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  4. Tracker's Name: Audiobook Torrents (ABT) Genre: AUDIOBOOKS Sign-up: Additional information: Audiobook Torrents (ABT) is a Private Torrent Tracker for AUDIOBOOKS
  5. Tracker's Name: SceneFZ Genre: MOVIES / TV / GENERAL Sign-up: Additional information: SceneFZ is a ratioless ROMANIAN Private Torrent Tracker for MOVIES / TV / GENERAL
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  7. Tracker's Name: Pornbay Genre: XXX Sign-up: Additional information: Pornbay is a Private Torrent Tracker for XXX
  8. Copyright holders have now asked Google to remove more than 3,000,000,000 allegedly infringing links from its search engine results since it began publishing records. A new milestone for sure, but not one celebrated anywhere. While Google sees it as confirmation that the DMCA process is working, copyright holders still have plenty of work to do. Copyright holders continue to flood Google with DMCA takedown requests, asking the company to remove “pirate links” from its search results. In recent years the number of reported URLs has exploded, surging to unprecedented heights. Since Google first started to report the volume of takedown requests in its Transparency Report, the company has been asked to remove more than three billion allegedly infringing search results. The frequency at which these URLs are reported has increased over the years and at the moment roughly three million ‘pirate’ URLs are submitted per day. The URLs are sent in by major rightsholders including members of the BPI, RIAA, and various major Hollywood studios. They target a wide variety of sites, over 1.3 million, but a few dozen ‘repeat offenders’ are causing the most trouble. File-hosting service currently tops the list of most-targeted domains with 66 million URLs, followed by the now-defunct MP3 download site and, with 51 and 28 million URLs respectively. 3 billion URLs Interestingly, the high volume of takedown notices is used as an argument for and against the DMCA process. While Google believes that the millions of reported URLs per day are a sign that the DMCA takedown process is working correctly, rightsholders believe the volumes are indicative of an unbeatable game of whack-a-mole. According to some copyright holders, the takedown efforts do little to seriously combat piracy. Various industry groups have therefore asked governments and lawmakers for broad revisions. Among other things they want advanced technologies and processes to ensure that infringing content doesn’t reappear elsewhere once it’s removed, a so-called “notice and stay down” approach. In addition, Google has often been asked to demote pirate links in search results. UK music industry group BPI, who are responsible for more than 10% of all the takedown requests on Google, sees the new milestone as an indicator of how much effort its anti-piracy activities take. “This 3 billion figure shows how hard the creative sector has to work to police its content online and how much time and resource this takes. The BPI is the world’s largest remover of illegal music links from Google, one third of which are on behalf of independent record labels,” Geoff Taylor, BPI’s Chief Executive, informs TF. However, there is also some progress to report. Earlier this year BPI announced a voluntary partnership with Google and Bing to demote pirate content faster and more effectively for US visitors. “We now have a voluntary code of practice in place in the UK, facilitated by Government, that requires Google and Bing to work together with the BPI and other creator organizations to develop lasting solutions to the problem of illegal sites gaining popularity in search listings,” Taylor notes. According to BPI, both Google and Bing have shown that changes to their algorithms can be effective in demoting the worst pirate sites from the top search results and they hope others will follow suit. “Other intermediaries should follow this lead and take more responsibility to work with creators to reduce the proliferation of illegal links and disrupt the ability of illegal sites to capture consumers and build black market businesses that take money away from creators.” Agreement or not, there are still plenty of pirate links in search results, so the BPI is still sending out millions of takedown requests per month. We asked Google for a comment on the new milestone but at the time of writing, we have yet to hear back. In any event, the issue is bound to remain a hot topic during the months and years to come.
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  10. Ubisoft is among the publishers that has been using Denuvo in pretty much all of its latest titles. However, and similarly to all previous Denuvo games, South Park Fractured But Whole has been cracked in just a day. Of course, this does not surprise us at all, though we are wondering whether the French company will remove it now or not. South Park Fractured But Whole follows Middle-earth: Shadow of War, Total War: WARHAMMER 2 and FIFA 18. It’s worth pointing out that all these games are from different publishers. Middle-earth: Shadow of War is from Warner Bros and FIFA 18 is from EA Sports. Moreover, Total War: WARHAMMER 2 is from SEGA. Therefore, it will be interesting to see whether these publishers will use Denuvo in their upcoming games. For what it’s worth, developers and – mostly – publishers are free to remove Denuvo whenever they want to. We’ve seen this happening in numerous games, like DOOM, RiME and Mass Effect: Andromeda. What’s also interesting is that while Bethesda has been using Denuvo for its games, it did not use it for The Evil Within 2. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is the next Bethesda game so we are really curious whether it will use Denuvo or not. Still, and as we’ve already stated, we believe that Denuvo is pointless right now. And that’s because it cannot guarantee even day-1 sales. All the aforementioned titles were cracked in just a day. Therefore, and unless the Denuvo team issues a new version, this protection tool is simply not worth using.
