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  1. Both Shakira and Pitbull have made winning world cup anthems, but whose song is better, is Shakira’s “La,La,La (Brasil 2014)†or Pitbull’s “We Are One†the superior song?
  2. Tracker's Name: HD - World Genre: General Sign-up Link: http://hd-world.net/signup.php?agree=yes&invitehash= Closing date: N/A Additional information: HD-World is a ITALIAN Private Torrent Tracker for HD MOVIES / GENERAL Torrents : 7,993 Seeders : 16,254 Leechers : 531 Peers : 16,785
  3. Tracker Name: WorldTorrents Genre: General Review (If Any ): N/A Sign Up Link: http://worldtts.com/account-signup.php Closing Time: N/A Additional Information: WorldTorrents is a Portuguese Private Torrent Tracker for 0-Day / General releases.
  4. The park is open… The first poster has arrived online for Jurassic World, teasing a long-awaited return to Isla Nublar. Featuring the classic Jurassic Park logo against a foreboding, smoky background, the new poster aims for ominous and does a nice job of getting the goosebumps going ahead of next year’s release. “The park is open,†booms the official tagline, making us want to pile into the nearest jeep, head off into the rain-soaked jungle in search of a luckless goat, and wait for feeding time. The new film will take place some 22 years after the events of the original, with the action returning to the remote Isla Nublar, where the park is back up an running once more, and finally open to the public… Directed by Colin Trevorrow and co-starring Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard and Vincent D’Onofrio, Jurassic World will open in the UK on 12 June 2015. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  5. "To make it truly immersive we had to let people explore it their way," says CD Projekt Red. The Witcher franchise's "missing element" was an open-world design, according to Polish developer CD Projekt Red. In a new interview with VG247, CD Projekt Red's Michal Platkow-Gilewski said the studio always wanted to make a truly open-world Witcher game, but technical limitations held the company back from being able to do so in the way that it wanted to. "It's only with the next-gen consoles that we can do much more," he said about The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. "Open-world was something we've always wanted to do and we believed that was the missing element for this story. To make it truly immersive we had to let people explore it their way. We always wanted this but we couldn't because of technical limitations and because of the experience and size of the team." CD Projekt Red has not held back in boasting about the size of The Witcher 3's open-world. The studio said previously that the game is 35 times the size of The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings and 20 percent larger than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. For more on The Witcher 3's open-world, check out GameSpot's in-depth thoughtsabout what open-world means for the game. Also in the interview, Platkow-Gilewski discussed the Witcher's evolution from its origins as a PC-exclusive to its multiplatform status today. "With The Witcher 3, we knew that we would have to reach a wider audience," he said. "We needed to be on the new consoles and in particular the PS4, because a lot of people are attracted to them." The Witcher 2 for Xbox 360 was CD Projekt Red's first console release. Platkow-Gilewski explained that it was "very hard" to make the game run on that console, and revealed that the studio even had to "redo" a lot of in-game elements to make it work. The Witcher 3 for PlayStation 4 will represent the franchise's debut on a Sony platform, as The Witcher 2 was never released for PlayStation 3. As for why The Witcher 3 is not coming to Xbox 360 or PS3, CD Projekt Red said previously that it would be "impossible" to deliver the full vision for the game on those platforms. Last week, CD Projekt Red responded to a claim from an anonymous "insider" that claimed the team had been "crunching for over a year" in a bid to overcome development challenges. The Witcher 3 launches on February 24, 2015 for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC. For more, check outGameSpot's previous coverage. Add Rep and Leave a feedback Reputation is the green button in the down right corner on my post
