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  4. Hello,

    Welcome to Invite Scene!
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  5. Hello,

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  6. I'm looking for a good price for invites to the following 4 trackers: TV-Vault, KaraGarga, Cinematik, and Cinemageddon.
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    Welcome to Invite Scene!
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  8. Donations Needed! Hello, As much as I hate to ask again and again, we once again need your help to keep HDME up and running! There are no donations since the past 2-3 months and we have a very hard time keeping up with things this way, so I request members to pls help out no matter how big or small it might be.... We are also offering 3x upload credit on donations over ** eur. Staff
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  13. Sports TV piracy remains a major issue, according to a recent report, which finds that 83% of regular global TV sports viewers access illegal pirated streaming content at least once a week -- either by paying for the content or getting it for free, or both. The territories with the highest rates of piracy for sports content are the Middle East and North Africa, where 53% of sports TV fans use free pirated-only sites, followed by Malaysia (47%); Brazil (39%); and India (36%) according to a report from Synamedia, an advertising technology and video company, and Ampere Analysis, a data and analytics company. “With more than half of all fans regularly watching sports content from pirate sources, the industry faces a pressing challenge to reduce illegal consumption and protect the value of sports rights,” say the authors of the report. In the U.S., around 17% of sports fans use free pirated services only -- with 22% paying for pirated services as well as using free pirated services. Much of Europe has about the same levels. In Germany, 28% pay for pirated and also use free pirated services, while in Italy the percentage is 23%; and in the U.K. it is 17%. The survey finds that 65% of those who have legitimate sports TV through pay TV accounts -- and give their login credentials to others -- also access pirated sites. The survey also says 71% of heaviest users go to YouTube videos to find out ways to access illegal sports TV content. Issues such as getting malware (69%), the possibility of being arrested (67%), and a service being taking down (67%) will dissuade illegal users of sports TV content, the study found. The study notes that 10% of all sports fans who watch illegal services every week are not paying for any pay TV service The online study by Ampere Analysis came from over 6,000 sports fans ages 18-64 in March 2020. Consumers, who were chosen based on their experience of watching sports on TV, were surveyed in ten markets: Brazil, Egypt, Germany, India, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, the U.K. and the U.S. Much attention has been given to live sports TV, from major TV advertisers and TV networks, due to delays of non-sports and entertainment TV program production since the pandemic begin in the spring.
  14. The Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) will ask lawmakers for the power to block websites that infringe on intellectual property rights, marking its latest and perhaps most aggressive move yet against piracy. If Congress were to adopt its proposal, the IPOPHL would be able to order internet service providers such as PLDT and Globe to block websites with pirated content. The ISP would then have to block the site “within hours,” according to an IPOPHL statement on Monday. The blocking would still be done through the facilitation of the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), the agency which has primary regulatory oversight over ISPs. ISPs, on the other hand, have the “ultimate [and] direct control in shutting sites.” However, in IPOPHL’s proposal, the NTC would have to immediately execute IPOPHL’s orders, eliminating the review process that takedown requests go through under current rules. “This site-blocking will enable IPOPHL to craft its own guidelines on takedowns, such as having ISPs comply within hours instead of several days as the current process would take,” IPOPHL Director General Rowel Barba said. “It will be disruptive as it will provide rights owners with the swift response they need in preventing further harm to their IP rights and potential revenue,” he said. “Implementing this will also encourage copyright holders, and even trademark owners, to be bolder in filing complaints against IP violations in the online space,” he added. A survey conducted in September this year showed that 49 percent of Filipino consumers still access streaming piracy websites or torrent sites, according to YouGov, an international research and data analytics group based in London. The survey was commissioned by the Asia Video Industry Association (AVIA), the trade association for the video industry and ecosystem in the Asia-Pacific region. Although it did not specify if this pertained only to Filipino online consumers, AVIA’s press release on the survey also said 47 percent of consumers who accessed piracy sites canceled their subscriptions to both local and international content services. On the other hand, AVIA said Malaysia and Indonesia saw substantial reductions in online piracy over the past 12 months. In Indonesia, a similar YouGov survey found that 28 percent of consumers admitted to accessing piracy websites this year, compared to 63 percent in 2019. On the other hand, In Malaysia, a YouGov survey found a 64-percent decline in users accessing piracy sites when compared to a similar YouGov survey in 2019. “In both countries a key variable for the decline in online piracy levels was the government’s proactive piracy site blocking initiative,” AVIA said. The recent YouGov survey also showed that 53 percent of Filipinos believed a “government order or law for ISPs to block piracy websites” would be most effective in easing piracy behaviors. “As such, having a faster site-blocking protocol would not in itself be enough to stop piracy and counterfeit-goods selling,” Barba said. “IPOPHL and rights owners would also have to act proactively and with consistency. Implementing a rolling site blocking would be significantly helpful in preventing infringers from succeeding in their next move,” he added.
  15. Google Translation: Brasil Tracker - Collaborators Today we start a new cycle in Brasil Tracker. We kick-start a mutual stimulation program between staff and members. BT-Collaborators is being born. System of motivation of the user-member, based on the bonus in BP so that he can use it in our future store, as well as in the regularization of his situation in the Ratio / HnR. Like every beginning, we will have a simple table, which over time will be added and modernized. 1. Points (BP) for order fulfillment Files with 1 month request date: 20,000 BP Files with 2 months of request date: 40,000 BP Files with 3 months of request date: 60,000 BP Files with 6 months of request date: 100,000 BP Files with more than 1 year of request date: 250,000 BP 2. Points (BP) for answering questions (s) in the Forums: 10,000 BP 3. Points (BP) for Uploading on the Site Files up to 4gb: 20,000 BP Files up to 8gb: 40,000 BP Files larger than 8gb: 60,000 BP Remuxes / BD25 / BD50: 100,000 BP All Bonus requests will be sent to M***, via PM, along with the required BP permanent link (PL).
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