  11. GeoGuard, the geo-piracy prevention experts and Toolbox, the entertainment business facilitator, today announce that GeoGuard’s studio-approved and third party tested anti-fraud toolkit has been integrated with Cloud Pass, the Toolbox user authentication module. “It’s very important to many of the MSOs with TV Everywhere services running on our solutions that geo-piracy can be prevented,” said Mauro Peluso, CTO & Partner, Toolbox. “By integrating GeoGuard’s industry leading geo-piracy prevention solutions with UNITY, we ensure that geographical content rights are supported. This makes it much easier for our content distribution customers to gain access to the highest-quality content.” UNITY is the most complete platform for content acquisition and distribution, offering a unified TV ecosystem for TV Operators and Content Providers. This system allows access to more than 70 signals and more than 100 operators through a single integration, reaching millions of users in the world. GeoGuard provides geo-data verification solutions and services that enable content owners and OTT providers to prevent the illicit access to content through geo-piracy. The company offers a suite of geo-filtering solutions combined with human intelligence to detect internet users that are spoofing their location through VPNs and DNS proxies, as well as more advanced attacks. To do this, GeoGuard has a team of dedicated engineers and fraud specialists who analyse data collected from the 250 million devices that GeoGuard’s software is installed on, as well as information collected from third-party sources. GeoGuard’s products and solutions cover IPv6 as well as IPv4 addresses and also apply wi-fi triangulation, enabling it to accurately detect location fraud from all device types. The integration of our geo-piracy prevention toolkit with Cloud Pass means that Toolbox customers can say goodbye to geo-piracy,” said David Briggs, co-founder and chairman of GeoGuard. “As Cloud TV platforms move up the content quality league table then geographical rights become more and more important. This integration means that Toolbox customers remove geo-piracy concerns from their content negotiations.”
  12. Tracker's Name: RoyalTorrent Genre: MOVIES / TV / GENERAL Sign-up: Additional information: RoyalTorrent is a ROMANIAN Private Torrent Tracker for MOVIES / TV / GENERAL
  13. Google and several French ISPs are being asked by the movie industry to take action against four 'pirate' sites. Among them is a massively successful clone of Zone-Telechargement, France's largest pirate site before it was shut down in 2016. While the ISPs are being asked to block access to the platforms, Google is required to delist them from search results. After seizing several serversoperated by popular private music tracker, last November French police went after a much bigger target. Boasting millions of regular visitors, Zone-Telechargement (Zone-Download) was ranked the 11th most-visited website in the whole of the country. The site offered direct downloads of a wide variety of pirated content, including films, series, games, and music. Until the French Gendarmerie shut it down, that is. After being founded in 2011 and enjoying huge growth following the 2012 raids against Megaupload, the Zone-Telechargement ‘brand’ was still popular with French users, despite the closure of the platform. It, therefore, came as no surprise that the site was quickly cloned by an unknown party and relaunched as The site has been doing extremely well following its makeover. To the annoyance of copyright holders, SimilarWeb reports the platform as France’s 37th most popular site with around 58 million visitors per month. That’s a huge achievement in less than 12 months. Now, however, the site is receiving more unwanted attention. PCInpact says it has received information that several movie-focused organizations including the French National Film Center are requesting tough action against the site. The National Federation of Film Distributors, the Video Publishing Union, the Association of Independent Producers and the Producers Union are all demanding the blocking of Zone-Telechargement by several local ISPs, alongside its delisting from search results. The publication mentions four Internet service providers – Free, Numericable, Bouygues Telecom, and Orange – plus Google on the search engine front. At this stage, other search companies, such as Microsoft’s Bing, are not reported as part of the action. In addition to Zone-Telechargement, several other ‘pirate’ sites (, and, another site playing on the popular brand) are included in the legal process. All are described as “structurally infringing” by the complaining movie outfits, PCInpact notes. The legal proceedings against the sites are based in Article 336-2 of the Intellectual Property Code. It’s ground already trodden by movie companies who following a 2011 complaint, achieved victory in 2013 against several Allostreaming-linked sites. In that case, the High Court of Paris ordered ISPs, several of which appear in the current action, to “implement all appropriate means including blocking” to prevent access to the infringing sites. The Court also ordered Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo to “take all necessary measures to prevent the occurrence on their services of any results referring to any of the sites” on their platforms. Also of interest is that the action targets a service called, which according to local anti-piracy agency HADOPI, makes it difficult for rightsholders to locate infringing content while at the same time generates more revenue for pirate sites. A judgment is expected in “several months.”