  6. Tracker's Name: world wrestling torrents Genre: Sports Sign-up Link: http://worldwrestlingtorrents.net/register.php Closing date: soon Review's Link: http://www.invitescene.com/index.php/topic/8571-misc-worldwrestlingtorrents-wwt-l-misc-l-september-2014-exclusive-review/ Additional information: World Wrestling Torrents (WWT) is a Private Torrent Tracker for professional wrestling and mma. His content is very good and already count 4037 torrents. Most files are DVDRip and HDTV but you may also see some old rare VHSRips . Speeds are good and ratio need a little care in the begin. Twitter: https://twitter.com/wwtorrents Stats: ---------------- Enabled Users: 23,936 [Details] Torrents: 2,186 Donors: 358 Snatches: 295,610 Peers: 5,022 Seeders: 4,948 Leechers: 74 Seeder/Leecher Ratio: 66.86
  7. James Cameron’s Avatar remains, after breaking the record five years ago, the highest-grossing movie of all time. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that the director has three sequels in pre-production (with a rumored collective budget of $1 billion) and is preparing to shoot them all back-to-back, with leads Zoe Saldana and Sam Worthington reprising their roles as lovers and freedom fighters Jake Sully and Neytiri. Whether the thought of Avatar 2, Avatar 3 and Avatar 4has you jumping for joy or just feeling very tired, the next few chapters of Cameron’s epic sci-fi saga are nonetheless going to be barrelling their way into theaters starting from December 2016. The first film, as many of its critics noted, reiterated the themes of imperialism and racism that were also central to movies like Pocahontas and Dances With Wolves, and you can bet that Cameron has a whole lot still left to say about real world issues through a story about 10-foot tall blue aliens. In fact, Cameron himself has given his assurance that the fantastical nature ofAvatar‘s world won’t prevent him from including Real Talk in Avatar 2-4. Little is known about the plots of the movies so far, aside from the fact that the oceans of Pandora will be explored using groundbreaking underwater filming techniques(Cameron is a fan of life under the sea), but speaking to Variety the director strongly hinted that moviegoers can expect to see more real world issues crop up. “There’s nothing I need to say as an artist about the state of the world and human affairs that I can’t do through the lens of the ‘Avatar’ universe. We’ve had a couple of years to think through the story arc of the next three films, and every day that goes by, I believe in the stories I’m telling more and more. We’re not coming out of the block fast to capitalize on the last film.†The latter part of Cameron’s statement is certainly true; by the time Avatar 2 is released, a full seven years will have passed since the release of the original film, but after that a new Avatar sequel will hit theaters every year until 2018. Cameron made the statement in the context of a profile piece about Fox chairman and CEO Jim Gianopulos, who is described by Cameron and other directors as being very willing to get involved into the artistic side of filming as well as the business side. Whether you love Avatar or hate it, there’s no denying that the filmmaking techniques created for the film – most prominently the performance capture technology that has since been used to great effect in films like Dawn of the Planet of the Apes – has helped changed the landscape of cinema, and Gianopulos says that this will only continue in the sequels. “We know it’s going to be a long journey. We know it’s not going to be cheap. We know it’s not going to be without new discoveries and new challenges in the process of producing something that is so beyond the normal form of filmmaking and technology, but what could be more exciting than that.†Avatar pushed a lot of boundaries, if not necessarily in the story that was told then at least in the way that it was told, and with three sequels still to come and a story arc spanning all of them it will be interesting to see what Cameron has planned next for this universe. One thing is certain: if the Avatar sequels are as successful as the first film, then they may well end up dominating the face of cinema within the next few years. Avatar 2 is set for release in December 2016, with Avatar 3 and Avatar 4 following in 2017 and 2018. http://screenrant.com/avatar-2-3-4-story-themes-cameron/
