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  1. AutoClose is a free for non-commercial use program that gives Windows users options to close programs automatically at a specific time. It may sometimes be useful to close a particular program at a specific time or after some time has passed. Say, you want a download program like qBittorrent to run all night but exit in the morning. Or, you would like to play a game or be on Facebook but only for one hour. While you can do so manually if you are at the PC and have the willpower to do so, it may sometimes be easier if a program automates the task for you. AutoClose supports two main modes of operation: terminate programs after the selected amount of time has passed or close programs at a specific day and time. Installation of the program is straightforward. It is compatible with all recent versions of the Windows operating system starting with Windows XP and can be run right when setup completes. There is also a portable version available that does not need to be installed. AutoClose Review https://www.ghacks.net/wp-content/up...close-main.png The main program interface looks a bit dated but that should never be a problem if the functionality is great. First thing you need to do is click on the "Add a task" button to add a new program to the list of applications that you want terminated at a specific time. The screen that opens provides all configuration options that AutoClose supports. You may drag the target symbol on a program window to pick it for the new auto-close task or select one of the running processes from the listing instead. Hit the refresh button to update the process listing. Note that the program needs to be running; you can't add programs to AutoClose that are not running. https://www.ghacks.net/wp-content/up.../autoclose.png Once you have selected a program you may configure the auto-closing parameters. Here you may select interval to terminate the selected program after a set period or specific time to close it at a specific time of the year, e.g. December 24th at 8:00 in the morning. You may also select a task that you want AutoClose to run after it has terminated the application. Available for selection are power-state changes, e.g. shut down the PC, log the active user off, or put it into sleep/hibernate. Note that you may create an empty task as well to configure automatic shutdowns or reboots of the system without account termination. Closing Words and verdict AutoClose is a useful program for users who want to close programs automatically on their devices. The current version of the application has two limitations: first, that it removes tasks that it has completed. There is no option to schedule the termination of tasks so that certain programs are terminated regularly. Second, that you can't use it to run a program after a task has completed. An option to restart the closed program could be useful as well, for instance when a program uses a lot of memory after some time. You may also want to check out DShutdown, a long-standing shutdown program.
  2. Bookmarks Clean Up is a browser extension for the Google Chrome web browser that adds bookmark clean up options to the browser. Chrome users who use the browser's bookmarking functionality extensively will run into broken, redirecting or duplicate bookmarks eventually. While it may be possible to go through the list of bookmarks manually to find duplicate ones or those that are broken, automation may speed up the process significantly. Bookmarks Clean Up https://www.ghacks.net/wp-content/up...s-clean-up.png Bookmarks Clean Up is a well designed browser extension for Chrome to assist users when it comes to the process. Find and remove duplicated bookmarks manually and in batches, get rid of broken bookmark links and empty folders. Installation of the extension is straightforward. The extension requires permissions to read and change bookmarks, and to read and change data on all visited websites. The second permission is required for the broken link checking component of the extension as it is used to verify if a page loads and does not return errors. It suggests to create a backup of the bookmarks before you run any operations; a sound advice considering that it is impossible to restore deleted bookmarks in the Chrome browser. To backup bookmarks in Chrome do the following: Open the Bookmarks Manager in the browser by loading this URL in the address bar: chrome://bookmarks/ Select Menu > Export Bookmarks. Pick a location to store the bookmarks. The extension displays all available options in the interface when you activate it with a click on the extension icon in Chrome's main toolbar. The following options are provided: Find duplicate bookmarks. Remove empty folders. Merge duplicate folders. Find broken URLs. Remove empty folders deletes all bookmarks folders without any bookmarks and merge duplicate folders merges folders and the bookmarks they contain. Find duplicate bookmarks checks all bookmarks against each other to find bookmarks that are dupes. These duplicate bookmarks are displayed in groups in the interface afterward. Options are provided to delete select bookmark entries only or delete duplicate bookmarks in bulk instead. The broken link checker verifies that bookmarks point to resources that are still available. It lists all bookmarks that return error codes such as 403 or 404, and provides the same options to remove some or all of them. https://www.ghacks.net/wp-content/up...nk-checker.png A click on Settings opens preferences for the broken link checker. You can set the maximum number of concurrent requests, the delay between requests, and the request timeout there. Closing Words and verdict Bookmarks Clean Up is a useful browser extension for Google Chrome to find duplicate and broken bookmarks in the browser. An alternative for Chrome is the long-standing extension Bookmark Scanner which supports similar functionality. Firefox users may want to check out Bookmarks Organizer.
