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  1. Belgian Internet providers have won their court case against music group SABAM, which had demanded a 3.4 percent cut of all subscriber fees to compensate artists. The court ruled that ISPs are a mere conduit and can't be taxed as a public broadcast medium. Over the past several years Belgian music rights group SABAM has pressured Internet providers to take responsibility for online piracy. An effort to force ISPs to monitor and filter copyrighted material found itself stranded in the European Court, but the group didn’t give up. In one of its latest attempts SABAM sued the Belgian ISPs Belgacom, Telenet and Voo, claiming a 3.4 percent cut of all Internet subscriber fees as compensation for the rampant piracy they enable through their networks. SABAM argued that authors should be paid for all “public broadcasts†of musical compositions. Pirated downloads and streams on the Internet are such public broadcasts according to the group, and therefore require proper compensation. This proposed “pirate tax†would not make it legal for consumers to download from unauthorized sources. In their defense the ISPs countered that they are not liable for pirating consumers, as they are mere conduits. ISPs simply forward information without knowing what travels through their networks. This week the Brussels Court ruled in favor of the Internet provider. According to the court ISPs should be characterized as mere conduits instead of communication tools for public broadcasts. As a result, the music right group is not allowed to demand royalties from ISPs, which means that the controversal “pirate tax†is off the table for now. SABAM is disappointed with the verdict which, according to CEO Christophe Depreter, opposes the general view of the European Court of Justice. “The European Court of Justice has frequently stressed that the economic benefit that someone has from relaying works, is often crucial for the decision if this is an act of communication to the public that falls within the exclusive right of the author,†Depreter says. The music rights group is still considering what steps to take in response. Next week SABAM will announce whether or not it will appeal the verdict. https://torrentfreak.com/internet-providers-win-court-case-over-pirate-tax-150317/
  2. Broadcast Music honoured internationally-celebrated lyricist Sir Tim Rice as a BMI Icon at the 2014 BMI London Awards. Music industry guests including Van Morrison, Ray Davies, Don Black and Johnny Quinn (Snow Patrol) filled London's Dorchester Hotel to celebrate the UK, European and Caribbean songwriters, producers and publishers of the most-performed songs on United States radio and television in the past year. Sir Tim Rice was named BMI Icon because of his 'unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers' and joins a list of past honourees including John Lydon, Queen, Ray Davies, Don Black, Donovan andBryan Ferry, among others. BMI presented Nile Rodgers (BMI) with the Song of the Year Award (The Robert S. Musel Award) for 'Get Lucky,' co-written with Thomas Bangalter (PRS/SACEM) and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo (PRS/SACEM) of Daft Punk, and Pharrell Williams. This award is given to the most-performed song by UK or European writers in the BMI catalogue on US radio and television over the past twelve months. The track was published by Imagem Music (PRS) and beat stiff competition from Ed Sheeran and Ellie Goulding. Avicii won the Dance Award for his smash hit 'Wake Me Up,' performed with Aloe Blacc and published by Sony/ATV Music. The song reached Number One in twenty-two countries including Australia, New Zealand, Hungary, Ireland and the UK. In the UK, the track was the fifth most streamed track of 2013 and spent 32 consecutive weeks in the Top 40. Throughout the night, BMI honoured many British songwriters and co-writers of the most-performed songs on U.S. radio and television. Emeli Sandé (PRS) earned a pop award for 'Next to Me' and for her collaboration with Labrinth on 'Beneath Your Beautiful,' as well as Wayne Hector for 'Best Song Ever' performed by One Direction. Songwriting powerhouse Sacha Skarbek was celebrated for the worldwide hit 'Wrecking Ball' made famous by Miley Cyrus as well as Nicky Romero who was honoured for 'Right Now' performed by Rihanna. Julian Bunetta and John Ryan were honoured for "Best Song Ever" and together with Jamie Scott were among the writers honoured for "Story of My Life". Ellie Goulding was a triple winner