  8. - Outlander has garnered strong opinions for those both for and against Starz newest drama series. It appears as though fans, newcomers and book readers alike have won the day as the show has been renewed for a second season. Whatever you may think of Outlander, it’s here to stay (for now). In this week’s episode, titled ‘Castle Leoch,’ Claire must learn to quickly adapt to the customs of 1743 Scotland if she hopes to ever find her way home. We also learn more about the political structure, as the leaders of Clan MacKenzie are revealed to be a suspicious sort of folk. Claire is clearly no English spy, but it was comical watching her frustrations toward her hosts as she was constantly under watch. Her relationship with Jamie is developing nicely, but it was strange to hear her say that her husband was dead. Sure, if one was to think logically, Frank was not even born in 1743, but has she already given up hope of ever finding him? While her constant re-bandaging of Jamie’s shoulder throughout the episode brought on some nice flirtatious banter, doesn’t it seem like she’s falling for the handsome Scot a little too quickly? Either way, Caitriona Balfe and Sam Heughan’s chemistry is superb and it’s one of the reasons to keep tuning in over the next several weeks. Jamie’s back-story was well developed, as Moore and his team use flashbacks and flash-forwards with great precision. Back in the 20th century, Frank takes on an Obi-Wan Kenobi type role as the voice of reason in Claire’s mind. The interrogation scenes between her and Colum MacKenzie (Gary Lewis) added some much needed tension and uncertainty. Outlander may be a slow-burn, much like HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, but in that deliberate pacing lies some fascinating scenes. Take our introduction to the lovely red-headed Geillis Duncan (Lotte Verbeek), for example. Her encounter with Claire in the gardens was a subtle sequence, but it was one filled with a great deal of intrigue. From the very first moment the two women lock eyes, it seems as though anything is possible. Behind Verbeek’s knowing smile, there are a thousand emotions plastered on her face. What’s her end game and why is she so interested in Claire? According to Duncan, the towns people call her a witch, due to her dabbling in potions and elixirs, but could there really be something magical looming behind those bright eyes? Only time will tell. The MacKenzie brothers (Dougal and Colum) are an interesting pair as well. Colum may be the one in charge, but Dougal seemingly keeps his own council. There’s definitely serious history between these two, which will hopefully be described in more detail as the season progresses. Other notable moments from this week’s outing came in the form of this reviewer’s new favorite character, Mrs. Fitzgibbons (Annette Badland). The lovely woman’s moments with Claire offered some welcome comic relief, especially the “changing-scene.†The look on Fitzgibbon’s face when she first saw Claire’s undergarments was perfectly captured. Claire also proved her cleverness by saying her clothes were French. These two ladies need more screen-time together. ‘Castle Leoch’ was another solid outing for Outlander, which is in no hurry to finish its story. Saying the show is “slow†sounds too derogatory for a series as well-crafted as this one. Is everyone sticking around for the journey? Stay tuned to see what happens next. Outlander continues with ‘The Way Out’ next Saturday @9pm on Starz. http://screenrant.com/outlander-season-1-episode-2-castle-leoch-review/
  9. Tracker Name: HD-World Genre: HD Sign-up Link: http://hd-world.net/signup.php?agree=yes&invitehash= Closing Date: N/A Additional Information: Italian Private Tracker for HD
  10. If Facebook founder, Mark Zuckerberg will keep growing at the current pace, soon he will become world richest person leaving behind legends like Bill Gates and Warren Buffett. Facebook’s Q2 2014 earnings just came to light, and Zuckerberg’s worth increased $1.6 billion beyond his financial worth prior to Facebook’s earnings report. The social media company had Wall Street expectations to soar to $2.81 billion, but Facebook soared to $2.91 billion with an increase in sales of 61 percent. In a Bloomberg interview, Facebook Effect author David Kirkpatrick said that Zuckerberg is “just getting started. He’s going to become the richest person on the planet.†With Zuckerberg’s rise in financial worth to $33.3 billion, he’s now in front of Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin as well as Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos at just 30 years old. Zuckerberg’s ranked at no. 16, followed by Page and Brin (nos. 17 and 18). Facebook purchased text messaging company WhatsApp earlier this Spring, with stern warning from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to respect the WhatsApp privacy policy that was in place before the acquisition. In recent weeks, the social media company’s been at the center of a controversy regarding a social experiment it performed on 700,000 unsuspecting users before implementing any language of the sort into its user data policy.
