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  10. Project Gutenberg, the world's oldest digital library, has been blocked by ISPs in Italy under the orders of the Court of Rome. The platform, which focuses on public domain books, appears to have been erroneously labeled a pirate site in an action targeting 28 domains and several Telegram channels. Project Gutenberg, a volunteer effort to digitize and archive books, is sometimes described as the world’s oldest digital library. Founded in 1971, Project Gutenberg‘s archives now stretch to a total of more than 62,000 books, with a focus on titles that entered the public domain after their copyrights expired. The library does carry some and in-copyright books but these are distributed with the express permission of their owners. The project has an excellent reputation and its work is considered a great contribution to education and culture. However, it now transpires that the site has been rendered inaccessible by ISPs in Italy under the instructions of the Public Prosecutor at the Court of Rome. Project Gutenberg Chief Executive and Director posted an announcement to Twitter apologizing for the disruption of service while revealing that the surprise action had been taken by the Italian authorities. https://torrentfreak.com/images/gutten-twitter.jpg Investigation was carried out by police financial crimes unit As the above shows, the action involves the Guardia di Finanza, the Italian police unit tasked with financial crimes. GdF is regularly involved in enforcement actions against pirate sites and with the assistance of the Public Prosecutor at the Court of Rome, is heavily involved in site-blocking decisions. Indeed, a court order published by Techdirt reveals that Project Gutenberg’s issues are directly linked to a copyright infringement case. Published in Italian, the document is a “notification of preventative seizure decree” actioned under Article 321 of the Italian Criminal Code. It lists a total of 28 domains including what appears to be many platforms dedicated to the distribution of pirated literary content. Unfortunately, however, Project Gutenberg has also been thrown into the mix for reasons that aren’t immediately clear. Gutenberg.org Declared an Illegal For-Profit Pirate Site The seizure/blocking notice states that all of the targeted domains “distributed, transmitted and disseminated in pdf format, magazines, newspapers and books (property protected by copyright) after having illegally acquired numerous computer files with their content, communicating them to the public, [and] entering them into a system of communication networks.” Similar allegations are made against eight monitored Telegram channels with the following explanation: “The investigation, conducted by a special unit of the Guardia di Finanza, has been developed in the context of monitoring the targeted Internet networks to combat economic and financial offenses perpetrated online. “In this context, the operators identified some web resources registered on foreign servers which make content and magazines available to the public early in the morning, allowing users to view or download digital copies,” the court document reads. (translated from Italian) Court Order Also Sent to Google The order from the Court of Rome was also sent to Google, a copy of which was acquired by TorrentFreak from the Lumen Database. The sender was Reccia Giovanni who is listed as a commander with the GdF. As the image below shows, Gutenberg.org is 15th on the list of allegedly infringing sites. https://torrentfreak.com/images/lumen-guten.png Despite Project Gutenberg’s best efforts, copyright holders still file plenty of DMCA infringement notices with Google complaining that it infringes copyright law. Luckily, however, the search giant doesn’t seem particularly interested in taking the complaints seriously. According to its transparency report, Google has received requests to have 1,110 URLs from Gutenberg.org deleted from its search results. The company took “no action” for 85.9% and marked the remaining 14.1% as duplicate requests, for which it also did nothing. Source: Torrentfreak.com This seems to suggest that while Google understands the business of Project Gutenberg and was able to respond appropriately, the combined forces of the Italian financial police, the court, and telecoms watchdog AGCOM (which handles blocking), aren’t able to tell the difference between a pirate site and a public domain library.
