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UTS English MPAA Chief Says Fighting Piracy Remains “Top Priority”

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With a record international box office of over $40 billion behind him, MPAA chief Charles Rivkin has told movie exhibitors at CinemaCon that keeping a lid on unauthorized sites is one of his group's main goals. Describing the tackling of piracy as a "top priority", Rivkin framed the ACE anti-piracy coalition as a powerful group ensuring that movie makers maintain control and reap the rewards for their hard work.

After several high-profile years at the helm of the movie industry’s most powerful lobbying group, last year saw the departure of Chris Dodd from the role of Chairman and CEO at the MPAA.

The former Senator, who earned more than $3.5m a year championing the causes of the major Hollywood studios since 2011, was immediately replaced by another political heavyweight.

Charles Rivkin, who took up his new role September 5, 2017, previously served as Assistant Secretary of State for Economic and Business Affairs in the Obama administration. With an underperforming domestic box office year behind him fortunately overshadowed by massive successes globally, this week he spoke before US movie exhibitors for the first time at CinemaCon in Las Vegas.

“Globally, we hit a record high of $40.6 billion at the box office. Domestically, our $11.1 billion box office was slightly down from the 2016 record. But it exactly matched the previous high from 2015. And it was the second highest total in the past decade,” Rivkin said.

“But it exactly matched the previous high from 2015. And it was the second highest total in the past decade.”

Rivkin, who spent time as President and CEO of The Jim Henson Company, told those in attendance that he shares a deep passion for the movie industry and looks forward optimistically to the future, a future in which content is secured from those who intend on sharing it for free.

“Making sure our creative works are valued and protected is one of the most important things we can do to keep that industry heartbeat strong. At the Henson Company, and WildBrain, I learned just how much intellectual property affects everyone. Our entire business model depended on our ability to license Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy, and the Muppets and distribute them across the globe,” Rivkin said.

“I understand, on a visceral level, how important copyright is to any creative business and in particular our country’s small and medium enterprises – which are the backbone of the American economy. As Chairman and CEO of the MPAA, I guarantee you that fighting piracy in all forms remains our top priority.”

That tackling piracy is high on the MPAA’s agenda won’t comes as a surprise but at least in terms of the numbers of headlines plastered over the media, high-profile anti-piracy action has been somewhat lacking in recent years.

With lawsuits against torrent sites seemingly a thing of the past and a faltering Megaupload case that will conclude who-knows-when, the MPAA has taken a broader view, seeking partnerships with sometimes rival content creators and distributors, each with a shared desire to curtail illicit media.

“One of the ways that we’re already doing that is through the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment – or ACE as we call it,” Rivkin said.

“This is a coalition of 30 leading global content creators, including the MPAA’s six member studios as well as Netflix, and Amazon. We work together as a powerful team to ensure our stories are seen as they were intended to be, and that their creators are rewarded for their hard work.”

Announced in June 2017, ACE has become a united anti-piracy powerhouse for a huge range of entertainment industry groups, encompassing the likes of CBS, HBO, BBC, Sky, Bell Canada, CBS, Hulu, Lionsgate, Foxtel and Village Roadshow, to name a few.

The coalition was announced by former MPAA Chief Chris Dodd and now, with serious financial input from all companies involved, appears to be picking its fights carefully, focusing on the growing problem of streaming piracy centered around misuse of Kodi and similar platforms.

From threatening relatively small-time producers and distributors of third-party addons and builds (1,2,3), ACE is also attempting to make its mark among the profiteers.

The group now has several lawsuits underway in the United States against people selling piracy-enabled IPTV boxes including Tickbox, Dragon Box, and during the last week, Set TV.

With these important cases pending, Rivkin offered assurances that his organization remains committed to anti-piracy enforcement and he thanked exhibitors for their efforts to prevent people quickly running away with copies of the latest releases.

“I am grateful to all of you for recognizing what is at stake, and for working with us to protect creativity, such as fighting the use of illegal camcorders in theaters,” he said.

