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Google: Targeting Downloaders Not The Best Solution to Fight Piracy
Posted on Saturday May 23, 2015

A few days ago it was revealed that Google is forwarding controversial settlement demands from copyright holders to its subscribers. Responding to the news, Google says the notices are forwarded in an effort to be as transparent as possible. However, the company adds that targeting individual downloaders isn't the best way to solve piracy.

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Pirate Bay Loses New Domain Name, Hydra Lives On
Posted on Friday May 22, 2015

The Pirate Bay has lost one of its new domain names after an intervention from South Georgia's .GS registry. While the domain suspension wasn't unexpected and the proverbial Hydra has now lost one head, TPB says that it can easily grow some more.

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Supergirl Pilot Leaks to Torrent Sites, Six Months Early
Posted on Friday May 22, 2015

After escaping from the planet Krypton years ago, 24-year-old Kara Zor-El is embracing her superhuman abilities. Better known as Supergirl, her latest adventures were to be showcased in a CBS pilot scheduled to air this coming November. This morning and six months early, the much-anticipated pilot leaked online.

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Pirate Domain Seizures Are Easy in the United States
Posted on Thursday May 21, 2015

It's taken more than two years for Swedish authorities to seize two key Pirate Bay domains but over in the United States the process is dramatically quicker. A TV company has just achieved similar aims against 11 'pirate' streaming domains after being granted a comprehensive ex parte restraining order by a Florida court.

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Court Orders Israeli ISPs to Block Popcorn Time Websites
Posted on Thursday May 21, 2015

Copyright holders around the world are doing everything in their power to stop Popcorn Time. Following the UK example, Israeli media companies have now obtained a court order requiring major ISPs to block Popcorn Time websites. In addition, the rightsholders are pondering whether to have the application's ports blocked as well, which may get messy.

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