation have disclosed. Fukuoka Prefectural Police and other law enforcers embarked on the investigation after receiving criminal complaints from major publishers. The estimated damage from the piracy on the Mangamura site, which was shut down this past April, and other websites is said to total hundreds of billions of yen, prompting the government to take countermeasures. According to the investigative sources and those linked to the publishers, Kodansha Ltd. and three other publishers filed criminal complaints with Fukuoka Prefectural Police, Oita Prefectural Police and other law enforcers last year, claiming that the Mangamura site violated their copyrights. The complaints, which were lodged against an unknown suspect or suspects, were filed on behalf of manga artists who are copyright holders to the pirated works, including Hajime Isayama and Eiichiro Oda, known for their wildly popular "Shingeki no Kyojin" ("Attack on Titan," published by Kodansha) and "One Piece" (Shueisha Inc.), respectively. According to an expert versed in internet issues, the domain of the Mangamura website is owned by a website production company based in the Seychelles in the Indian Ocean. A closer look at the domain of a separate website created by the same company has led investigators to a U.S. company apparently set up by a Japanese man, who was possibly involved in the Mangamura website. Fukuoka and Oita prefectural police are also aware of the situation and are stepping up their investigations to identify the developer of the Mangamura site. Following its launch in January 2016, Mangamura became enormously popular by word of mouth mainly among young readers. Since the website collected no fees from its readers, it is suspected to have been operated using ad revenue. The website became inaccessible in April, though it is unclear whether the operator voluntarily shut it down. According to the Content Overseas Distribution Association (CODA), the Mangamura site was accessed approximately 620 million times between September 2017 and February 2018, leading the CODA to estimate that the copyright violation damage during that period amounted to 319.2 billion yen. In April, the government asked internet service providers to block access to Mangamura and two other websites hosting pirated manga works. While some criticized the move, saying it could infringe upon secrecy of communication guaranteed under the Constitution, the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. group of companies announced its intention to comply. The publishers concerned have been busy taking countermeasures against the online piracy, repeatedly asking the site operators to remove pirated comics. When reached by the Mainichi Shimbun, a Kodansha representative admitted that the publisher filed a criminal complaint, but declined to reveal who is its subject. Shueisha and other publishers also acknowledged that they have consulted with investigative organizations, but declined to disclose the details.
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