“Protecting our creativity isn’t only a fundamental right. It’s an economic necessity, for us and all creative economies. Film and television are among the most valuable – and most impactful – exports we have.

Thus far at least, Rivkin has a noticeably less aggressive tone on piracy than his predecessor Chris Dodd but it’s unlikely that will be mistaken for weakness among pirates, nor should it. The MPAA isn’t known for going soft on pirates and it certainly won’t be changing course anytime soon.

Source: Torrentfreak.com

UTS English Epic Responds to Cheating Fortnite Kid’s Mom in Court

k, 2018-04-24 22:02
Game developer and publisher Epic is not giving up on its copyright infringement lawsuits against cheating minors. The company successfully requested default entry against one alleged cheater and responded to the mother of another minor, who fiercely defended her accused son in court earlier.

Last fall, Epic Games released Fortnite’s free-to-play “Battle Royale” game mode, generating massive interest among gamers.

This also included thousands of cheaters, many of whom were subsequently banned. Epic Games then went a step further by taking several cheaters to court for copyright infringement.

One of the alleged cheaters turned out to be a minor, who’s referred to by his initials C.R. in the Carolina District Court. Epic Games wasn’t aware of this when it filed the lawsuit, but the kid’s mother let the company know, loud and clear.

“This company is in the process of attempting to sue a 14-year-old child,” the mother informed the Court last fall.

Among other defenses, the mother highlighted that the EULA, which the game publisher relies heavily upon in the complaint, isn’t legally binding. The EULA states that minors require permission from a parent or legal guardian, which was not the case here.

“Please note parental consent was not issued to [my son] to play this free game produced by Epic Games, INC,” the mother wrote in her letter.

After this letter, things went quiet. Epic managed to locate and serve the defendant with help from a private investigator, but no official response to the complaint was filed. This eventually prompted Epic to request an entry of default.

However, US District Court Malcolm Howard wouldn’t allow Epic to cruise to a win that easily. Instead, he ruled that the mother’s letter should be seen as a motion to dismiss the case.

“While it is true that defendant has not responded since proper service was effectuated, the letter from defendant’s mother detailing why this matter should be dismissed cannot be ignored,” Judge Howard wrote earlier this month.

As a result, Epic Games had to reply to the letter, which it did yesterday. In a redacted motion the game publisher argues that most of the mother’s arguments failed to state a claim and are therefore irrelevant.

Epic argues that the only issue that remains is the lack of parental consent when C.R. agreed to the EULA and the Terms. The mother argued that these are not valid agreements because her son is a minor, but Epic disagrees.

“This ‘infancy defense’ is not available to C.R,” Epic writes, pointing to jurisprudence where another court ruled that a minor can’t use the infancy defense to void contractual obligations while keeping the benefits of the same contract.

“C.R. affirmatively agreed to abide by Epic’s Terms and EULA, and ‘retained the benefits’ of the contracts he entered into with Epic. Accordingly, C.R. should not be able to ‘use the infancy defense to void [his] contractual obligations by retaining the benefits of the contract[s]’.”

Epic further argues that it’s clear that the cheater infringed on Epic’s copyrights and facilitated others to do the same. As such, the company asks the Court to deny the mother’s motion to dismiss.

If the Court agrees, Epic can request an entry of default. It did the same in a related case against another minor defendant earlier, which was granted by the Court late last week.

If that happens, the underage defendants risk a default judgment. This is likely to include a claim for monetary damages as well as an injunction prohibiting the minors from any copyright infringement or cheating in the future.



A copy of Epic Games’ redacted reply is available here (pdf).

Source: Torrentfreak.com


UTS: Kizárólagosság!

k, 2018-04-24 22:02
Sziasztok! Ma délután az UTS hivatalosan is az ország második legnagyobb torrent oldala a Diablo Torrent híreinek a hivatalos forgalmazójává vált!

Mit is jelent ez? Erről ők maguk írnak:




Ezután a Diablo oldalon kívül csak is az UTS-en böngészhetitek a Diablo Torrent híreit. Persze biztos lesz aki ezt megszegi, lesz aki törvényt bont. De együtt, egymást segítve fogunk gátat szabni a visszaéléseknek.

