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Spotify Will Restrict Free Access to Latest Releases 50 million Spotify users who now listen music for free will be unable to access new tracks from some top artists. The service has announced a major change, which would see making some music available only to paying customers. Typical eBook Pirate A recent survey, commissioned by anti-piracy company Digimarc, has revealed that people illegally downloading ebooks are normally aged between 30 and 44 and have a household income of $60,000-$99,000 Spinrilla Promotes Music of RIAA Labels Several RIAA labels filed a piracy lawsuit against a popular hip-hop mixtape website and app Spinrilla, but the latter claimed that it uses a piracy filter suggested by the labels, and pointed out that many of the allegedly infringing works were promoted because RIAA members asked it so BitTorrent Pirates Receive New Automated DMCA Settlement Demands American file-sharers face a new threat: a new firm called "Rights Enforcement" is sending out automated DMCA notices to alleged copyright infringers. Apparently, the firm is following the path of numerous copyright trolls out there. MPAA Took down Pubfilm’s Domains on the Quiet According to unsealed court records, the Motion Picture Association of America is responsible for taking down a few domain names of the popular streaming website Pubfilm. The MPAA sued its operators in the US federal court and obtained an injunction ordering them to disable 6 Pubfilm associated domains. As a result, Assange, Snowden and Dotcom All Assigned Same US Prosecutor According to Julian Assange, the American authorities have assigned the same prosecutor for him, Edward Snowden and Kim Dotcom in Virginia. Assange describes this tactic as “lawfare”, How to Handle a Copyright Infringement Letter Are you downloading songs, movies or TV shows?
Your Internet Service Provider knows your IP address and can send Copyright Infringement Notice to you soon. So, what should you do if you have just received a copyright infringement letter from your Internet Provider or government agency like RIAA, MPAA and other?
Here you can find the best tips:
Italian ISPs Block More Pirate Sites Italian ISPs are forced to block hundreds of pirate websites from the blacklist, which is formed based on complaints from copyright holders. A few days ago, a handful of new sites were added to the list, Copyright Owners Warned about Upcoming Blockades in Australia The most popular torrent websites have just received paperwork from major movie studios, including Village Roadshow, Universal, Warner and Disney, Movie Distributor Launched Fake KickassTorrents to Convert Pirates A film company from Costa-Rica has launched its own KickassTorrents look-a-like website aiming to convert potential pirates. Torrents provided on the site don’t contain pirate copies of the movies searched, but they do contain two free tickets to watch them in a local theater. This is a great example
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