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  1. Google Translation: Freeleech! Download does not count! That's thanks to DONOR! Freeleech is active on EET (GMT+3) until: 2020-02-21 23:00:21
  2. Freeleech Pool Tipped! ***** has triggered the Freeleech Pool! The following film(s) have been randomly selected and are now freeleech for the next 48 hours. Here Thanks to users who donated to the pool. Now go drop some of your own orbs into the next pool!
  3. Google Translation: Very strong and warm celebration of the cat station releasing more than 30000 posts!!! I remember that I saw it in a post that someone was asking for medicine, but the person said that they should not be a small site. So he asked if there were 30000 torrents in the cat station. It seems that some people used 30000 torrents to distinguish the big site and the small site in their mind. Although I don't quite agree with the concept and distinction of "big site and small site", because the original purpose is to serve everyone, so the difference between big site and small site comes. But in any case, from that day on, I really planted a seed in my heart. At that time, like Lao Wang, I secretly set a small goal of 30000 in my heart. Ha ha, it's finally reached today, so I really appreciate that we have been supporting the growth of cat station and sharing with each other on this warm platform, laughing, crying, happiness and disappointment together. In order to express great gratitude to all of you in a moment, this time, no matter what kind of hair you have or what kind of hair you have, the whole station staff will send 30000 cat food as a token of thanks, and there is no need to celebrate the opening of the station. It ends at 0:00 on Thursday In addition, I recently saw a conversation with someone who didn't know who was in the screenshot. The content is because the welfare of the cat station is good, so it's just rowing. I never planted for the cat station, and I've been mixing with the welfare all the time. I'm really disappointed to see this, because if we all think like this, we won't do seeding for you, so the posts in the station will slowly become unable to download, so I hope that you can try to protect seeding for you as much as possible when there is still space on the hard disk, as the logo of cat station wrote, "I'll do it for everyone." Start with me, not everyone. Now that the small goal has been achieved, due to the above reasons and the development needs of some other cat stations, the distribution conditions of this cat food delivery activity may need to be changed later, which is still under consideration. But in any case, the cat station will be as warm as ever. Thank you again for your support. I hope you have a good time in the cat station
  4. Google Translation: Update Site compensation plan: 1. Compensation karma value 1W has been issued (no prompt) 2. Sitewide freeleech until 2020.02.21 at 24:00 3. Registration is open until 2020.02.20 24 o'clock ps: New registered users please generate upload or download traffic within 7 days If there is no upload traffic, you can buy upload through karma value Exchange mybonus.php If there is no download traffic, the download amount can be exchanged bonus/index
  5. Python Developer Needed We're looking for a Python Developer that is willing to help us with a project. If you feel you have what it takes to help us with this project get in touch with me. // So say we all Discuss this post here
  6. From site's admin: We would be remiss if we didn't comment on the tracker while going live with a contest as usual. We have different team members responsible for different areas of the site; Please rest assured that the tracker is still a top priority for those who are working on it. We don't like the current situation any more than you! Unfortunately, it’s a very complicated issue and at this time we do not have an ETA. We appreciate your patience very much.
  7. (HTTP & HTTPS) Tracker is still offline after a full month.
