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  1. I have a buffered orpheus account with original email for sell. Payment via paypal only. Please PM me with your price.
  2. @Coldsoul I'm applying for this giveaway. Like added and ready to show proof if needed (please pm me for proof). The invite will be used for personal use.
  3. Giveaway over. @Black Panther won the invite. @Nope. (or another staff member) please lock this thread.
  4. Dear WOPERS, We are proud of the announce you our new torrent tracker. FeedThe.Club (FTC) The content has the same features as WOP. We decided to make such a change in order to give you a better presentation. Site URL: feedthe.club IRC Server: irc.feedthe.club IRC SSL Port: 6697 IRC Announce Channel: #announce IRC Help Channel: #help Happy torrenting
  5. As the music industry takes sides in the public war between Taylor Swift and Scooter Braun after he bought her former label and acquired her catalog, legal experts are in agreement: The artist likely doesn't have grounds for a lawsuit. Swift on Sunday sparked an internet frenzy over artists' rights after it was announced that a company fronted by Braun would pay $300 million for Big Machine Label Group, which owns the master recordings for six Swift albums going back to when she was 15 years old. In a lengthy Tumblr post, she claimed she was blindsided by the news and wasn't given the opportunity to buy her masters, adding that Braun has bullied her for years and his owning her work is her "worst case scenario." Meanwhile, Braun's wife, Yael Cohen, and Big Machine CEO Scott Borchetta defended the deal, with Borchetta claiming he sent Swift a text before the announcement and that her dad could have learned about the sale during a shareholders call last week because he owns a stake in the company. Borchetta also said the last deal memo he sent to Swift, which he posted a partial screenshot of online, would have given the artist ownership of everything she had created — and she rejected the deal in favor of moving her business to Universal Music Group. Swift is represented by veteran Beverly Hills attorney Don Passman, who on Tuesday sent The Hollywood Reporter a statement about that aspect of the dispute: “Scott Borchetta never gave Taylor Swift an opportunity to purchase her masters, or the label, outright with a check in the way he is now apparently doing for others.” Whichever version of the story is most accurate doesn't much matter in terms of Swift's legal options, according to music attorneys consulted by THR. The bottom line: This is a personal issue, not a legal one. "She has no legal recourse," says music specialist Howard King, who represents artists including Kanye West (an on-and-off Braun client), Pharrell Williams and Avenged Sevenfold. "The masters are the record company’s property. There's nothing in a contract that says they can’t sell it to another company. In fact, it happens all the time. There’s no key man clause in these recording agreements." Nashville-based entertainment and music lawyer Derek Crownover agrees it's unlikely Swift would sue, especially since she's already left the label. "The devil is in the details," he says. "But from the satellite view, I don’t see any legal ramifications that could come of this, unless there were restrictions on the sale of the masters to third parties." Theoretically, he says, such an agreement could contain a right to match an offer for the masters — but that's uncommon. James Sammataro, who represents both artists and companies in the music industry, says there may be a confidentiality provision that could have been breached when Borchetta posted the proposed deal terms online, but it's just as likely that he could argue Swift breached it first by posting on Tumblr. Still, he says, "I don't think it's going to result in litigation of any sort." The angst artists feel over not owning their masters certainly isn't new. Music royalty like Prince, Jay-Z and Janet Jackson have publicly complained about not owning the physical manifestation of their work. (Those three artists successfully gained control.) But even before Swift's online missive, the topic has recently been in the spotlight because of a New York Times Magazine exposé titled "The Day the Music Burned." The June 11 feature about the 2008 Universal Studios fire brought to light for the first time exactly how many master recordings were destroyed when the vault they were stored in was swept up in the blaze. Universal Music Group and NBCUniversal reached a settlement in 2013, but a fresh round of litigation hit UMG last month. A $100 million class action lawsuit was filed by the estates of Tom Petty and Tupac Shakur, bands Soundgarden and Hole, and Grammy-winning artist Steve Earle. (King's firm is representing plaintiffs, alongside McPherson LLP and Susman Godfrey.) As for Swift, she could offer to write Braun a check, but King questions why she'd spend that kind of money when she owns everything she makes from here on out and has a highly anticipated album due out later this summer. (She could also refuse to play her old music in live shows, thus diminishing the value of the songs, assuming her fans won't freak out.) King suspects the situation will defuse as the news cycle shifts. "This too shall pass," he says. "Her new album will be a huge success, and she’ll get far more of the profits than she used to get." Sammataro also notes that Swift will still have some control over certain exploitations of her masters that require permission from the owner of the underlying composition. For example, a film studio can't license "Shake It Off" for a movie without the green light from both Braun and Swift. And public pressure arising from this situation might make Braun think twice about exploiting her work in ways she wouldn't be happy with, even if he's within his rights to do so. "Any time Taylor brings attention to an issue it gets magnified," says Sammataro, noting how Swift successfully nudged Apple in 2015 to change how it pays for music. "She has a very loud megaphone and she’s not afraid to use it. She’s had great success in effectuating change." Crownover says the most significant takeaway from this whole mess isn't a legal lesson for artists, but the $300 million boost for Nashville — a city that has long been overlooked by investors in favor of the flashier markets like New York and Los Angeles. "It’s big business now," he says. "It’s not just country records that top out at a million in sales. It’s Taylor Swift. It's The Black Keys. It's becoming a genre-less town, and the private equity firms are making deals here where they never did before." Thanks to Ashley Cullins over at the Hollywood Reporter for the story.