for her songwriting in "Anything Could Happen","Burn", and "I Need Your Love". Mike Rosenberg took honours for "Let Her Go". Previous BMI Icon Van Morrison received the BMI Million-Air Award to honour the eleven million combined radio plays of 'Brown Eyed Girl' , now putting it firmly in the Top 10 Songs of All Time on US radio and television, as well as 'Have I Told You Lately' has had seven million. Also recognised were composers of the most-watched and highest-grossing television programs and films, along with the legendary songwriters behind classics that have generated more than three million U.S. radio and television performances. Here's a complete list of 2014 BMI London Award winners: BMI Icon Sir Tim Rice Song of the Year The Robert S. Musel Award Get Lucky Nile Rodgers * Thomas Bangalter Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo Pharrell Williams Imagem Music Dance Award Wake Me Up Avicii Aloe Blacc Sony/ATV Music 2014 London Pop Award Songs Anything Could Happen Ellie Goulding Global Talent Publishing Beneath Your Beautiful Labrinth Emeli Sandé Sony/ATV Music Publishing Stellar Songs Best Song Ever Wayne Hector Julian Bunetta * John Ryan * Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe Robin Braun Ronni Vindahl Sony/ATV Music Publishing Bruises Amund Bjørklund Espen Lind Sony/ATV Music Publishing Stellar Songs Burn Ellie Goulding Noel Zancanella * Global Talent Publishing C'est La Vie Björn Djupström Alexander 'Alex' Papaconstantinou Bilal 'The Chef' Hajji * Achraf 'AJ Junior' Jannusi * RedOne * Don't Stop the Party Frederick 'Toots' Hibbert * Dj Chino * Jorge A. Gomez Martinez * Armando 'Pitbull' Perez * Blue Mountain Music Everything Has Changed Ed Sheeran Taylor Swift * Sony/ATV Music Publishing Feel This Moment Magne Furuholmen Morten Harket PÃ¥l Waaktaar Christina Aguilera * Nolan Lambroza * Nasri * Armando 'Pitbull' Perez * Urales 'DJ Buddha' Vargas * Sony/ATV Music Publishing Friday Night Rob Crosby * Rose Falcon * Universal Music Publishing Get Lucky Thomas Bangalter * Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo * Nile Rodgers * Imagem Music Heaven nor Hell Michael Poulsen M. P. Publishing APS Sony/ATV Music Publishing Here and Now Dale Stewart * Shaun Morgan Welgemoed * John Humphrey * I Need Your Love Ellie Goulding Global Talent Publishing Lego House Ed Sheeran Sony/ATV Music Publishing Let Her Go Mike Rosenberg Sony/ATV Music Publishing Little Things Fiona Bevan Ed Sheeran Imagem Music Sony/ATV Music Publishing Live While We're Young Rami Yacoub Marry Me Jonas Jeberg * Marlin 'Hookman' Bonds * Jason Derülo * BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd. a BMG Chrysalis company Mermaid Amund Bjørklund Espen Lind Sony/ATV Music Publishing Stellar Songs Next To Me Emeli Sandé Sony/ATV Music Publishing Stellar Songs Numb Klas Ahlund Axwell Universal Music Publishing Rest Of My Life Afrojack Giorgio Tuinfort * Christopher 'Ludacris' Bridges * Afrojack Publishing BMG Talpa Music B.V. Piano Songs Right Now Nicky Romero Giorgio Tuinfort * Rihanna * Ester Dean * BMG Talpa Music B.V. Nicky Romero Music Piano Songs Still Counting Thomas Bredahl Anders Kjølholm Jon Larsen Michael Poulsen M. P. Publishing APS Sony/ATV Music Publishing Story of My Life Niall Horan Zayn Malik Liam Payne Jamie Scott Harry Styles Louis Tomlinson Julian Bunetta * John Ryan * PPM Music Sony/ATV Music Publishing True Love Lily Allen P!nk * Universal Music Publishing Wake Me Up Avicii Sony/ATV Music Publishing Wrecking Ball Sacha Skarbek Stephan Moccio BMG Rights Management GMBH TV Music Awards America's Got Talent Jos Jorgenson * Andy Love * CSI Pete Townshend Grey's Anatomy Carim Clasmann Galia Durant The Amazing Race Christopher Franke Vaughn Johnson* Lee Sanders* The Good Wife David Buckley Chicago Fire Atli Orvarsson * Chicago P.D. Atli Orvarsson* Film Music Awards Noah Clint Mansell * The Monuments Men Alexandre Desplat White House Down Harald Kloser * Thomas Wander * Million-Air Awards 12 Million Performances Award Every Breath You Take Sting GM Sumner Sony/ATV Music Publishing 11 Million Performances Award Brown Eyed Girl Van Morrison * Universal Music Publishing 9 Million Performances Award Layla Eric Clapton James Gordon * E.P. Clapton Warner/Chappell Music Publishing Ltd. 7 Million Performances Award Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic Sting GM Sumner Sony/ATV Music Publishing Honky Tonk Women Mick Jagger Keith Richards This Magic Moment Mort Shuman * Doc Pomus * 6 Million Performances Award Higher Love Steve Winwood