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Hackers Leak Netflix’s Orange is The New Black, Season 5 Premiere
Posted on Saturday April 29, 2017

A hacking group calling itself TheDarkOverlord is threatening to leak a trove of unreleased TV shows and movies. The group has already backed up its warning by uploading the season five premiere of Netflix's Orange is The New Black. The group says it obtained the content from a post-production studio and after the company failed to pay a ransom, spilled it onto torrent sites.

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Cloudflare Ordered to Expose Gay-Torrents Operator, Or Else…
Posted on Friday April 28, 2017

A new DMCA subpoena has ordered Cloudflare to expose the person who manages the account of private torrent community Gay-Torrents.org. The request comes from adult company Flava Works, who warned Cloudflare that it might also face a potential lawsuit of its own if it fails to take action against the website in question.

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Swefilmer Piracy Trial Ends, Operators Face Years in Jail
Posted on Friday April 28, 2017

The trial of the operators of defunct streaming site Swefilmer ended this week with the prosecutor likening the operation to organized crime and seeking lengthy custodial sentences for the men involved. On top, they face potential damages of more than $1m.

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Kodi Counters Scaremongerers and Clarifies Its Stance on DRM
Posted on Thursday April 27, 2017

Facing a constant stream of rumors and inaccurate news reports, the Kodi team has felt the need to clarify its stance on DRM. The Kodi software will never prohibit users from accessing content, legal or not, they stress. Compatibility with low-level DRM is an option, but only so that external parties can offer their content securely.

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Australia Readies New Copyright Safe Harbor Consultation
Posted on Thursday April 27, 2017

Last month Australia dropped plans to extend its copyright safe harbor provisions to include platforms such as Google, Facebook and YouTube. A little over a month later and the topic is back on the agenda, with the government announcing a new consultation aimed at encouraging the growth of the digital economy while protecting copyright holders.

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