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People who run 'pirate' sites out of Russia have been given a final warning by the government. Amendments to local copyright law that come into force May 1 not only protect more content than ever before, but also contain provisions to permanently block sites that continually make unauthorized content available. Following massive pressure from both local and international rightsholders, 21 months ago Russia took steps to improve its reputation of going soft on piracy. On August 1, 2013, the country introduced a brand new intellectual property law which provided a mechanism through which sites could be blocked by intermediaries should they not comply with rightsholder takedown requests within 72 hours. A year later telecoms watchdog Roscomnadzor revealed that during the lawâ€™s first year of operation the Moscow City Court imposed preliminary interim injunctions against 175 sites following copyright complaints. It went on to block just 12 file-sharing domains for being unresponsive to takedowns, many of them BitTorrent trackers. With complaints from copyright holders continuing to mount, Russia decided to make further amendments to the legislation. Initially only video content was covered by the law but with an expansion scheduled for May 1, 2015, all multimedia content (photographs excluded) will receive protection. Furthermore, the law also amends the provisions on preliminary injunctions. Although it remains unclear how the new system will work in practice, the theory is that intermediaries (ISPs and webhosts) can be ordered by the Court to permanently block websites that continually host or provide access to infringing content. At least at this early stage it appears to be the kind of system U.S. copyright holders are pushing for elsewhere, one in which content that is taken down, stays down. With the new law just over a week away, State Duma Deputy Speaker Sergei Zheleznyak has been underlining the legislationâ€™s reach. â€œThe anti-piracy legislation that created the ability to block access to sites that distribute copyright-infringing films and TV shows entered into force on 1 August 2013. On May 1, 2015 amendments to the Act will come into force that apply to music, books and software,â€ Zheleznyak says. â€œThis development will mean that the systematic violation of intellectual property rights will result in sites providing access to stolen content being blocked forever.â€ Putting operators of torrent and similar sites on notice, Zheleznyak issued a stern warning. â€œI would like to warn those who are still abusing piracy: you have until May 1 to try to and enter into constructive dialogue with rightsholders. They are open to cooperation,â€ he said. â€œOur common goal is to ensure that all work is adequately rewarded and that the benefit from successful books, music and wonderful computer programs is enjoyed by those who created them, and not those who stole them. If [site owners] are not interested in legal business, the response of the state will become quite obvious.â€ Russiaâ€™s first attempt at site blocking legislation failed to produce the apocalyptic conclusion many predicted. Only time will tell what the results of these latest tweaks will mean for local sites. https://torrentfreak.com/new-russian-anti-piracy-law-could-block-sites-forever-150425/
There are rumours all around that, Zhou was sentenced to 5 years in prison and fined 1,000,000 yuan also his friends are sentenced to prison from 3-5 years which is a terrible news to the lovers of CHDBits and HDWings. I admit that CHDBits and HDwings are two great HD trackers but this is not the end of the world if you seek for a new HD tracker. You can always contact me for the new alternatives. Final words, rest in peace CHDBits and HDWings... Wolfie P.S. These are rumours will most probably be true in the following hours/days.
The Pirate Bay's offices were raided by the Swedish police a couple of days ago and the infamous site went offline. One of the site's co-founder, Peter Sunde, has expressed his views about why he hopes the site stays offline forever. In a recent blog post, Sunde explained why the site was becoming ugly; the ads, bugs, design etc and how he was having misgivings of the site under new ownership: ...Iâ€™ve not been a fan of what TPB has become. TPB has become an institution that people just expected to be there. Noone willing to take the technology further. The site was ugly, full of bugs, old code and old design. It never changed except for one thing â€“ the ads. More and more ads was filling the site, and somehow when it felt unimaginable to make these ads more distasteful they somehow ended up even worse. Most people can confirm that the site was filled with porn-oriented ads but Sunde shed light on even more events which emphasized on how the site was going downhill: The original deal with TPB was to close it down on itâ€™s tenth birthday. Instead, on that birthday, there was a party in itâ€™s â€œhonourâ€ in Stockholm. It was sponsored by some sexist company that sent young girls, dressed in almost no clothes, to hand out freebies to potential customers. There was a ticket price to get in, automatically excluding people with no money. The party had a set line-up with artists, scenes and so on, instead of just asking the people coming to bring the content. Everything went against the ideals that I worked for during my time as part of TPB. Moreover, he also expressed disappointment at how the site had been handed to soul-less people stating that: The past years there was no soul left in TPB. The original team handed it over to, well, less soul-ish people to say the least. From the outside I felt that noone had any interest in helping the community if it didnâ€™t eventually pay out in cash. He concluded his blog post stating how he had hoped the site would have been retired in a planned way instead of being shut down in the 'shitty' condition it was in when it went offline. Furthermore, he hopes that another site will soon fill up the space left void by TPB and that it has 'no ads for porn'.