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  1. Developers considering adding a torrent search engine to their portfolio should proceed with caution, especially if they value their income streams. Following a complaint from the MPAA one developer is now facing a six month wait for PayPal to unfreeze thousands in funds, the vast majority related to other projects. For several years PayPal has been trying to limit how much business it does with sites involved with copyright infringement. Unsurprisingly torrent sites are high up on the payment processors “do not touch†list. For that reason it is quite rare to see PayPal offered as a donation method on the majority of public sites as these are spotted quite quickly and often shut down. It’s unclear whether PayPal does its own ‘scouting’ but the company is known to act upon complaints from copyright holders as part of the developing global “Follow the Money†anti-piracy strategy. This week Andrew Sampson, the software developer behind new torrent search engine ‘Strike‘, discovered that when you have powerful enemies, bad things can happen. With no advertising on the site, Sampson added his personal PayPal account in case anyone wanted to donate. Quickly coming to the conclusion that was probably a bad idea, Sampson removed the button and carried on as before. One month later PayPal contacted him with bad news. “We are contacting you as we have received a report that your website https://getstrike.net is currently infringing upon the intellectual property of Motion Picture Association of America, Inc.,†PayPal began. “Such infringement also violates PayPal’s Acceptable Use Policy. Therefore your account has been permanently limited.†It isn’t clear why PayPal waited for a month after donations were removed from Strike to close Sampson’s six-year-old account but the coder believes that his public profile (he doesn’t hide his real identity) may have led to his issues. “It seems someone at the MPAA realized I took donations using PayPal from some of my other LEGAL open source projects (like https://github.com/Codeusa/Borderless-Gaming) and was able to get the email of my account,†the dev told TF. While Sampson had regularly been receiving donations from users of his other open source projects, he says he only received $200 from users of Strike, a small proportion of the $2,500 in his personal account when PayPal shut it down. “That money was earned through legitimate freelance work and was going to be used specifically for my rent/car payment so it kind of sucks,†he says. While it’s going to be a painful 180 day wait for Sampson to get his money back from PayPal, the lack of options for receiving donations on his other projects could prove the most damaging moving forward. Sampson does accept Bitcoin, but it’s nowhere near as user-friendly as PayPal. Of course, this is all part of the MPAA’s strategy. By making sites like Strike difficult to run, they hope that developers like Sampson will reconsider their positions and move on. And in this case they might just achieve their aims. “I’ve allowed someone else to manage the site for the time being. It will operate as it normally does but I need a bit to clear my head and don’t want anything to do with it as it’s become quite stressful,†Sampson says. “I think the MPAA is playing low ball tactics against a developer who just wanted a better search engine. I don’t condone piracy, but I sure as hell understand why it happens.†https://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-complained-so-we-seized-your-funds-paypal-says-150517/
  2. Tracker's Name: So-Torrent Genre: General Sign-up Link: https://www.so-torrent.com/register.php Closing date: 08-04-2015 or 09-04-2015 Additional information: FRENCH private Tracker. No limitation of registration number, so go register, it takes like 5 minutes, and invitations are easy to "farm". Reason : TGN.net just closed and So-Torrent opens it registrations to allow TGN member to join a good french tracker.
  3. The registry behind the Somalian .SO TLD has banned more "Kickass" related domain names, citing illegal activities. The actions target Kickas.so, Kickasstorrents.so, Kickassmovie.so and several others domains, even a parked one. The owners, who are not affiliated with the popular torrent site, lost their domain names without prior notice. With millions of unique visitors per day KickassTorrents has become a prime target for copyright holders, many of whom would like to see the site taken offline. Among other tactics, copyright holders ask domain name registries to suspend pirate site domain names. For a long time the Somalian .so TLD appeared to be a relatively safe haven, but this changed last month when the Kickass.so domain was “banned.†Initially the action appeared to be an isolated incident, but the .SO registry wasn’t done with the Kickass brand yet. A few days ago the .SO registry targeted a new round of “Kickass†related domains. Kikass.so, Kickas.so, Kickasstorrent.so, Kickasstorrents.so, Kickasstorrent.so, Kickassmovies.so and Kickassmovie.so were all added to the ban list. Interestingly, none of the domains were affiliated with the notorious torrent site. Kickassmovies.so, for example, was a relatively low traffic streaming site that simply used the Kickass brand to gain traffic. A similar domain name, Kickassmovie.so, wasn’t even operational. The owner had parked the domain which wasn’t linking to any infringing material. Still, this domain was banned as well for an alleged violation of .SO’s policies. “The central registry has deleted the domain ‘kickassmovie.so’. The domain was in violation of their usage policy,†Dynadot informed the owner. The .SO registry isn’t commenting on its actions, but it’s very likely that complaints from copyright holders are the main reason. By taking away the domain names of popular sites rightsholders hope to frustrate and confuse the public. To a certain degree this strategy seems to be working. KickassTorrents is currently hard to find on search engines such as Google. Instead, many users are redirected to scam sites where they have to leave their credit card details to register a “free†account. Findability issues aside, the real KickassTorrents is still alive and kicking. The site continues to operate on its old Kickass.to domain name, which regained its spot among the 100 most visited sites on the Internet. http://torrentfreak.com/so-registry-bans-more-kickasstorrents-domains-150304/
  4. Tracker's Name: So-Torrent Genre: General Sign-up Link: https://www.so-torrent.com/register.php Additional information: So-Torrent is a French Private Torrent Tracker for Movies / TV / General