  11. Legal action taken against hundreds of torrent, streaming and other file-sharing sites has far exceeded its stated aims. After blacking out the sites across several ISPs, FIFA affiliates hoped that piracy of the World Cup would be reduced. But weeks after the tournament ended the sites remain blocked with no sign of a retraction. While news of site blockades breaks every month (oftentimes more frequently) reports that sites have been unblocked are far less regular events. In fact, it’s becoming apparent that aside from isolated instances, once websites get put on national blocklists in the UK or Italy, for example, it is unlikely that they will become readily available again. Since no one in power is lobbying for blocked sites to be removed from censorship filters, sites such as The Pirate Bay and KickassTorrents will probably remain blocked indefinitely. There are no immediately obvious time-out events attached to these injunctions and there’s certainly no one prepared to go to court to argue over the details. Such sunset clauses are important though, as India is finding out. Back in July a TV network owned by Sony went to court in India to have hundreds of sites blocked at the ISP level after they allegedly made World Cup matches available online without permission. The 472 sites requested was reduced to 219 after an appeal by ISPs, but the injunction was still one of the broadest to date anywhere in the world. Whether it reduced piracy or placed money in Sony’s back pocket is anyone’s guess, but now – long after the World Cup ended – the blockades are still in place. Medianama says it has carried out tests and discovered that The Pirate Bay, Mega.co.nz, TorrentHound, LimeTorrents and TorrentFunk among dozens of others are still inaccessible through local ISPs. The news outlet also contacted Multi Screen Media, the Sony company behind the blocks, asking whether the company had asked for the blocks to be removed and why Dotcom’s Mega was targeted. The company did not respond. While some will argue that having sites blocked is a legitimate response to online piracy, it is difficult to maintain that stance long after any infringements cited in court cases have ended. That said, ex parte hearings are by their nature one-side, so it’s unlikely anyone will be looking out for the rights of their rivals anytime soon. http://torrentfreak.com/torrent-sites-stay-blocked-long-world-cup-ends-140722/
  12. 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
  13. A TV network operated by Sony has obtained a sweeping High Court injunction compelling Indian ISPs to block hundreds of 'pirate' sites. However, in addition to sites like The Pirate Bay, for the second time in a month Sony affiliates have sucked in innocent victims including several Google services and Kim Dotcom's Mega.co.nz. With the World Cup now heading to its semi-final stages, FIFA and its distribution partners are pushing hard to stem the tide of unauthorized content. While FIFA has even gone as far as taking action against Twitter avatars, news today shows that its affiliates are also prepared to disrupt the activities of hundreds of sites and countless millions of Internet users if that means protecting their copyrights. The development follows legal action initiated by Multi Screen Media PVT Ltd, a Sony Entertainment Television subsidiary in India. Earlier this year the company obtained a license from FIFA to broadcast the 2014 World Cup to Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Of course, content is now being made available elsewhere without permission, so the company has decided to do something about that. In a statement to the High Court in Delhi, counsel for Multi Screen Media explained that “various websites are indulging in hosting, streaming, providing access to†infringing content causing substantial loss of revenue not just for the company, but also to the government due to lost tax on TV subscription fees. The list of ‘infringing’ sites supplied to the High Court is huge – 479 sites in all – and contains well known sharing sites including The Pirate Bay, torrent storage site Torrage, 1337x, Demonoid, and dozens of file-hosting sites. Quite amazingly, however, the list also contains entirely legitimate sites including Google Docs, Google Video, Google URL shortener Goo.gl, and Kim Dotcom’s Mega.co.nz. None escape the criticism of Sony or the High Court. “Learned counsel for the plaintiff submits that many of the websites [in the list] are anonymous in nature and it is virtually impossible to locate the owners of such websites or contact details of such owners. It is further submitted that many of these Rogue Websites also hide behind domain privacy services offered by various domain name Registrars,†the judge wrote in his decision. “[Websites] listed below, or any other website identified by the Plaintiff are restrained, from in any manner hosting, streaming, broadcasting, rebroadcasting, retransmitting, exhibiting, making available for viewing and downloading, providing access to and / or communicating to the public, displaying, uploading, modifying, publishing, updating and/or sharing (including to its subscribers and users), through the internet, in any manner whatsoever,†he continued. With that Judge V. Kameswar Rao issued an order for the country’s ISPs to block the 479 sites in question – Google’s included – plus “such other websites that may subsequently be notified by the Plaintiff to be infringing of its exclusive rights.