The Court of Appeals in Poland that was hearing the case of alleged Artem Vaulin, owner of KickAssTorrents, has denied the petition for bail and order that Vaulin will remain in custody. The court deems the accusations of the United States government ‘reasonable’ to keep Vaulin in custody, thereby, refused his request for supervised release.
Time Warner Cable has added modifications and clarifications in its copyright infringement notifications. Apart from warning pirates of “mitigation measures” in the Copyright Alert System; among many others, it has now added a “measure” for persistent pirates of the risk of losing their internet connection. Little known a year before, but the US Copyright Alert
The new orders from U.K. High Court has added dozens of new U.K. “pirate” websites in country’s unofficial block-list. The new orders passed on the request of Motion Picture Association that requires ISPs to block various streaming portals including 123movies.to. The UK’s block-list of websites that facilitates copyright infringements is getting more longer. In the
Fmovies.to, a new popular website which attracted more than a million users since its introduction earlier this year, has met its demise few months after copyright owners came knocking its doors. Philippine media ABS-CBN is suing the streaming service Fmovies.to in a U.S. federal court. Pirated video streaming websites are emerging more as one goes
Copyright trolling is a matter of civil courts but in Poland, matters have escalated beyond reproach. Reports are that Poland’s police reached hundreds of home and seized their computers alleged to have shared a copyrighted movie. It is said to increase up to 40,000 affected people. Poland that is already entangled in a popular case