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  2. The Federal Communications Commission has drafted its 2019 Broadband Deployment Report, and in it the agency claims the digital divide between Americans with and without access to high-speed internet has "narrowed substantially." "For the past two years, closing the digital divide has been the FCC’s top priority," said FCC chairman Ajit Pai (PDF). "We’ve been tackling this problem by removing barriers to infrastructure investment, promoting competition, and providing efficient, effective support for rural broadband expansion through our Connect America Fund." Pai seems to be referencing the roll back of net neutrality regulations, which he spearheaded after being appointed chairman. However, that is not what some are taking issue with in the report. Instead, it's the numbers, and what they represent. According to the draft report, access to a fixed broadband connection that meets the FCC's benchmark speed of 25Mbps down and 3Mbps up has dropped by over 25 percent, from 26.1 million Americans at the end of 2016 to 19.4 million at the end of 2017. In addition, the report points out that most of those who gained access to broadband connections—5.6 million Americans—live in rural areas. "This report shows that our approach is working," Pai added. As noticed by Engadget, Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel disagrees with Pai's assessment, and she let it be known on Twitter. Interestingly, the draft report's data differs from a recent American Broadband Initiative (ABI) report, which indicated more than 24 million Americans lack access to 25Mbps/3Mbps speeds. That figure is higher than the entire populations of New York (20 million) or Florida (21 million). Regardless of what the actual numbers are, Rosenworcel's contention is that millions of households lack access to high-speed service, and therefore broadband is not being "deployed on a reasonable and timely basis" as the draft report indicates. The report also points to an increase of nearly 20 percent to 290.9 million Americans who have access to 100Mbps/10Mbps fixed broadband speeds. Out of those, 205.2 million have access to 250Mbs/50Mbps speeds, which is up 45 percent. The FCC will vote on the draft report in the coming weeks.
  3. Streaming TV provider Omniverse has responded to the lawsuit filed by the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) last week. The company says it supports ACE's anti-piracy efforts and suggests that it too is a victim of piracy. The company hopes to resolve the matter swiftly. Based on the original complaint, this could mean that they will have to change their channel offering. Last week, several major Hollywood studios, Amazon, and Netflix filed a lawsuit against Omniverse One World Television. Under the flag of anti-piracy group ACE, the companies accused Omniverse and its owner Jason DeMeo of supplying of pirate streaming channels to various IPTV services. Omniverse doesn’t offer any streaming boxes but sells live-streaming services to third-party distributors, such as Dragon Box, HDHomerun, Flixon TV, and SkyStream TV, which in turn offer live TV streaming packages to customers. According to ACE, Omniverse offered these channels without permission from its members. As such, the company is now branded as a pirate streaming TV supplier. Omniverse initially didn’t respond but in a statement sent to TorrentFreak a few hours ago, the company states that, even though it doesn’t agree with the allegations, it supports ACE’s anti-piracy efforts. “While Omniverse disagrees with the substance and the specifics of the allegations made against the company in a recent California court filing, we are highly supportive of the mission that the plaintiffs and their partners in the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) are carrying out,” the company says. With a lawsuit from some of the most powerful entertainment industry companies hanging over its head, Omniverse says that it intends to quickly and constructively resolve the concerns of the ACE members. “It is our belief that when this process is complete, that both sides will be satisfied with the outcome,” the company notes. In its statement, Omniverse further suggests that there may be some misunderstanding, stating that the company is also a victim of “unlicensed” distribution. “Omniverse believes there is no place in the industry for media pirates and, consistent with the plaintiffs, believes their legitimate business has been harmed by the unlicensed distribution of media content,” the company writes. Although Omniverse is the legal target, many other companies are directly affected by the lawsuit. This includes Silicondust, which operates the HDHomeRun Premium service. Theodore Head, President of SiliconDust, told Cord Cutters News that it’s aware of this risk and that it is trying to find a way to cope with the potential fallout for its customers. “SiliconDust is not a party of the lawsuit, but we can be indirectly affected by Omniverse not able to continue their service and so we are in the process of finding out a way to best mitigate any potential interruptions to our service and will let our customers know as soon as we know if there will be any change to the current services,” Head said. Omniverse itself will also try to address the matter and prevent any major disruptions, but it’s unknown whether it can continue with the same channels. According to ACE, several channels were offered without permission from rightsholders, so that’s one of the key issues to be resolved. The finer details of the allegations and Omniverse’s response will likely become apparent as the case progresses. Source: TorrentFreak