†While the Judge granting a blocking order against Google is bad enough, one has to question how the company’s services ended up on the High Court application in the first place. That is the responsibility of local anti-piracy company Markscan, who compiled the list for Multi Screen Media. Markscan were featured in a TorrentFreak article last month when they sent dozens of erroneous takedown notices to Google, again on behalf of a Sony company. “We want to assure you that we deploy technology, in addition to best efforts of our teams, to ensure that we do not impact legal content on yours, or any other website,†they told us at the time. Users of Google Docs, Goo.gl and Google Video may beg to differ. While some local ISPs have already initiated blockades, Google told Indian news outlet Medianama that there had been “no interruption of our services mentioned in the order.†The High Court order was issued June 23, alongside an instruction to distribute the summons to the defendant sites by July 22, 2014. Update: MediaNama is reporting that it has obtained a copy of an updated court order that isn’t yet available on the Delhi High Court website. The update reveals blocking requests for 219 sites, down from the 472 in the original order. No Google websites are in the updated list but many torrent and other file-sharing sites remain. Original List of 472 Sites to Be Blocked 1. cdn.playwire.com 2. embedupload.com 3. 1fichier.com 4. crocko.com 5. multiupload.nl 6. uppit.com 7. solidfiles.com 8. bayfiles.net 9. tusfiles.net 10. bitshare.com 11. muchshare.net 12. mega.co.nz 13. share-online.biz 14. sendspace.com 15. real4download.com 16. telugump3.biz 17. wapkafiles.com 18. telugumasthi.wapka.me 19. telugustar.net 20. myteluguwap.net 21. s1.myteluguwap.net 22. s2.myteluguwap.net 23. filestube.to 24. ul.to 25. mightyupload.com 26. uploaded.net 27. freakshare.com 28. putlocker.com 29. uploadable.ch 30. safelinking.net 31. ultramegabit.com 32. terafile.co 33. fileom.com 34. d01.megashares.com 35. dizzcloud.com 36. lumfile.com 37. fileparadox.in 38. nitrobits.com 39. filemonkey.in 40. fastshare.cz 41. keep2share.cc 42. k2s.cc 43. sharerepo.com 44. depositfiles.com 45. rapidshare.com 46. filerio.com 47. goo.gl 48. fcore.eu 49. anonfiles.com 50. adf.ly 51. megafiles.se 52. exashare.com 53. primeshare.tv 54. uploadc.com 55. 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  14. Twitter has removed the profile pictures of several of its users after the company received a takedown notice from World Cup organizer FIFA. The football organization forbids the use of any of its official logos and emblems on social media, including pictures of the World Cup trophy. While over a billion people are enjoying the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, organizer FIFA is working around the clock to make sure that their rights are protected. Stopping pirated live streams is one of the main priorities, but there is another concern. In all the excitement many social media users have added World Cup related logos and other pictures as their avatars, something that’s strictly forbidden by FIFA. The football organization fears that use of their logos and emblems by others may cause serious damage. FIFA believes that this endangers the entire worldwide football community. “Any unauthorized use of the Official Marks not only undermines the integrity of the FIFA World Cup™ and its marketing programme, but also puts the interests of the worldwide football community at stake,†FIFA says in an official statement. Social media is particularly worrisome because the official logos may lead followers to believe that the user is somehow related to FIFA. “FIFA’s official logos, symbols and other graphic trade marks may not be used on any social media platform. FIFA’s Protected Terms may not be used to create the impression that a page is officially related to the 2014 FIFA World Cup,†FIFA notes. Considering the above FIFA sees no other option than to crackdown on Twitter users with official FIFA logos and images as avatars. In recent weeks Twitter has beenasked to take action against several of its users, by removing their infringing profile pictures. FIFA takedown notice The requests were made for a wide variety of images including the World Cup emblem, logo and even the trophy. Twitter appears to have honored the requests and has replaced the infringing avatars with the default egg. Most of the targeted accounts seem to be specifically related to football. However FIFA has also asked Twitter to remove the profile picture of @afobajee, a relatively random user. Most of the affected users have changed their profile pictures to something non-infringing. However, others appear to have simply switched back to using official FIFA material. We expect that FIFA still has their eye on the ball, so these infringing profile pictures probably won’t stay online for very long. Infringing profile picture http://torrentfreak.com/twitter-removes-pirated-world-cup-avatars-fifa-pressure-140704/