Will Jennings * F S Ltd. Strangers In The Night Bert Kaempfert Charles Singleton * Eddie Snyder * What's Love Got To Do With It Graham Lyle Goodsingle Ltd. Hornall Brothers Music Ltd. 5 Million Performances Award All Right Now Paul Rodgers Andy Fraser * Blue Mountain Music Another Brick In The Wall Roger Waters Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd./Warner/Chappell Artemis Music Ltd. Warner/Chappell Artemis Music Ltd./Roger Waters Music Overseas Ltd. Bennie And The Jets Elton John Bernie Taupin Universal Music Publishing Gimme Some Lovin' Spencer Davies Muff Winwood Steve Winwood F S Ltd. Universal Music Publishing Have I Told You Lately Van Morrison * Sony/ATV Music Publishing I Guess That's Why They Call It The Blues Elton John HST Publishing Ltd./Universal Music Publishing Universal Music Publishing/HST Publishing Ltd. It Must Have Been Love Per Gessle Jimmy Fun Music Listen To Your Heart Per Gessle Mats Persson Jimmy Fun Music Rocket Man Elton John Bernie Taupin Universal Music Publishing Take Me Home Tonight Mick Leeson Peter Vale C&D Music Ltd./Warner/Chappell Artemis Music Ltd. Warner/Chappell Artemis Music Ltd./C&D Music Ltd. Thank You Paul Herman Cheeky Music 4 Million Performances Award If I Can't Have You Barry Gibb * Maurice Gibb * Robin Gibb * Crompton Songs Universal Music Publishing Warner/Chappell Music Ltd. Owner Of A Lonely Heart Jon Anderson Trevor Horn Chris Squire Trevor Rabin * Carlin Music Corp. Unforgettable Songs Ltd. Save Tonight Eagle-Eye Cherry * Kobalt Music Publishing Limited The Things We Do For Love Graham Gouldman Eric Stewart Sony/ATV Music Publishing Tiny Dancer Elton John Bernie Taupin Universal Music Publishing Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  3. The future of streaming music service Grooveshark is in doubt after a United States District Court issued summary judgment in one of the cases actioned by the major labels. In addition to a full house of copyright infringement charges against the service, its founders were also found liable for direct infringement. Beleaguered music service Grooveshark is facing its biggest threat yet after a long-running case with the major labels of the RIAA came to a close last evening. In a ruling by United States District Judge Thomas P. Griesa in the United States District Court in Manhattan, Grooveshark parent company Escape Media and two of the company’s top executives were found liable for infringing the rights of the labels on a grand scale. The summary judgment is not a pretty read. It summarizes Grooveshark’s history and how the service began with licensed aims in mind, but achieved that by infringing the labels’ rights in the hope of reaching deals later on. The initial problem was obtaining content to offer to users. The company solved the issue by getting employees to “seed†music to other users via its own P2P sharing software known as Sharkbyte. A 2007 email from co-founder Josh Greenberg to employees reads: Please share as much music as possible from outside the office, and leave your computers on whenever you can. This initial content is what will help to get our network started—it’s very important that we all help out! If you have available hard drive space on your computer, I strongly encourage you to fill it with any music you can find. Download as many MP3’s as possible, and add them to the folders you’re sharing on Grooveshark. Some of us are setting up special “seed points†to house tens or even hundreds of thousands of files, but we can’t do this alone… There is no reason why ANYONE in the company should not be able to do this, and I expect everyone to have this done by Monday… IF I DON’T HAVE AN EMAIL FROM YOU IN MY INBOX BY MONDAY, YOU’RE ON MY OFFICIAL SHIT LIST. In 2007, music obtained via Sharkbyte and other means was used to populate Grooveshark’s central music storage library. Internal company emails showed Greenberg, Tarantino and Escape’s senior programmer encouraging employees to bring in and download music so it could be uploaded to the company’s servers. By 2008 the Grooveshark service carried more than a million tracks, including thousands uploaded by Greenberg, Tarantino and other employees. That service grew by another million tracks and eventually into the streaming service available today. A year later the service was beginning to receive DMCA takedown notices but according to the decision handed down yesterday, the company had a solution to keep that content online. “Escape’s senior officers searched for infringing songs that had [been] removed