  11. Donations ... what donations? Hi Yeah yeah me again, beggin at yer door .... it's just, you know, I did think we sort of would be OK now. What with adding ebooks to ABT as well, and thus giving everyone not JUST audio, but ebooks as well, and let's face it, we do have some flippin' good content folks. Yet - for April we had an entire 20 Euro donated. Yes. 20 Euro. Now I honestly have to ask you to please tell me how the hell do I run a site on 20 euro? It IS NOT my duty to give you free books. I am under NO obligation to simply give it all away. All I ask from anyone on here is JUST FIVE BUCKS DOLLARS EURO A YEAR EACH. Geez man guys n gals, is that so hard? JUST A FIVER. ONCE A YEAR. EACH. Please do your civic duty? To the few that always try and help, I yet again extend my sincere gratitude!!! P*** ------ For P***, navigate to here and sign up with the same username as on HERE. After that you can login. If you are already registered, just login. Then go into the SHOP tab, ( do not click a book directly, if you are directed to Amazon, it is wrong!!!) - USE SHOP TAB ONLY - buy a bundle for whatever the amount is you'd like to donate, and that's it ... do not enter any details, it's all auto, and we don't need attention drawn to "donate to torrent tracker" problems hehe. Should you wish, you can download the bundles afterward. I get the notification immediately so will credit accordingly. V*** ---- Should you wish to donate via a V*** card, PM me on site with the amount and the email address to send the link to, and the payment will be done via P***. (I'll send you the link via your email) Thanks, Staff
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  14. Cox Communications' request to lower the massive piracy liability verdict issued by a Virginia jury has failed. The request for a new trial was denied as well. However, the court does agree that the damages should be issued per work if there are multiple copyrights involved, which means that the $1 billion figure may go down. Last year, Internet provider Cox Communications lost its legal battle against a group of major record labels. Following a two-week trial, a Virginia jury held Cox liable for its pirating subscribers, ordering the company to pay $1 billion in damages. Heavily disappointed by the decision, Cox later asked the court to set the jury verdict aside and decide the issue directly. In addition, the ISP argued that the “shockingly excessive” damages should be lowered. If that wasn’t an option, Cox wanted a new trial. These requests were fiercely opposed by the record labels and, after weighing the evidence from both sides, US District Court Judge Liam O’Grady decided over the matter this week. O’Grady’s 75-page opinion is mostly bad news for Cox. It starts by discussing the motion for judgment as a matter of law, which argues that the jury verdict should be set aside in exchange for a verdict by the court. The court, however, sees no reason to fully grant this. Cox argued that the evidence presented during trial doesn’t show that the ISP is liable for direct or secondary copyright infringement. The court disagrees. For example, when it comes to vicarious infringement, the record shows that Cox directly benefited from pirating subscribers. “Here, there was ample evidence for a reasonable jury to conclude, as this jury did, that Cox gained some direct financial benefit from the infringement, no matter how small,” Judge O’Grady writes. “The Court agrees with Plaintiffs’ argument that Cox’s treatment of repeat infringer accounts suffices as a causal connection between the infringement and financial gain. Internal emails among Defendants clearly establish a connection between infringing accounts and continued collection of revenue rather than termination.” https://torrentfreak.com/images/cox-order.jpg While the vast majority of Cox’s arguments “fall flat,” according to Judge O’Grady, there is a small win for the ISP as well, one that could have large financial consequences. The court agrees with the ISP that damages should be issued per ‘work’ and not for each ‘copyright.’ There are 10,017 copyrights listed in the case which were multiplied by $99,3830 in damages per work, which led to the final figure of $1 billion. However, that should be adjusted as there are some overlapping works as well, where one song is covered by multiple copyrights. The court explains that infringers shouldn’t be punished multiple times for one pirated track simply because there are more copyrights related to it. As an example, Judge O’Grady mentions mashups where tracks can easily have 20 different copyright holders. “It is difficult to fathom that Congress intended such dramatic discrepancies in liability for substantially the same conduct. As willful infringement exposes the defendant to a maximum of $150,000 per work infringed, that three-minute mash-up could cost a defendant $3 million,” Judge O’Grady writes. This means that Cox can go over the list of copyrights in the suit to see how many ‘works’ these cover. This could be substantially less than the 10,017 copyrights previously indicated. Moving on, the court reviewed the scale of the damages, which was set at $99,3830 per work. Cox summed up a list of arguments why this “historic” amount is “shockingly” excessive. However, the court notes that the amount wasn’t grossly excessive in light of the evidence. There was no “miscarriage of justice,” as Cox claims. The ISP knew very well what the requirements of the DMCA are, what the possible statutory damages could be, and how many works were infringed. “As there is no potential ambiguity in construing the statutory dollar amounts, and Cox was keenly aware of the volume of infringement notices it received, the product of these two values was reasonably foreseeable,” Judge O’Grady notes. “In sum, Plaintiffs were well within their rights to elect both a jury trial and statutory damages. After significant deliberation, the jury awarded $99,830.29 per work, well within the Act’s statutory range of $750.00-$150,000.00.” All in all, this means that the damages per work stay the same. Cox is not entitled to a new trial but the $1 billion damages award may be lowered based on the number of works that have more than one copyright. — A copy of US District Court Judge Liam O’Grady’s Memorandum Opinion and Order is available here (pdf). Source: Torrentfreak.com
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