  15. Millions of people have tuned in to pirated World Cup streams thus far, with some games getting nearly half a million unauthorized viewers. TorrentFreak spoke with the French-Israeli content protection firm Viaccess-Orca, who sent roughly 2,000 takedown notices to content platforms that host or link to illegally streamed World Cup matches. While most people watch World Cup matches through licensed broadcasters, there is also a large group of people who resort to unauthorized sources. These so-called “pirate†streams are available through dozens of sites, including Firstrow and Rojadirecta, which generate a lot of traffic during popular sporting events. Before the World Cup started FIFA reached out to several of these sites, asking their operators to make sure that content is removed as soon as possible. Despite these requests, there are still plenty of illegal streams available for each game. Content protection firm Viaccess-Orca, one of the companies that monitors these unauthorized broadcasts, is also tasked with sending takedown notices for some of the matches. The company informs TorrentFreak that up to last Friday they have sent 2,000 takedown notices to various sites. One of the problems with live events is that takedown requests only have an effect when they are processed before the match ends. According to David Leporini, Viaccess-Orca Executive Vice President of Marketing, Products and Security, the linking sites have been rather cooperative on this front. “The success rate varies per content platform but overall we manage to get 35 percent of the streaming links disabled before the game ends. I think this is a great success rate, especially compared to direct download sites,†Leporini informs us. A success rate of 35% is pretty decent indeed, considering that the notices have to be sent and processed in a very small time frame. Also, the process is further complicated because many sites don’t publish the links to the streams until a few minutes before the game starts. The content protection company also targets traditional social media sites where links to live streams are posted. Here, the success rate was the best at Facebook where half of all infringing links were taken down before the game ended. “For the first ten days we have sent around 150 takedown notices to Facebook and Twitter pages. Among all content platforms notified, we measured a success rate of about 51% for link removals from Facebook pages.†While Viaccess-Orca’s efforts may limit the availability of pirated live streams, there are still hundreds of thousands of people getting through. The company estimates that between 100,000 and 500,000 people tune in to an average game. Up until last week, Belgium versus Russia was the most-watched match with 471,541 unauthorized viewers. Belgium vs. Russia streaming locations Viaccess-Orca can measure part of the audience directly though P2P streaming services such as Sopcast and Acestream. This also allows the company to see from what location people are watching. As the overview above shows, Belgium vs. Russia was particularly popular in Europe and Asia. The remainder of the streams go through centralized streaming services, with Hdcast and Iguide being the most frequently used. Rojadirecta and Wiziwig are the sites where Viaccess-Orca found the most infringing links. Looking ahead, the content protection firm expects that the number of viewers per match will continue to increase, as will the enforcement actions. http://torrentfreak.com/millions-watch-world-cup-through-pirated-live-streams-140701/
  16. New data collected by piracy monitoring firm MarkMonitor shows that the latest Hollywood blockbusters are most frequently shared from Russia, with America and Italy trailing behind. Per capita the results are completely different. Here the United Arab Emirates is in the lead, followed by Israel and Estonia. It’s no secret that P2P file-sharing services are widely used to distribute pirated movies. However, less is known about the volume of these unauthorized transfers in various countries. New data published in a Dutch report detailing the impact of unauthorized P2P file-sharing on the movie industry reveals that in the Netherlands alone an estimated 78 million euros are lost due to movie piracy. The same report also provides some interesting statistics that shed some light o geographical file-sharing differences. During the first half of the year MarkMonitor, which is also the technology partner for the U.S. six strikes program, tracked 16 popular English language blockbuster movies. The list includes titles such as Frozen, The Hobbit: the Desolation of Smaug, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. The movies were monitored via both eDonkey and BitTorrent, with the latter having the largest audience. In total MarkMonitor found that these movies were shared 150,186,156 times without permission. Despite the focus on English language films, most pirated copies – more than 20 million – were shared from Russia. The bar chart below shows the full top 10 based on the absolute number of infringements that were detected, with the United States, Italy, Brazil and Spain completing the top five. It is of course no surprise to see these large countries on top. It gets more interesting when we look at the number of file-sharers per capita. In the United States for example, 12.5 million pirated copies were shared in a population of more than 310 million, which is roughly 4%. In Russia this percentage is much higher at 15% and in Australia it’s more