As a sizeable hoster of things and gatherer of connections, Google gets what’s coming to its in light of Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) takedown takes note. Just, that decent amount has expanded by around a billion percent since 2006. Continue reading “Google gets 100,000 pirate links removal requests every hour”
How Hollywood studios react to the increasing rate of downloads for the new Oscar blockbusters, with the takedown notices being their most recent move.
Thousands of warnings have already been sent out to illegal downloaders online, in an effort to put people off from continuing on their downloading spree. New film releases that will prevail in the Oscars this year have already been downloaded millions of times, making it an urgent case for Hollywood studios to come up with an effective manner of prohibiting people to go ahead with their illegal activities. Continue reading “It is time for Hollywood studios to send out warnings to illegal downloaders”
The suspected administrator of a torrent website raided by police in 2012 is confronting the possibility of years in prison despite authorities knowing he ran the site to a great extent for no particular reason. The 24-year-old is blamed for disregarding notices to shut down SwePiracy and is currently confronting damages of nearly $3 million because of companies including Disney. Continue reading “Torrent site run for only fun causes damages of millions”
Copyright holders requested that Google uproot more than 560,000,000 professedly encroaching (pirated) links from its web search console in 2015. The stunning number is an increment of 60% contrasted with the prior year. As per Google the proceeded with surge is a confirmation that the DMCA takedown procedure is working, yet some copyright holders oppose this idea. Continue reading “558m pirated links take-down requests were sent to Google in 2015”