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Leaked Piracy Report Details Fascinating Camcording Investigations
Posted on Sunday April 26, 2015

A top-secret presentation made by the Federation Against Copyright Theft to Sony Pictures shines light on the complex investigations carried out by the anti-piracy group. The document reveals suspects being filmed in cinemas, tracked using Facebook friends, and their connections to release groups mapped in intriguing diagrams.

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BitTorrent Inc. Lays Off Close to a Third of its Workforce
Posted on Saturday April 25, 2015

BitTorrent Inc., the company behind the popular uTorrent file-sharing client, has laid off close to a third of its U.S. workforce. Speaking with TorrentFreak a source close to the company says that up to 45 workers had their contracts terminated Thursday, "gutting" the company's advertising team and pushing more work to its offices in Minsk, Belarus.

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EZTV Domain Name Falls Into New Hands
Posted on Saturday April 25, 2015

The website of the popular TV-torrent distribution group EZTV is showing some unusual changes again. It appears that the group's eztv.ch domain name has fallen into new hands.

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New Russian Anti-Piracy Law Could Block Sites “Forever”
Posted on Saturday April 25, 2015

People who run 'pirate' sites out of Russia have been given a final warning by the government. Amendments to local copyright law that come into force May 1 not only protect more content than ever before, but also contain provisions to permanently block sites that continually make unauthorized content available.

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Pirate Bay Blockade Censors CloudFlare Customers
Posted on Friday April 24, 2015

The blockade of the Pirate Bay by UK ISPs is causing trouble for CloudFlare customers. Several websites have been inadvertently blocked by Sky because a Pirate Bay proxy is hosted behind the same IP-addresses. In a response, CloudFlare threatened to disconnect the proxy site from its network.

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