than 16%. Not surprisingly, the list of countries that share the most pirated movies per capita is quite different. According to the report, the movies in the sample were relatively most shared in the United Arab Emirates, followed by Israel, Estonia, Greece and Italy. Australia, Qatar, Sweden, Singapore and the Netherlands complete the top 10. It has to be noted that the findings above are based on a sample that is biased towards Western content. This explains the absence of Chinese downloaders, who tend to share files through other channels. Similarly, the data doesn’t cover direct downloads and streaming sites which may be relatively more popular in other regions. That said, the numbers do give some more insight into the popularity of P2P movie piracy, or lack thereof, across various countries.
  17. This week an anti-piracy company reportedly working for Sony has tried to put an end to all the World Cup fun. In a wild series of complaints to Google, dozens of legitimate companies including ESPN, EA Sports, The BBC, Business Insider, Symantec and even FIFA itself have been accused of infringing copyright. Soccer fever has been spreading across the globe this week, with dozens of millions tuning in to watch the World Cup via regular TV and an abundance of online services. While England basked in its somewhat traditional World Cup disappointment Thursday, viewing records werebeing broken, but amazingly while Brazil sizzles, some want to pour cold water on the excitement. Allow us to introduce MarkScan, a self-described “consulting boutique dedicated to your IP requirementsâ€. The anti-piracy company is based in India and boasts a wide range of clients including the BBC, HBO, Nokia, and other prestigious brands. Just recently MarkScan has been doing some work for Multi Screen Media Pvt. Ltd, a Sony Entertainment Television subsidiary in India. In June, Multi Screen Medialaunched LIV Sports, a digital sports entertainment site that was chosen by FIFA to be the official mobile and Internet broadcaster for the 2014 World Cup. This week, MarkScan set off on an inevitable DMCA takedown spree to protect its clients’ and FIFA’s rights. What a disaster it’s been. Much like FIFA, MarkScan began by sending its first batch of copyright complaints to Google several days before a ball had even been kicked. The notice, which covered 46 domains allegedly streaming the World Cup, was 100% rejected by Google. One of the complaints targeted a great article by GigaOM which helpfully offered “Where to watch the 2014 FIFA World Cup live online, and how to stream it without cable.†The article listed all legal sources, including ESPN, across several countries. Several subsequent takedown notices targeting more than 700 other URLs saw between 90% and 100% of URLs rejected by Google. One of them was nothing short of a disaster. The notice, sent on behalf of Sony’s Liv Sports via Multi Screen Media, targeted 610 URLs, all of which were rejected by Google. All were claimed to be infringing on Liv Sports’ and FIFA’s rights, yet what the notice actually did was target some of the web’s most respectable news sites and resources. In the article titled “World Cup 2014: How to watch across BBC TV, radio and onlineâ€, the BBC attempted to inform its millions of readers how to legitimately access the World Cup. However, as can be seen from the image below, MarkScan had other ideas. Sadly, this attempted takedown of a purely informational and entirely legal article wasn’t the only casualty of this notice. An article published by Variety informing its readership that ESPN would bestreaming all 64 matches was deemed to be copyright-infringing too, as was a similar attempt by Canada’s CBC.ca. Other catastrophes would be amusing if they weren’t so awful, such as the attempt to censor this article on Bleacher Report which advised how to watch Uruguay versus Germany – a match from FIFA World Cup 2010 four years ago. Also targeted was this 2013 article from Hollywood Reporter which detailed plans by Sony (ironically) and FIFA to broadcast the World Cup 2014 in Ultra HD. FoxSports’ interactive World Cup Schedule was also marked as infringing. Both are shown below. Even legitimate traditional broadcasters couldn’t get the word out unhindered. Communications company Cox wanted to let its residential customers know they could “Watch the World’s Biggest Soccer Games. Any Way You Want†but MarkScantold Google the page was illegal. The whole notice, which can be read here, has many more examples than those listed above, including the attempted censorship of EA Sports’ Twitter account and FIFA’s very own site – for FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012. Brilliant. But, in its own unique way, one takedown is more disappointing than most. In a post dated June 9, before the World Cup had even begun, Symantec tried toinform its readers on how to avoid various World Cup related scams. We don’t need to tell you what happened to it. TorrentFreak contacted MarkScan whose Internet Enforcement Team told us they take care to avoid mistakes. “We want to assure you that we deploy technology, in addition to best efforts of our teams, to ensure that we do not impact legal content on yours, or any other website,†they explained. We suspect someone could be seeing at least a yellow card, possibly worse, in the days to come.