  5. Tracker Name: So-Torrent.com - ( Old Gks.gs ) Genre: General Signup Link: https://www.so-torrent.com/register.php Closing date: Signup close at monday 00h00 GMT+1, hurry up... Additional information: This is a new tracker but this is almost the same with old Gks.gs and with almost all old members Site language is French. Registered user: 3,974 User limit: 10 000 Torrents: 16,818 Seeders: 32798 Peers: 32,954
  6. Remarkable stunts and beautiful city life showcased by talented YouTubers. There's something so relentlessly enjoyable about roaming the urban and rural landscapes of Grand Theft Auto 5. The sheer freedom to experiment with its vehicles, people, and constructions, has resulted in a game with near-limitless potential on how much fun you can make for yourself. Now the game's developer, Rockstar, is putting the spotlight on undiscovered YouTubers who have created some of the most beautiful and bamboozling user-created videos for the game, from impossible stunts to professional-grade music videos. These new videos follow GTA 5's release on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and expect more to follow when the game ships for PC on January 27. Rockstar's collection of nine fan videos can be found here, and below we've highlighted what we consider to be the best five: Los Santos by Night, by The XXI, offers a wonderful montage showcasing how GTA V is beautiful for all its little details. GTAV Online, from PS3 to PS4, by Kokonitos, is possibly the most unflatteringly generic title for this wonderful music video piece. The meticulously arranged footage features wonderful pop culture nods, such as the Terminator 2 chase scene, and is infused with mauve and purple hues. The music, a Daft Punk cover by indie folk band Daughter, makes for an excellent choice too. Freestyle Daytage, by Fishy Dizzle, is quite extraordinary. It's BMX stunt riding across the city, sometimes in third-person and sometimes in first, which makes ingenious use of Los Santos' many rails and platforms. The trick pulled off at 2:16 makes all that vulgar dubstep in the background completely worth it. Now for something completely different, called GTA5 Next Gen Skydive, by Ash0191. This is a highlight reel of improbable skydive stunts pulled off with god-like precision. As Woody once put it, this is falling with style. First Person Scorcher Tower Wallride, by VaNilla, is a quite possibly the coolest thing ever done in GTA V. We won't spoil it for you, but how this trick was even conceived is mind-boggling in itself.
  7. Rita Ora thinks Ariana Grande is 'so cute'. The 23-year-old R.I.P. singer is a big fan of the Break Free hitmaker, 21. And although Ariana's not much younger, Rita can't help but gush over her love for the petite star. "I love her. She's so cute,' Rita told UK newspaper The Mirror. "I love her form many reasons," she added. "One because she could live in someone's pocket, and two she's a real girl and she works really hard.' Rita has meanwhile been focused on her own music as of late. The English pop star is getting ready for the release of her second record following her 2012 debut Ora. She previously pulled her first album from being launched in the US, but said earlier this month she's feeling more confident than ever about making her US debut. "So my new record's coming out this year; it's my first US debut. I'm not gonna lie, I'm also a bit nervous," she told teenvogue.com in a behind-the-scenes video of her cover shoot for the publication. "I've worked with some people that I never dreamed I'd work with, [DJ and electronic musician] Major Lazer is on there, Prince is on there; it's almost like I'm bringing London to America,' she said. The star also opened about about her split from DJ Calvin Harris earlier this year, reassuring readers going through a break-up they 'will love someone else again'. But she confessed that ideology doesn't stop her from romanticising her future loves. And she warns others not to give her a hard time for it. 'I think it's that people may forget I'm just a 23-year-old girl who wants to be in love,' she sighed. 'And even though I live and breathe my job, I still want someone to want me. That's how every girl feels." Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  8. Hollywood has helped to get The Pirate Bay blocked in many countries, but not on its home turf. There are now various signs that this may change in the near future. Among other things, the MPAA has conducted internal research to show that site blocking is rather effective. Website blocking has become one of the favorite anti-piracy tools of the entertainment industries in recent years. The UK is a leader on this front, with the High Court ordering local ISPs to block access to dozens of popular file-sharing sites, including The Pirate Bay and KickassTorrents. Not everyone is equally excited about these measures and researchers have called their effectiveness into question. This prompted a Dutch court to lift The Pirate Bay blockade a few months ago. The MPAA, however, hopes to change the tide and prove these researchers wrong. Earlier today Hollywood’s anti-piracy wish list was revealed through a leaked draft various copyright groups plan to submit to the Australian Government. Buried deep in the report is a rather intriguing statement that refers to internal MPAA research regarding website blockades. “Recent research of the effectiveness of site blocking orders in the UK found that visits to infringing sites blocked declined by more than 90% in total during the measurement period or by 74.5% when proxy sites are included,†it reads. In other words, MPAA’s own data shows that website blockades do help to deter piracy. Without further details on the methodology it’s hard to evaluate the findings, other than to say that they conflict with previous results. But there is perhaps an even more interesting angle to the passage than the results themselves. Why would the MPAA take an interest in the UK blockades when Hollywood has its own anti-piracy outfit (FACT) there? Could it be that the MPAA is planning to push for website blockades in the United States? This is not the first sign to point in that direction. Two months ago MPAA boss Chris Dodd said that ISP blockades are one of the most effective anti-tools available. Combine the above with the fact that the United States is by far the biggest traffic source for The Pirate Bay, and slowly the pieces of the puzzle begin to fall into place. It seems only a matter of time before the MPAA makes a move towards website blocking in the United States. Whether that’s through a voluntary agreement or via the courts, something is bound to happen. http://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-research-blocking-the-pirate-bay-works-so-140828/
  9. Tracker's Name: So-Torrent Genre: General Sign-up Link: http://www.so-torrent.com/account-signup.php Additional information:FRENCH Private Tracker (movies / TV / ...)