China’s Piracy Crackdown Closes More Than 2,000 Websites

Last Tuesday, Chinese authorities shut down more than 2,000 websites and confiscated more than 2 million pirated publications in a crackdown on copyright infringement.

According to the authorities, the nationwide law enforcement examined more or less than 63,000 websites, deleted more than 700,000 links to pirated publications, and Read more

First copyright infringement lawsuit in Louisiana

On February 22, Dallas Buyers Club LLC filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against Doe- The unknown defendant from Louisiana allegedly illegally downloaded and distributed the movie Dallas Buyers Club through peer-to-peer network BitTorrent; and this kind of lawsuit is the first of its kind filed in the Middle District of Louisiana. Read more

BitTorrent continues to dominate the internet’s upstream traffic

Before BitTorrent became popular, it can be credited for an impressive 35% of all internet traffic as studies indicated a decade ago. Yet, in the years that followed, video streaming was introduced to the public with the launch of YouTube, and Netflix soon after. This resulted to a change in the internet traffic distribution. So in the United States, BitTorrent lost a significant share of the total internet traffic. Read more

Illegal android TV box sellers spotted and raided by UK police

Last June 30 at dawn, thousands of set-top boxes and a number of sat-navs were seized by the Metropolitan Police’s London Regional Intelligence Unit together with the Government Agency Intelligence Network (GAIN) and Federation Against Copyright Theft (FACT) in Feltham and Sunbury. Read more


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