  6. "There’s never a good time to have to do this," stated CEO Mitch Lowe. Are the end credits near for MoviePass? The company says its taking a temporary break. The once high-flying but now embattled theater subscription platform has halted its service just as the July 4 holiday box office weekend gets into swing. MoviePass said its service was halted at 5 am ET on Thursday and may take "several weeks" for it to resume service while it undergoes unspecified "improvements" to its mobile app. In March, the company had brought back its $9.95 a month plan as a promotional offering, but with many restrictions. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange commission that same month the company noted an "overstatement of subscription revenue" in the third quarter of 2018. It did not disclose the number of subscribers it had. The company stated that the halting of its service was temporary but moviegoers won't be able to subscribe during the platform's time on hiatus. "There’s never a good time to have to do this," said MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe in a statement. "But to complete the improved version of our app, one that we believe will provide a much better experience for our subscribers, it has to be done." The fortunes for MoviePass have declined as the company suffered a cash crunch and pivoted to multiple business strategies in the course of a single year. The service once made headlines for a model that seemed to promise, essentially, 30 movie tickets for the price of one. But it wasn't able to sustain that pricing plan. MoviePass' subscription app rival, Sinemia, shut down its U.S. service in late April, saying that its effort to "raise the funds required to continue operations have not been sufficient." However, the movie theater subscription service model has taken off even as MoviePass has faded. The companies that have been seeming to make it work have been the theater chains themselves. AMC Theatres' own subscription service, AMC Stubs A-List, now counts more than 860,000 subscribers as of the end of June. Theater giant Cinemark's Movie Club passed the 500,000 subscriber mark earlier this year. And the smaller Alamo Drafthouse chain has unveiled plans to get into the subsciption game, planning to charge $20 a year for a service to launch by the end of the year. Thanks to Hollywood Reporter for the news.
  7. Netflix is adding an assortment of titles this July, giving subscribers a new batch of streaming options to beat the summer heat. The highly anticipated new season of Stranger Things will be returning to Netflix on July 4 after an extensive hiatus that lasted nearly two years. The seventh and final season of Orange Is the New Black will also be released in July along with new seasons of Queer Eye and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Other TV debuts on Netflix in July include Designated Survivor: 60 Days, the Korean adaption of the Kiefer Sutherland starrer; the second seasons of Workin' Moms and The Let Down; Another Life; and the Tia Mowry-starring sitcom Family Reunion. As for movies, hits like Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns, Inglourious Basterds, Taxi Driver, Philadelphia, The Hangover and Rain Man will make their way to the platform. Netflix original movies set to hit the streamer in July include Cambridge Analytica doc The Great Hack; Point Blank, starring Anthony Mackie and Frank Grillo; and the mockumentary Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein. Missed last month? See June's additions here. Missed what is leaving Netflix in July? See here. Read on for the complete list of Netflix's July TV show and movie additions. July 1st Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore Astro Boy Caddyshack Caddyshack 2 Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005) Cheech & Chong's Up in Smoke Cloverfield Designated Survivor: 60 Days Disney's Race to Witch Mountain Frozen River Inkheart Katherine Ryan: Glitter Room Kill the Irishman Lady in the Water Little Monsters Mean Dreams Mean Streets Megamind Nights in Rodanthe Paul Blart: Mall Cop Philadelphia Rain Man Road House Room on the Broom Scream 3 Starsky & Hutch Swiped Swordfish Taxi Driver The Accountant of Auschwitz The American The Book of Eli The Brothers Grimm The Hangover The Pink Panther The Pink Panther 2 War Against Women Who's That Knocking at My Door? July 2 Bangkok Love Stories: Objects of Affection Bangkok Love Stories: Plead Good Witch: Season 4 July 3 The Last Czars Yummy Mummies: Season 2 July 4 Kakegurui: Season 2 