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  21. Hoping to limit the availability of pirated World Cup matches, FIFA has sent advance warnings to the owners of several sites that host or link to unauthorized live streams of sports events. The football organization warns site owners that they face criminal liability, and demands unprecedented takedown powers during the World Cup. In a few hours the 2014 World Cup kicks off in Brazil, an event that will be seen by hundreds of millions of people from all over the world. While most people watch the matches through licensed broadcasters, there is also a large group of people who resort to unauthorized sources. These so-called “pirate†streams are available through dozens of sites, including Firstrow and Rojadirecta, which generate millions of views during popular sporting events. These broadcasts are a thorn in the side of world football association FIFA who have contacted several owners of streaming-related sites over the past few days. TorrentFreak obtained a copy of the letter from a site owner who asked to remain anonymous. In the letter, signed by Director of Legal Affairs Marco Villiger and his colleague Jörg Vollmüller, FIFA asks the site operators to do all they can to take these streams offline. Those who refuse to do so could face criminal liability. “Due to the nature of your service, we anticipate that a large number of users will continually use your website to create, distribute and/or link to live streams via the Internet of the 2014 FIFA World Cup BrazilTM. We want to ensure that all infringing streams can be promptly identified and removed, regardless of whether they can be viewed openly or through private areas of your site,†FIFA writes. The letter then goes on to emphasize that the site owners bear full responsibility for all unauthorized live streams, or links to live streams. FIFA strongly recommends that site operators immediately block access to unauthorized broadcasts when these are pointed out to them. To facilitate this process the football association has included a link to the tournament schedule, further demanding that the websites in question have people available during the matches, to ensure rapid takedowns. “As you have been provided with the specific dates and times of all matches, we thereby expect a member of your website team to be present and available to promptly perform this duty during and throughout ALL matches of the 2014 FIFA World Cup BrazilTM,†FIFA writes. In addition, FIFA requests a special takedown tool so their monitoring and enforcement company NetResult can remove streams whenever needed. “Provide a service or tool whereby NetResult, FIFA’s service provider for online monitoring, will have the ability to immediately take down and remove ANY and ALL unauthorized streams of the 2014 FIFA World Cup BrazilTM found on your website,†FIFA demands. While the site owner we spoke with only received the letter two days ago, the deadline to comply with the demands ends today. Toward the end of the letter FIFA points out that those who fail to comply will face civil and criminal liability. “Should you fail to implement either of the above by the beginning of the 2014 FIFA World Cup BrazilTM on June 12, your failure to comply will expose you to civil and criminal liability,†the letter states. The FIFA letter is unique in its kind, as copyright holders generally don’t take these types of proactive measures. As far as we know this is the first time that FIFA has sent an advance warning to site owners. While most site operators are happy to comply with takedown notices, FIFA’s demands go above and beyond the common takedown procedure. Whether this will have the desired effect has yet to be seen. Source
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