  14. Turkey’s Culture Ministry has prepared a draft law to block illegal movie streaming websites and platforms that illegally provide copyrighted artwork. According to Hurriyet and Yeni Safak, it suggests the creation of a centre that will have the authority to close websites streaming illegal content. Furthermore, websites will have to undertake procedures at the centre in order to legally distribute copyrighted material, including TV programmes. The draft law will also allow artists to file lawsuits against the illegal providers of works. Following investigations, these could lead to the complete shutdown of platforms. Broadband TV News notes that the Turkish market saw the launch of Netflix and Apple Music in the first few weeks of 2016. Up until that point there were few if any legal online movie services in the country, with MUBI having recently shut down its Turkish service. In a 2017 report, the International Intellectual Property Alliance (IIPA) says that, “piracy issues continue to plague the Turkish marketplace, undermining economic opportunities for Turkish and American creators alike. Digital piracy—via the internet, mobile phones, peer-to-peer (P2P), BitTorrent and linking and topsites—permeates the marketplace”. It adds that Turkey is currently on its Watch List.
  15. A newly announced coalition of major entertainment companies including Disney, Fox, HBO, NBCUniversal and BBC Worldwide has set its eye on pirate streaming boxes. The Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) will coordinate local enforcement efforts in Asia, hoping to disrupt the "criminal syndicates" behind these devices. Traditionally there have only been a handful of well-known industry groups fighting online piracy, but this appears to be changing. Increasingly, major entertainment industry companies are teaming up in various regions to bundle their enforcement efforts against copyright infringement. Earlier this year the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) was formed by major players including Disney, HBO, and NBCUniversal, and several of the same media giants are also involved in the newly founded Coalition Against Piracy (CAP). CAP will coordinate anti-piracy efforts in Asia and is backed by CASBAA, Disney, Fox, HBO Asia, NBCUniversal, Premier League, Turner Asia-Pacific, A&E Networks, Astro, BBC Worldwide, National Basketball Association, TV5MONDE, Viacom International, and others. The coalition has hired Neil Gane as its general manager. Gane is no stranger to anti-piracy work, as he previously served as the MPAA’s regional director in Australasia and was chief of the Australian Federation Against Copyright Theft. The goal of CAP will be to assist in local enforcement actions against piracy, including the disruption and dismantling of local businesses that facilitate it. Pirate streaming boxes and apps will be among the main targets. These boxes, which often use the legal Kodi player paired with infringing add-ons, are referred to as illicit streaming devices (ISDs) by industry insiders. They have grown in popularity all around the world and Asia is no exception. “The prevalence of ISDs across Asia is staggering. The criminals who operate the ISD networks and the pirate websites are profiting from the hard work of talented creators, seriously damaging the legitimate content ecosystem as well as exposing consumers to dangerous malware”, Gane said, quoted by Indian Television. Gane knows the region well and started his career working for the Hong Kong Police. He sees the pirate streaming box ecosystem as a criminal network which presents a major threat to the entertainment industries. “This is a highly organized transnational crime with criminal syndicates profiting enormously at the expense of consumers as well as content creators,” Gane noted. The Asian creative industry is a major growth market as more and more legal content is made available. However, the growth of these legal services is threatened by pirate boxes and apps. The Coalition Against Piracy hopes to curb this. The launch of CAP, which will be formalized at the upcoming CASBAA anti-piracy convention in November, confirms the trend of localized anti-piracy coalitions which are backed by major industry players. We can expect to hear more from these during the years to come. Just a few days ago the founding members of the aforementioned ACE anti-piracy initiative filed their first joint lawsuit in the US which, unsurprisingly, targets a seller of streaming boxes.
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