Stranger Things 3 July 5 In The Dark: Season 1 July 6 Free Rein: Season 3 The Iron Lady Sicilian Ghost Story July 9 Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns Kinky July 10 Family Reunion Grand Designs: Season 10 Grand Designs: Season 15 Parchís: El documental July 11 Cities of Last Things July 12 3Below: Tales of Arcadia: Part 2 4 latas Blown Away Bonus Family: Season 3 Extreme Engagement Kidnapping Stella Luis Miguel – The Series: Season 1 Point Blank Smart People Taco Chronicles True Tunes: Songs July 13 Sorry Angel July 16 The Break-Up Disney’s Princess and the Frog Frankenstein’s Monster’s Monster, Frankenstein Wyonna Earp: Season 3 July 17 Pinky Malinky: Part 3 July 18 Secret Obsession July 19 Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee: New 2019: Freshly Brewed The Epic Tales of Captain Underpants: Season 3 La casa de papel: Part 3 Last Chance U: INDY: Part 2 Queer Eye: Season 4 SAINT SEIYA: Knights of the Zodiac Typewriter July 22 Inglorious Basterds July 24 The Great Hack July 25 Another Life Workin’ Moms: Season 2 July 26 Boi The Exception Girls With Balls My First First Love: Season 2 Orange Is the New Black: Season 7 The Son Sugar Rush: Season 2 The Worst Witch: Season 3 July 29 The Croods July 30 Whitney Cummings: Can I Touch It? July 31 Kengan Ashura: Part I The Letdown: Season 2 The Red Sea Diving Resort Wentworth: Season 7 Thanks to the Hollywood Reporter for the news.
  8. The secret's out, or at least it will be at the end of July, when all seven seasons of Pretty Little Liars leave Netflix. The hit show, which aired on the Disney-owned Freeform, will disappear from Netflix on July 27. PLL is just one of the TV shows and many movies exiting the streaming service next month. Films taking their last bow — for now — include the first two Austin Powers movies, Blood Diamond, Cool Hand Luke, Dumb and Dumber, The Interview, The Terminator, Wedding Crashers and Silence of the Lambs. The Matrix franchise along with The Mummy, The Mummy Returns and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor will also be removed. Despite the number of titles leaving, Netflix has announced a large number of new additions set to appear on the streaming service in July. Take a look below at the movies and TV shows that will be leaving Netflix in July. Leaving July 1 Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Blood Diamond Body of Lies Bull Durham Chasing Amy Cool Hand Luke Definitely, Maybe Did You Hear About the Morgans? Doctor Zhivago Dolphin Tale Dumb and Dumber East of Eden Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer: Season 1 It Takes Two Malibu's Most Wanted Monster-in-Law Pan's Labyrinth Punch-Drunk Love Silence of the Lambs The Boondock Saints The Interview The Matrix The Matrix Reloaded The Matrix Revolutions The Mummy The Mummy Returns The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor The Terminator The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning The Wild Bunch Turner and Hooch Valkyrie Wedding Crashers Leaving July 2 Disney’s Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Leaving July 4 The Indian in the Cupboard Leaving July 9 Lion Leaving July 10 Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Leaving July 12 Gone Baby Gone Leaving July 14 The Immigrant Leaving July 16 American Gangster Leaving July 27 Pretty Little Liars: Seasons 1-7 Leaving July 30 Staten Island Summer Thanks to the Hollywood Reporter for the news.
  9. @Aguia like added but not applying. Great giveaway.
  10. When you try to activate these licenses Malwarebytes says "The usage level has exceeded the maximum installations allowed. There is a problem with your license key and we are unable to activate your license. When trying to use this license Malwarebytes says "License key is blacklisted." This license key doesn't work (doesn't even give the option to activate license).
  11. Vipers-Nest | VN | General | 2017 Review I'm giving away 1 invite to Vipers-Nest. To apply: 1) You must not have won anything from me before. 2) Like this post. 3) Reply below saying you want this invite. 4) Keep checking your messages here as I may pm you asking for ratio proof. Don't pm me, I will pm you. 5) Give me +1 positive feedback after receiving the invite. Once I have chosen a winner I will pm you asking you for an email address, once I have sent the invite I will announce the winner here (then close this thread).
  12. @alexstay is the winner. @MrShooter (or another staff member) please lock this thread.

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