Ez egy óriási lépés a kamu hírek elleni harcban amit pár hónapja meghirdettünk:

https://www.torrentek.org/szab%C3%A1...k%C3%A9rt.html

De nem utolsó sorban hatalmas elismerés is. Innen is köszönjük a segítséget és a bizalmat!

Én és az UTS továbbra is hisszük, hogy a nagyoknak, a normális oldalaknak össze kell fogni. Nem egyesülésre kell gondolni, nem egymás ajnározására, csupán arra, ha gond van, számíthassunk egymásra.

Nem azt kell nézni, hogy miben különbözünk, miben nem értünk egyet, hanem azt, hogy miben egyezik a véleményünk. Én úgy gondolom, hogy a pontos tájékosztatás, a felhasználók védelme és az oldalak hírnevének megőrzése ilyen közös támpontok.

Köszönet mindenkinek aki ezt az elvet szintén osztja és ebben az ügyben mellénk áll.

Maradunk tisztelettel a hazai torrent oldalak egyetlen hiteles és hivatalos szócsöve.

UTS English Apollo News

k, 2018-04-24 19:17
Rip Avicii, 1989-2018

Avicii, one of the most famous DJs in the world, has died last friday.

His rep says Avicii died in the Middle Eastern country of Oman.

Avicii's real name is Tim Bergling. He was born in Sweden.

His reps issued a statement, "It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii. He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time. No further statements will be given."

Avicii had struggled with addiction in the past. He was hospitalized twice for alcohol related issues ... though it's unclear at this point if that had anything to do with his death.

He dropped some of the biggest EDM songs in the world including, "Levels," "Hey Brother" and his massive hit "Wake Me Up" with Aloe Blacc.

He was nominated for 2 Grammys for Best Dance Recording in 2011 and 2012, for "Levels" and "Sunshine" -- and he was just nominated for a Billboard Music Award for Top Dance/Electronic Album.

Avicii retired from live performances in 2016, but before that he was easily one of the highest paid DJs in the world ... earning $28 million in 2014, according to Forbes.

His last Instagram post was just over 2 weeks ago when he was in California. He had a home in the Hollywood Hills.

When he quit touring, Avicii said, "One part of me can never say never, I could be back ... but I won't be right back."

Avicii was 28. To honor his legacy, all his albums and EPs will be made freeleech for the coming 48 hours.

diablotorrent.net Diablo Torrent: Híreink közzététele!

k, 2018-04-24 18:15
Híreink kimásolására, nyilvános helyen való megosztására egyedül a United Torrent Society - TORRENTEK.info - Torrent oldal figyelő, forum, hirportal! oldalnak adtunk engedélyt!



Forrás: https://diablotorrent.net






UTS English HOME-HD (Ex-HDClub) is going to close

k, 2018-04-24 16:57
Main page message:

"Thank you all, but this is the end

The site is open until 28 April.
Thank you all for being with us. We just leave, because from the very beginning no one was needed us and we only listened / read angry comments addressed to us. This is the end. The Club is cursed and will never be restored. Farewell."

UTS English 3D Torrents News

k, 2018-04-24 16:57
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UTS English Japan ISP Says it Will Voluntarily Block Pirate Sites as Major Portal Disappears

k, 2018-04-24 13:21
A major ISP in Japan says it will begin blocking pirate sites voluntarily. There is no legal basis for site-blocking and the country's constitution forbids censorship. However, NTT says that it has adopted "emergency measures" until the necessary legislation can be put in place. Meanwhile, one of the sites targeted has mysteriously disappeared, abandoning 100m monthly visitors.

Speaking at a news conference during March, Japan’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga said that the government was considering measures to prohibit access to pirate sites. The country’s manga and anime industries were treasures worth protecting, Suga said.

“The damage is getting worse. We are considering the possibilities of all measures including site blocking. I would like to take countermeasures as soon as possible under the cooperation of the relevant ministries and agencies,” he added.