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  7. From a staff member, on Bitme's IRC: "I just would like to announce that after little feedback from others and from what I know about the current situation, the chances of us coming back online are VERY slim. I'll update if I hear anything further, BUT personally I think it's the end. I am so sorry it has come to this and I HOPE I am wrong."
  8. Roadshow is targeting four sites that provide access to allegedly copyright-infringing subtitles for TV shows and movies, with Addic7ed, opensubtitles.org, Subscene, and YIFY subtitles under aim. Roadshow has continued its legal battle against piracy sites, telling the Australian Federal Court that four websites providing access to subtitle files are infringing its copyright. According to counsel for Roadshow, the four subtitle websites under aim are Addic7ed, opensubtitles.org, Subscene, and YIFY subtitles, which all do "nothing else except offer subtitles that infringe copyright". The application to have the court order blocks against these websites is "no different" from the rest of the piracy site-block applications, she said, despite being a new type of site to be blocked with no audio or visual content. The case management hearing was adjourned, with Justice Nicholas to evaluate whether the subtitle sites meet the requirements of being websites hosted overseas that are deemed to exist for the primary purpose of infringing or facilitating infringement of copyright under Section 115A under the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act, which passed both houses of Parliament in mid-2015. Vocus and TPG have not filed submitting appearances, but Telstra, Optus, and Vodafone Australia have. Back in August, Roadshow had taken aim at websites offering access to scripts with subtitle files that can be combined with movies and TV shows. As well as the four subtitle sites, the case -- being brought by Roadshow Films alongside the world's largest producers of Chinese media content, TVBO Productions and Television Broadcasts (TVB), and Madman Entertainment, which is the exclusive licensee of Japanese anime content -- is targeting 151 domains in total. "People have recorded from the motion pictures or the programs -- the video content -- then translated the words into different languages, and then those websites make available files that contain the subtitles in those languages," counsel explained in August. "Users can download those and then using video programs can combine those with the [films] ... they can combine the two and watch them." No ISPs showed up for the case management hearing on Tuesday, after last year establishing the procedure of not being present during piracy site-blocking trials. Another successful Federal Court case by Roadshow in April had resulted in Australia's internet service providers being ordered to block 16 online locations of alleged piracy websites due to their use by smart TV boxes, with TVB/TVBO winning a similar case last month. In June, the Federal Court ordered Australia's internet service providers to block another swathe of allegedly illegal torrenting and streaming websites, after just one day after the one-hour hearing. That hearing had seen counsel for Foxtel present evidence against 11 to 15 torrent websites and 10 streaming sites, including streaming site HDO and torrenting sites ETTV and Torrents.me, as well as a new version of the Pirate Bay, which was blocked years ago under a previous Foxtel case. Previous site-blocking hearings saw content owners including Foxtel successfully seek blocks against Kickass Torrents, and more than 200 additional alleged piracy sites. Under the initial ruling, rights holders are to pay a AU$50 fee per domain they want to block, with the websites to be blocked within 15 business days. The Australian government opened consultation on the piracy site-blocking laws in mid February, with the Department of Communications seeking feedback on the effectiveness and efficiency of the mechanism, whether the application process and injunctions are operating well, and whether any amendments are required. Research from Australia's Department of Communications in August showed that for the third year in a row, online copyright infringement rates have dropped off across TV series, movies, and music, with the finding that consumers are increasingly paying for digital content. "This trend is probably driven by paid streaming services such as Netflix and Stan, which have been shown to experience dramatic popularity over the past few years and negates the need for consumers to source the content using other means," the department noted.
  9. Attendance at Russian cinemas has increased by nearly 40% over the past three years thanks largely to the fight against Internet piracy, Alexander Zharov, director of the Russian federal telecom regulator Roskomnadzor, reported during a meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. Since the beginning of the anti-piracy campaign in 2015, Roskomnadzor has shut down nearly 6,000 websites with illegal content and forced another 11,000 websites to permanently delete stolen intellectual-property items, Zharov noted. Just a few years ago, the Russian Internet was “a real pirates’ bay,” as every single movie, both Russian and foreign, appeared on pirates’ websites immediately after its release on big screens, according to Zharov. As a result, the legal cinema business suffered heavy losses, he added. Although the anti-piracy campaign in Russia is gaining momentum, recent research shows that claims that the pirates have been defeated are actually far from the truth. In 2018, pirates stole and posted on the Internet every second movie released on big screens, according to research conducted by Group-IB. There are 90 million active Internet users in Russia and on average every user watches 110 stolen films on the pirates’ websites or downloads films from them each year. All in all, the overall number of queries on search engines such as “watch movie for free,” which lead to pirates’ websites, totaled 10 billion in 2017, Group-IB estimated.
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