in response to DMCA takedown notices and re-uploaded infringing copies of those songs to Grooveshark to ensure that the music catalog remained complete,†the decision reads. Furthermore, records show that thousands of the DMCA notices sent by the labels were forwarded internally to employees, including Greenberg and Tarantino, for the music they had personally uploaded. The fact that employees were uploading content became known to the labels following discovery in another case currently before the courts. While the Court accepted that Escape and its employees uploaded thousands of tracks, the huge numbers claimed by the labels were rejected. In total the Court found that the defendants are liable for uploading ‘just’ 5,977 copyright works. And, of course, there is the not insignificant number of tracks the company streamed to its users over the course of its operations. Escape’s own records show that it “streamed or publicly performedâ€, copies of plaintiffs’ copyrighted sound recordings at least 36 million times. “Each time Escape streamed one of plaintiffs’ song recordings, it directly infringed upon plaintiffs’ exclusive performance rights,†the decision reads. As a result of Greenberg and Tarantino instructing company employees to upload copyright-protected music to Grooveshark, the Court granted the labels’ motion for summary judgment on its claim for direct copyright infringement. On the secondary infringement front the Court ruled that Escape Media is liable for the direct infringements of the employees it instructed to upload music. “[The record labels] advance three theories of secondary liability: (1) vicarious copyright infringement, (2) inducement of copyright infringement, and (3) contributory copyright infringement. The court finds for plaintiffs on all three theories of liability,†the judgment reads. In respect of Escape’s co-founders, Tarantino and Greenberg, the Court found that they are not only “jointly and severally liable for Escape’s direct and secondary copyright infringement†but also liable for direct infringement due to their own personal uploads of infringing content to Grooveshark. The judgment concludes with an instruction for the parties to submit proposals on the scope of a permanent injunction against Grooveshark within 21 days. Escape Media has already announced its intention to appeal. http://torrentfreak.com/labels-win-grooveshark-copyright-infringement-case-140930/
  4. New data shows that the Emmy's award ceremony resulted in a piracy surge for many of the nominated shows. For Emmy winner Breaking Bad the number of file-sharers increased more than 400% overnight due to the increased exposure, and most other nominated shows saw a spike in pirate interest too. People have many different motivations to pirate TV-shows and other media. Availability is a factor, for example, and price plays a role as well. Another important driver of piracy is exposure or promotion through traditional media. The latter is illustrated by new research from piracy monitoring firm CEG TEK, who found that the interest in pirated copies of Emmy nominated TV-shows surged after the award show aired on television. The company measured the BitTorrent swarms of 50 Emmy-nominated TV-shows and found a big spike in overall piracy rates. Breaking Bad, winner of the Emmy for best drama series and several individual awards, saw a 412% increase in peers after the award ceremony. Pirate’s interest in True Detective, House of Cards, Homeland and The Newsroom also spiked at least 340% the day after the Emmys. These peaks are unusual according to CEG TEK, who note of the 47 of the 50 nominated shows they monitored saw an increase in sharing activity. “Typically, piracy peaks on weekends, but of the 50 shows we monitored, 47 were pirated more as a result of the Primetime Emmy Awards broadcast,†CEG TEK CTO Jon Nicolini says. “Clearly, the prestige of the Emmys is alive and well,†he adds. While an Emmy award is certainly a big win, some people in the TV industry believe that being the most pirated TV-show may do even more to boost a show’s profile. Jeff Bewkes, CEO of HBO’s parent company Time Warner, previously said that Game of Thrones piracy resulted in more subscriptions for his company and that receiving the title of “most pirated†show was “better than an Emmy.†So that’s a double score for the Emmy winners then. http://torrentfreak.com/breaking-bad-piracy-surges-emmy-win-research-finds-140903/
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    Official Promotion Contest!