But with no specific legislation that allows for site-blocking, particularly not on copyright infringement grounds, it appeared that Japan might face an uphill struggle. Indeed, the country’s constitution supports freedom of speech and expressly forbids censorship. Earlier this month, however, matters quickly began to progress.

On Friday April 13, the government said it would introduce an emergency measure to target websites hosting pirated manga, anime and other types of content. It would not force ISPs to comply with its blocking requests but would simply ask for their assistance instead.

The aim was to establish cooperation in advance of an expansion of legislation later this year which was originally introduced to tackle the menace of child pornography.

“Our country’s content industry could be denied a future if manga artists and other creators are robbed of proceeds that should go to them,” said Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.

The government didn’t have to wait long for a response. The Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp. (NTT) announced yesterday that it will begin blocking access to sites that provide unauthorized access to copyrighted content.

“We have taken short-term emergency measures until legal systems on site-blocking are implemented,” NTT in a statement.

NTT Communications Corp., NTT Docomo Inc. and NTT Plala Inc., will block access to three sites previously identified by the government – Mangamura, AniTube! and MioMio which have a particularly large following in Japan.

NTT said that it will also restrict access to other sites if requested to do so by the government. The company added that at least in the short-term, it will prevent access to the sites using DNS blocking.

While Anitube and MioMio will be blocked in due course, Mangamura has already disappeared from the Internet. The site was reportedly attracting 100 million visits per month but on April 17 went offline following an apparent voluntary shutdown by its administrators.

AnimeNewsNetwork notes that a news program on NHK dedicated to Mangamura aired last Wednesday. A second episode will reportedly focus on the site’s administrators which NHK claims can be traced back to the United States, Ukraine, and other regions. Whether this exposé played a part in the site’s closure is unclear but that kind of publicity is rarely welcome in the piracy scene.

To date, just three sites have been named by the government as particularly problematic but it’s now promising to set up a consultation on a further response. A bill will also be submitted to parliament to target sites that promote links to content hosted elsewhere, an activity which is not illegal under current law.

Two other major access providers in Japan, KDDI Corp. and SoftBank Corp., have told local media that their plans to block pirate sites have not yet been finalized.

“The fact that neglecting the situation of infringement of copyright etc. cannot be overlooked is recognized and it is recognized as an important problem to be addressed urgently,” Softbank said in a statement.

“However, since there is concern that blocking infringes secrecy of communications, we need careful discussion. We would like to collaborate with industry organizations involved in telecommunications and consider measures that can be taken from various viewpoints, such as laws, institutions, and operation methods.”

Source: Torrentfreak.com

UTS English Seminole company sued by media conglomerates for piracy

k, 2018-04-24 13:21
A company in Seminole is being accused of stealing from the biggest media conglomerates in the world.

"Setvnow" offers almost-unlimited TV channels and streaming shows for $20 a month.

But now the Motion Picture Association of America is insisting they pay up and shut down.

The website for the service is flashy, with promises of hundreds of the most famous channels, on demand entertainment, and easy to use technology.

"If you are not really looking that far as a consumer, you look at the website, you think hey this is an interesting service," said Jon Van Voorn, the MPAA's Chief of Global Content Protection.

The street address listed for their principal office is to a UPS store on Park Boulevard in Seminole.

"It is not super-difficult to set things like this up," said Van Voorn. "You basically need a server to host this content on."

A 20 page lawsuit filed in federal court on Friday by Fox, Amazon, Columbia, Disney, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. is demanding Set TV Now be shut down.

One of their operators, Jason Labossiere wasn't home.

Their registered agent, lawyer Michael Faehner wasn't in his office, nor did he return a call and email.

A chat agent on setvnow.com said it was legal with a smiley face.

But further questions were directed to an email address, to we got no response.

"This is just an illegal operation," said Van Voorn.

The lawsuit is demanding $150,000 per show stolen, plus that the site be shut down.