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  5. Non-Nordic Subtitles Welcome to a more future-focused mindset on NordicBits. We have chosen to open up the possibility of creating uploads that fall outside our normal upload rules. Therefore, we have introduced: - TV non-Nordic - Film non-Nordic Needless to say, we would like to see uploads, with at least one of the Nordic languages, as subtitles, as it is normal for our users, here on the page - but with these categories, we now make it possible to "bypass" this rule. The setset around these categories is just to give people the opportunity to watch their favorite movies / series when they are released, and then supplement their collection, with the same release, with lyrics. We look at the development over the future - and of course expect this action to work. These releases will NOT come in sticky, as sticky is reserved for normal Nordic releases that are in line with normal upload rules
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  12. Downloading and sharing copyrighted content is illegal in the UK but is rarely associated with serious consequences. However, it's now been revealed that 93 students at a single university had their Internet access suspended following allegations of piracy. Downloading and sharing copyrighted content without permission is illegal everywhere in the EU. It doesn’t matter whether users obtain infringing content via BitTorrent sites, web streaming services, or their favorite Kodi addon, doing so is potentially actionable under existing law. A minority of users discover this the hard way (particularly in countries like Germany and Sweden) when they receive a demand for cash from copyright trolls who track their activities when using BitTorrent. In reality, however, most small-time pirates are able to carry on with their activities relatively unhindered, since the mainstream movie and music companies rarely chase down individuals for settlement or prosecution. But that doesn’t mean they’re not watching and that some people can suffer serious consequences. Back in 2017, a UK student made international headlines after she downloaded and shared the movie Chicken Run using BitTorrent. What was unusual about this case is that she did so using her university’s WiFi, which was monitored by an anti-piracy company working for the film’s owners. What followed was a 20-day ban from Eduroam (education roaming), a worldwide roaming access service developed for the international research and education community. Eduroam allows students and staff to access the Internet across campus and other participating sites, unless they’re currently under a suspension for piracy, of course. And, it transpires, that is more common than one might think. According to The Tab Network, which describes itself as a “guerilla army of bold and subversive student reporters across the country”, a staggering 93 students at the University of Sheffield in the UK were banned from the Eduraom network between 2017 and 2018 following copyright complaints. The surprising statistic was obtained following a Freedom of Information request. The details suggest that those downloading movies and TV shows are most at risk of being tracked by anti-piracy companies. While dozens of titles are listed, the most complained about content is listed as follows: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (6) Rick and Morty (5) Ghost in the Shell (4) IT (4) South Park (4) The Accountant (3) While most of the titles in the full list appear new or relatively so, it’s clear that entertainment industry groups are monitoring films from decades ago. The Naked Gun 2 (1991) is one such example but complaints were also received for The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather Part II (1974), despite both movies moving dangerously close to half a century old. As the full list indicates, TV shows were also complained about regularly, with Rick and Morty and South Park unsurprisingly proving popular with students. Various episodes of MTV’s reality show Geordie Shore featured in a number of complaints too, as did Impractical Jokers. That downloading and sharing highbrow material such as Geordie Shaw has resulted in an Internet ban for many Sheffield University students must come as a disappointment to those involved, but they can’t claim they weren’t warned. While the University does allow the use of peer-to-peer software such as BitTorrent, it does not permit the sharing of copyrighted content and appears to have