    Hello InviteScene members and soon-to-be members! It's time we had another contest, and this one is very easy for everyone! We are holding a promotion contest for one month (with possible extension) and we have some great prizes for the top three promoters in the contest. 1st Place - Seedbox for 2 months, permanent VIP, and 400 rep points 2nd Place - Seedbox for 1 month, 3 month VIP, and 300 rep points 3rd Place - 1 month VIP and 250 rep points How do you promote? That's a good question, and that's really easy as well. You can promote IS in numerous ways for example: 1) Like and/or follow the official Invite Scene's Facebook Page 2) Like and/or follow the official Invite Scene's Twitter Page 3) Post a brief introductory paragraph to the forum on your own Facebook, Twitter or various blogs/forums. You can paste the following paragraph if you don't want to write your own. http://www.invitescene.com : Invite Scene - Your Search for Private Torrent Invites Ends Here ! is ideal if your looking for free invites for every private torrent tracker that exists. There you will discover a plethora of free invites and you can trade, buy and sell invites and accounts for every private torrent tracker there is. You will discover invites/accounts for the likes of IPTorrents, TorrentLeech, BroadcasThe.Net, SceneAccess, What.CD, PassThePopcorn, HDBits, CHDbits, Fux0r and many more. In addition, the forum has a fantastic community for which you can find help/advice or just interesting conversations via the daily threads that are posted. Rules 1) Unedited proof must be submitted and uploaded using IS upload image in this thread. 2) Every member can only participant in this promotion system once. 3) If your posting on various forums/blogs, ensure you read their posting guidelines first. What we don't want to do is create a negative impression by spamming or posting on completely irrelevant websites. 4) No fake accounts. The provided proof will be thoroughly checked. It's just that easy! Post your links in the contest thread to be checked or you can post them here with the line "contest" at the bottom. You guys and girls are the best users on the internet, and it's time to let everyone else know! Do your best and earn great prizes! Thank you all so very much. - InviteScene Administration
  6. Football fever is catching on around the globe as teams and fans gear up for World Cup 2014 which begins in Brazil on June 12 as 32 teams will fight for the championship. Which team do you think is going to win the World Cup? Comment Below and Vote above
  7. Ok guyz , Question is easy ; '' Which team will win the Champions League 2013-2014 season Cup ¿ I go first , Mine's ; Real Madrid and Key Player is ; CR7 , this one is my choice , so whatz urz ¿ Pls don't forget to use ur vote ! Let The Game Begin !
  8. Perhaps it's not much of a surprise, but the day after the Oscar award ceremony the winning films are in high demand among pirates. The number of people sharing "12 Years A Slave" via BitTorrent tripled, and the number of "Gravity" downloads more than doubled. With 7 Oscars Gravity was the big winner at the Academy Awards ceremony on Sunday evening. However, the Oscar for the best motion picture went to 12 years a Slave. While the makers of both films couldn’t be happier, there’s also a dark side to this success. Soon after the Hollywood festivities ended, the number of downloads for both films gradually increased. For example, the number of 12 Years a Slave pirates downloading the film via BitTorrent tripled, resulting in more than 100,000 extra downloads on Monday. The interest in 7-time Oscar winner Gravity increased as well, as the number of active downloaders on the most popular torrent more than doubled. The temporary boost in piracy is a recurring phenomenon for Oscar winners. The same happened to The Hurt Locker, which prompted movie studio Voltage Pictures to sue tens of thousands of downloaders. Whether the makers of Gravity and 12 Years a Slave have similar plans has yet to be seen.