The MPAA says there are numerous services like Set TV Now, including one run by a couple arrested last month in Hudson for promising "free TV for life."

The MPAA says they deprive real content producers of their jobs.

"This is a big deal," said Van Voorn. "This undermines legitimate platforms and legitimate TV stations."

The MPAA says there are 2 million site visits per month, but it's hard to know how many actually join.

The MPAA says a similar site that was open in Britain got about $125,000 subscribers in a year, the same length of time the MPAA says Set TV has been open for.

UTS English Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack Perfected by FailOverflow, Definitely Prone to Piracy

k, 2018-04-24 13:21
The Nintendo Switch had long been rumored to get a series of software hacks that worked on older versions of the software, but unfortunately, Nintendo was quick to fix these with a quick firmware update to negate the process, well it seems that the software wars are over as FailOverflow, one of the most renowned groups of device hackers on the planet, have released the schematics for a full-fledged Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack.

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The author of the GitHub is working on the launcher for the exploit, and as such also helps cement the claim that this is indeed happening!

Twitter

It is official, if we are to by the groups post on GitHub, this is a game changer and should definitely prompt Nintendo to release the next hardware revision of the Nintendo Switch sooner rather than later.

The Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack, is it for Real?

https://twitter.com/fail0verflow/sta...45232445378561

The group has gone on twitter and proudly proclaimed their victory. The purpose of the weird looking device is to give the user full access to the Bootrom of the console, meaning it Nintendo is no longer the captain of their ship.

To make matters worse, the Nintendo Switch Hardware Hack also prohibits future updates from being installed, so you never have to worry about future updates getting installed by accident.

Keep in mind, this is going to open the floodgates to piracy, and how this will affect Nintendo Switch sales is yet to be determined.

As you can see, this is some truly disconcerting news, and now that the hardware hack has been released, there is nothing to stop pirates said for FailOverflow making this public knowledge which they have promised to share in the coming days.

While the group hasn’t specified whether this would affect the consoles online capability, considering how PS3’s and Xbox 360’s have been able to go online, it would be curious to see if the allowance of homebrew will pave the way for hackers in our games or something similar.

UTS English PassThePopcorn (PTP) News - Update on login issues

k, 2018-04-24 03:50
Apologies for this discrepancy. Due to the unique way in which PTP's website has failed the checks being performed by trackerstatus were not being disturbed and so it listed the website online even though most users couldn't access it.

Basically the site was only offline for people who were trying to access the site using a previously saved browser cookie which maintains your authentication with the website.

As trackerstatus doesn't usually use this method to maintain its access to the websites it checks it wasn't able to detect this unusual kind of outage.

I have since altered the code and it now does use a cookie for authentication and so its status for the website is now accurate.

Thanks.

UTS English Court Denies TVAddons’ Request to Dismiss U.S. Piracy Lawsuit

k, 2018-04-24 03:50
The people behind TVAddons and the ZemTV Kodi addon have failed to have their case dismissed. The defendants asked the Texas court to drop the case because they are foreign nationals with no connection to the state. However, the court disagrees which means that the legal battle continues.

Last year, American satellite and broadcast provider Dish Network targeted two well-known players in the third-party Kodi add-on ecosystem.

In a complaint filed in a federal court in Texas, add-on ZemTV and the TVAddons library were accused of copyright infringement. As a result, both are facing up to $150,000 in damages for each offense.

While the case was filed in Texas, neither of the defendants live there, or even in the United States. The owner and operator of TVAddons is Adam Lackman, who resides in Montreal, Canada. ZemTV’s developer Shahjahan Durrani is even further away in London, UK.

According to the legal team of the two defendants, this limited connection to Texas is reason for the case to be dismissed. They filed a motion to dismiss in January, asking the court to drop the case.

“Lackman and Durrani have never been residents or citizens of Texas; they have never owned property in Texas; they have never voted in Texas; they have never personally visited Texas; they have never directed any business activity of any kind to anyone in Texas […] and they have never earned income in Texas,” the motion reads.