a robust process in place to deal with allegations. “University computing facilities (including any University provided connection to the Internet) must not be used to copy or distribute copyright material without authorization of the copyright owner. This includes movies, music, software and electronic books,” the facility’s copyright policy states. “The use of University facilities in breach of copyright law is a serious matter, which can damage the good name of the University and is against University Regulations and English Law. “Material that is proven to infringe the law or is in breach of University policy will be removed. Users found to be in breach of this policy may have their accounts temporarily or permanently suspended and/or face disciplinary action,” it adds. While the anti-piracy companies monitoring these movies and TV shows are happy to catch any infringer in their dragnets, there can be little doubt that they absolutely know that in these cases they are targeting students. It’s up for debate whether having an education disrupted is an appropriate and proportionate response to small-time infringements but given that this type of peer-to-peer piracy has been chased down for almost two decades, students really can’t complain that they don’t know the risks. Source: TorrentFreak
  13. Hollywood's Motion Picture Association has a voluntary agreement with the Indian domain registry NIXI to suspend pirate sites that use false Whois data. This is seen as an effective anti-piracy tool on top of site blocking. In addition, rightsholders also praise India's Cyber Digital Crime Unit, which helped to suspend more than 200 pirate domains. Besides website blocking, which is gradually spreading all over the world, targeting the domain names of pirate sites is considered to be a somewhat effective anti-piracy tool. For years, copyright holders and local enforcement authorities have reached out to domain registries and registrars, asking these companies to terminate sites for alleged copyright infringements. In addition, Hollywood’s MPAA also struck voluntary deals with companies in the domain name industry, to suspend the domain names of infringing sites. While these agreements are criticized by some outsiders, the participating parties appear to be happy with it. Recently we learned of a relatively new voluntary agreement that also targets pirate domains, but not for copyright infringement. The International Intellectual Property Alliance’s (IIPA) latest submission to the US Government explains that Hollywood’s MPA has a voluntary agreement with the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) and India’s Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP). Under this agreement, which has been in place for a while, copyright holders can report “pirate” sites with an .IN domain. Not for copyright infringement, but because they used false Whois data to register the domain in question. “In 2017, the Motion Picture Association (MPA) agreed to a voluntary arrangement with DIPP and NIXI to suspend infringing websites based on false whois information; it focused on domains in breach of statutory and contractual obligations to maintain accurate and complete whois information,” IIPA writes. As far as we know this deal hasn’t been made public until now. However, it is seen by copyright holders as an effective anti-piracy tool in addition to site blocking. “This [agreement] has led to disruption of dozens of websites in India and should be considered an additional enforcement tool to traditional enforcement or site blocking,” IIPA notes. The ‘false Whois’ suspensions are not the only domain name actions taken in India. The relatively new Maharashtra Cyber Digital Crime Unit (MCDCU) is also taking action against pirate sites, which resulted in suspensions of more than 200 domains. The Digital Crime Unit has taken a page from the City of London Police, reporting sites that are suspected of crimes to various domain registrars. “In addition, since 2017, the MCDCU has suspended 203 domains impacting approximately 160 million users accessing these sites per month. In conjunction with fighting to suspend these domains, convicting those involved in content theft is also under the MCDCU’s jurisdiction.” It’s unclear how many domain registrars rejected the suspension requests from the Digital Crime Unit. A few years ago we revealed that most domain name registrars refused to suspend domains based on a mere accusation from the City of London Police. In addition to domain suspension, the Indian unit was also involved in other enforcement actions. This includes including the arrests of four people in connection to a leaked episode of Game of Thrones last year, which was covered by news media all around the world. IIPA notes that there is still plenty of improvement possible when it comes to copyright enforcement and anti-piracy actions in India. It is happy with the help from MCDCU and NIXI though and encourages these outfits to continue their “excellent work” suspending domain names. Source: TorrentFreak
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