  8. The Guardia di Finanza, the Italian police unit tasked with financial crimes, has reported 223 subscribers of pirate IPTV services to the judicial authorities. This is the first large scale operation against IPTV users worldwide. According to the authorities, the targeted users risk a hefty fine as well as a potential prison sentence. Last summer the pirate IPTV market was thrown into turmoil when Italian authorities took down Xtream-Codes. The IPTV management service was believed to be connected to 5,000 pirate services that catered to around 50 million end-users. The enforcement actions caused problems at many IPTV services, with IPTV traffic dropping by half, but in the weeks that followed many providers managed to recover. That doesn’t mean, however, that law enforcement authorities are giving up. This week the Guardia di Finanza (GdF), the law enforcement agency connected to the Italian Ministry of Economy and Finance, announced another IPTV-related enforcement operation. This time, it is targeted at customers of these pirate IPTV services. Following an in-depth investigation, Guardia di Finanza tracked down 223 subscribers of illegal IPTV services. These people were subsequently reported to the judicial authorities, where they face further prosecution. According to the law enforcement agency, the investigation remains ongoing. This means that more IPTV subscribers may be identified and reported in the future. The subscribers in question are being held responsible for the crime of “receiving stolen goods.” If found guilty, they risk a penalty of 25,000 euros as well as an eight-year prison sentence, the authorities state. The investigations were carried out with help from Italian anti-piracy group FAPAV, which provided technical assistance. FAPAV sees IPTV piracy as a major and growing threat to the entertainment industries. Federico Bagnoli Rossi, Secretary-General of FAPAV, thanks Guardia di Finanza for its operation which he believes is needed to show that end users are also at risk. “The operation is crucial because, for the first time in Italy, it doesn’t only focus on the operators of the pirate portals but also the users of these services,” Rossi says. FAPAV hopes that these enforcement actions will continue. It believes that the growing problems pirate IPTV services cause are underestimated, so clamping down on all aspects is essential. “In just one year we have seen an increase of over a million [pirate IPTV] users,” Rossi notes, adding that copyright holders are severely affected by these illegal services. If and how many of the reported IPTV subscribers will indeed be prosecuted is unknown. However, the operation does show that subscribers are not untouchable, which will likely be used as a warning message to others. Source:
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  10. A Spanish court has handed down an order that will compel local ISPs to block pirate sites and services, primarily to prevent the unlicensed distribution of live football matches. Several interesting novelties can be observed in the ruling, including that broadcaster Telefónica Audiovisual Digital can add new sites, IP addresses, and URLs, without judicial oversight. The unlicensed streaming of live sporting events has presented problems for rightsholders for years but more recently, with the rise of ‘pirate’ IPTV services, it has become a worldwide issue. The phenomenon is being tackled from multiple directions, from targeting third-party Kodi add-on and app developers to attacking systems such as Xtream-Codes. The overall aim, however, is to prevent end-users from accessing streams, primarily via web-blocking mechanisms. Following a lawsuit filed last November and a ruling handed down by the Madrid Commerical Court, Spanish broadcaster Telefónica Audiovisual Digital hopes it can benefit from this approach. A copy of the decision, handed down on February 11, 2019, and obtained by Cinco Días, reveals a broad injunction that targets many of the country’s Internet service providers. The injunction targets prominent operators such as Vodafone, Orange, MásMóvil, Euskaltel, Lycamobile, and also Telefónica Audiovisual Digital’s own ISP, Telefónica. As a starting point, it identifies 44 pirate sites and services (reportedly managed by 30 ‘known piracy groups’), requiring that their URLs, domain names, and IP addresses are blocked within 72 hours. All ISPs will be required to notify Telefónica Audiovisual Digital when they have blocked these resources, stating the day, hour and minute in each case. In addition, the inunction has a trick up its sleeve, in that it allows the broadcaster to notify new sites, URLs, domains and IP addresses to the ISPs every week for blocking, without having to refer to the court for permission. The ISPs will be advised of the new online locations at exactly the same and they will be expected to act expeditiously in order to prevent their customers from accessing their pirated streams. “The blocking of the new web resources (URLs, domains or IP addresses) must be done under access in HTTP and HTTP protocols, and within a maximum period of three hours from the notification of the new listing,” the decision reads, as cited by Cinco Días. This part of the injunction is an obvious move designed to mitigate the threat posed by pirate services that implement their own technical measures to prevent being blocked. The theory is that if live data can be relayed to ISPs regarding the services’ current locations, they can be tackled more efficiently, a mechanism often referred to as ‘dynamic’ blocking. Dynamic blocking orders can take several forms, with the most basic targeting relatively static services such as torrent and web-based streaming portals. One such injunction was handed down in Sweden recently against The Pirate Bay and several other sites, targeting the platforms themselves plus any new URLs or IP addresses that may subsequently appear. A similar one was obtained by Foxtel in Australia last August. However, given the fluid nature of live stream providers, it seems likely that the injunction just handed down in Spain will be more comparable to those previously obtained by the Premier League covering the UK market and La Liga, active in Denmark. The new injunction obtained by Telefónica Audiovisual Digital is reportedly valid until May 25, 2022, and covers three football seasons. The company was awarded football broadcasting rights in June 2018 and that license is set to expire in 2022. Source:
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