Dish saw things differently, however. The broadcast provider replied to the motion, submitting hundreds of pages of evidence documenting TVAddons and ZemTV’s ties to the United States.

Among other things, Dish pointed the court towards TVAddons own data, which showed that most of its users came from the United States. More than one-third of the total user base were American, it argued.

“The United States was Defendants’ largest market with approximately 34% of all TV Addons traffic coming from users located in the United States, which was three times the traffic from the second largest market.”

Late last week District Court Judge Vanessa Gilmore ruled on the motion to dismiss from both defendants, which is denied.

Denied

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At the time of writing, there is no additional information available as to how Judge Gilmore reached her decision. However, it is clear that the case will now move forward.

This lawsuit is one of several related to Kodi-powered pirate steaming boxes. While TVAddons and ZemTV didn’t sell any fully loaded boxes directly, Dish argues that they both played a significant role in making copyright-infringing content available.

Earlier this year, the manufacturer of the streaming device DragonBox was sued in a separate case by Netflix, Amazon and several major Hollywood studios.

A few days ago Dragon Media denied all piracy allegations in the complaint, but the lawsuit remains ongoing. The same is true for a related case against Tickbox, another Kodi-powered box manufacturer.

Source: Torrentfreak.com

UTS English ‘Dragon Ball Super‘ Illegal Public Screenings Push Through Despite Japanese Gov't

h, 2018-04-23 20:06
‘Dragon Ball Super‘ Illegal Public Screenings Push Through Despite Japanese Government Intervention

The efforts of the Japanese government to stop the plans of unlicensed public screenings of the penultimate episodes of “Dragon Ball Super” in South America appear to have been fruitless.

A few days ago, some local governments in Mexico backed a campaign by fans to screen the episode “The Greatest Showdown of All Time! The Ultimate Survival Battle!!” to the public and even started promoting the event on their official social media accounts.

However, not one of them actually acquired the rights from Toei Animation to release the “Dragon Ball Super” episodes. In an official statement, the studio demanded the cancellation of the events, dismissing them as “illegal screenings that incite piracy.”

The ambassador of Japan also stepped in by sending letters to the various local governments in question requesting the same.

In a copy obtained by El Espanol, , “The Government of Japan is aware that episode 130 and 131 of the Dragon Ball Super series, whose

While some regions appeared to have heeded the warning, some areas still in Mexico went ahead with their plans. According to Torrent Freak, were also organized Chile, Peru, El Salvador and Ecuador — each of them with a huge turnout.

In fact, the streets of Machala in Ecuador were flooded by over 10,000 fans hoping to see the final moments of the Tournament of Power in “Dragon Ball Super.”

UTS English Cryptocurrency mining is new music piracy trend, expert warns

h, 2018-04-23 20:06
Cryptocurrency mining is providing a lucrative new revenue stream for online music pirates which can be hard to detect, warns tech expert Helen Saunders.

The chief operating officer at intellectual property and tech analyst Incopro made the comments at the recent PRS Explores: Emerging Piracy Trends event at PRS for Music‘s Kings Cross headquarters.

The event covered the latest developments in music piracy, including the growing use of cryptocurrency miners as an additional income stream for websites providing access to copyright-infringing works.

‘The interesting thing we’re starting to see is a movement away from advertising revenues, donations and other avenues. The rise of cryptocurrencies is allowing pirate sites to find new ways of generating revenues in the background without you even knowing,’ she said.

‘We’ve got a database of around 13,000 [copyright] infringing sites. At least 200 of those are actively crypto-mining currencies as you’re browsing them – and this is the start of a new trend. Sure, adverts are one way of funding these sites, but how many of you get really annoyed by the number of adverts you see? How many of you use ad blockers? If pirates see a revenue stream cut off, they’ll find another way to do it – that’s the nature of criminality online.’

Saunders went on to explain that music and video site users may be unwittingly mining cryptocurrencies as they watch and listen to content.

Mining programmes are loaded into the users’ browser when the content player is downloaded ready to stream the video or music.

