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I'm referring, of course, to a large swath of government and industry groups around the world that apparently just love to play whac-a-mole with torrent sites, which don't host infringing files. If you're not familiar with the carnival game of the
Launched by Berlin-based Pipe Dream Technologies earlier this week, the new app Path allows Facebook users to share files up to 1 GB in size with friends through a simple drag and drop interface. So far Facebook has been all about self-indulgence and
We recently wrote about a new filing in the Paul Oppold case in Florida, in which lawyer Graham Syfert presents very, very detailed and compelling evidence, as put together by Delvan Neville, that many of the films that Prenda sued people over were
Today he's filed an incredible filing not just hitting back at Prenda in another case, First Time Videos vs. Paul Oppold, and asking for attorney's fees, but also including an affidavit from an actual expert (i.e., not a Prenda-style "forensic"
Act in order to block foreign web sites that engage in "flagrant copyright violation" including many BitTorrent and FTP sites, officials said Tuesday. The Intellectual Property Office (IPO) under the Ministry of Economic Affairs will ask local
Office, peer-to-peer (P2P) file sharing websites are described as applications in which users can use the Internet to exchange files with each other directly or through a mediating server. Depending on the item(s) being shared, a moderate-to-heavy
It was just the latest in a series of assertions from the industry that file sharing is losing them billions of dollars. Figures such as this, though, are heavily disputed and now a group of university researchers says they're plain wrong. First and
MailTribune.com Mail Tribune A federal judge last week took aim at "reverse class action lawsuits" while dismissing a Los Angeles-based movie company's lawsuit that claimed dozens of Jackson County "John Doe" defendants had pirated one of its movies
BitTorrent, whose software has been used for years to illegally swap millions of movies and other pieces of content, insists with a straight face that it's actually part of the solution to piracy and that it's now offering a new way for content
BitTorrent reveals Bundle file to package media content Artists can require their fans to give them their email address before releasing add-on content The developers of the BitTorrent file-sharing protocol have unveiled what they describe as a new "