Victims are not notified and are unaware that their computer is generating the cryptocurrency – the only sign would be that their computer is running slowly while playing the content.

Saunders confirmed: ‘With coin mining, you might not even know it’s happening. You might just be wondering why your computer has suddenly got really slow – it’s because someone is making lots of money out of your computer churning away, doing lots of calculations in the background.’

Also speaking at the event was Detective Constable Steven Salway of the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit (PIPCU).

PIPCU has been instrumental in implementing the ‘follow the money’ approach over recent years, which has seen revenues streams to many pirate sites cut off by cross-industry collaboration.

He said: ‘We can tackle this in the same way we would an advertising network, which might not necessarily know what it’s doing is criminal. There may be a chance that some of the software providers for cryptocurrency mining might not know that they’re providing this software to criminals.

‘We can give them guidelines, including the implications of working with certain sites under the Computer Misuse Act and further offences with online crime and money laundering.

‘We’re monitoring it – let’s see if it grows,’ he added.

The panel was led by John Mottram, head of public affairs at PRS for Music, and also included Matt Cope, deputy director of IP enforcement at the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO), MIDiA Research’s Mark Mulligan and Simon Bourn, head of litigation, enforcement and anti-piracy at PRS for Music.

UTS English Japan: NTT Announces Plans to Block 3 Piracy Sites

h, 2018-04-23 20:06
Japanese government had asked ISPs to block 3 pirated manga sites

Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) announced on Monday that it will begin blocking three websites with pirated content as a "short-term emergency measure" after preparations are complete. Subsidiaries NTT Communications, NTT Docomo, and NTT Plala will continue the measure until the Japanese government is able to establish new legislation regarding site-blocking.

As of April 17 at 3:32 p.m. JST, the Mangamura pirated manga website became inaccessible, after the Japanese government named it among three sites that should be blocked for providing pirated manga, digital magazines, and other copyrighted content. However, the Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported on the same day that the site did not shut down due to site-blocking from an Internet service provider. According to the newspaper's source from a service provider, Mangamura was voluntarily shut down by its administrators.

Asahi Shimbun added that the separate server where the site's images were stored was also inaccessible. According to the paper's source, the action could not have been performed by anyone aside from the site's administrators.

NTT noted in its announcement on Monday that the decision to block pirated sites was the result of a meeting held on April 13 between content industry representatives and members of the Cabinet of Japan responsible for intellectual property policies and crime countermeasures. The Japanese government officially asked Internet service providers in Japan to block access to pirated manga websites on April 13. The request asks the providers to voluntarily block access, but the government plans to create new legislation in 2019 to expand the scope of site-blocking. Currently, the site-blocking law is only applicable to child pornography.

The government said at the time that it was targeting three sites (Mangamura, AniTube!, and MioMio), adding that if it finds new websites, it will set up a consultation body made up of service providers and experts to decide on how to respond. The government also plans to submit a bill to the Diet aimed at restricting "leech sites," which aggregate and provide links to other sites that host pirated content.

The government had stated earlier this month that it planned to officially ask the providers to block the sites. According to The Mainichi Shimbun, the hit counts on the three pirated sites has increased since last August when the sites became more well known. Sales of digital comics in Japan began to drop in the same month, after seeing a steady rise since 2012.

The Mainichi Shimbun previously noted that there is no clear legal precedent for asking providers to block access to the websites, and that the move may prove unconstitutional due to violating privacy of communication and functioning as censorship. Article 21 of The Constitution of Japan states, "Freedom of assembly and association as well as speech, press and all other forms of expression are guaranteed. No censorship shall be maintained, nor shall the secrecy of any means of communication be violated."

The government plans to use the argument that pirated content harms publishers and content creators, and that the site-blocking would be allowed under the "averting present danger" article of Japan's Penal Code.

Japan's Content Overseas Distribution Association (CODA) asserted to the government that between September 2017 and February, piracy has inflicted an estimated amount of more than 400 billion yen (about US$3.72 billion) worth of damage to copyright holders in Japan.

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