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How To Download Torrents Anonymously? Proxy, Tor or VPN?
BitTorrent and anonymity are not the same. If you really want to keep your activity private, your best way involves routing your BitTorrent connection through an external services – anonymous proxy, Tor or VPN.
Registries Are Ordered to Take Control of Infringing Domains
A US district court has ordered registries to seize control of nearly two dozen domains used to operate copyright-infringing websites. The court issued the preliminary injunction following an application by a TV outfit against platforms accused of copyright and trademark infringement. Besides, the court ordered domain privacy services to unmask the operators of the websites.
Facebook Hired Former UK Politicians to Help Campaigns Use the Service
The social network is trying to become a political tool by hiring former senior political campaign officials who have inside knowledge of how the general election campaigns work. Facebook’s recruits include a former Downing Street adviser to David Cameron. The company explained that their role is to help politicians and governments make good use of the social media.
More Pirate Streaming Websites Are Targeted in Australia
A new case was launched by the Australian pay TV company Foxtel seeking to have major pirate streaming platforms blocked on the ISP level. It all started last year, when the local government introduced new law to allow pirate services to be blocked in the country. Soon after, a lawsuit was brought by a number of Hollywood studios, in result of which the Federal Court ordered Australian ISPs to block key torrent trackers and streaming portals, including The Pirate Bay.
6% of North American Households Use Pirated Kodi Devices
According to findings of the Canadian broadband management company Sandvine, nearly 9% of all North American households own at least one Kodi device. About 2/3 of them actively use pirate add-ons, which makes it millions of households in total.
Netflix Fights against “Orange is The New Black” Leaks
The streaming service is sending takedown requests in order to limit the visibility of the recent "Orange is The New Black" leaks as much as possible. It is known that Netflix directed one anti-piracy vendor to focus specifically on this series.
Norwegian ISP Won a Case against Copyright Trolls
A Norwegian ISP Telenor has just won a court case against the law firm seeking to discover the identities of its subscribers who allegedly shared files via BitTorrent. The Supreme Court decided that evidence of the alleged copyright violation was not sufficient to overweigh citizens' right to privacy.
Happy "National Get a VPN Day"!
Australia's mandatory data retention scheme comes into effect today, with Internet Service Providers (ISP) expected to retain and store their customers' Internet usage metadata. In response, privacy advocate group Digital Rights Watch has declared this event National Get a VPN Day, vowing to equip citizens with the VPN services they need to avoid surveillance.
In March 2015, Parliament passed laws requiring all ISPs to store customer internet activity. The government gave ISPs until April 13 this year to implement their collection schemes under those obligations. And that date is now upon us.
Dutch Moviemakers Took the Government to Court Over Piracy Rates
Association of Dutch movie and TV producers filed a lawsuit against the local government in the attempt to hold it responsible for the high piracy rates in the Netherlands. The copyright owners claim that the government tolerated and even facilitated illegal downloading and now demand compensation.

The Netherlands stands out of the other countries due to the fact downloading pirated music has been legal under local legislation until recently. Things changed only in 2014, when the European Court of Justice ruled it unlawful, and the Dutch government amended its law related to illegal downloading. However, even now the piracy rates remain high, which can’t make local entertainment industries happy. As a result, local moviemakers and distributors have accused the government of failing to do enough to counter piracy and threatened it with legal action.

In response, the authorities denied these allegations, saying that the copyright owners could pursue downloaders directly if they want to compensate for their losses. However, the entertainment industry decided to go for a legal action: the moviemakers hope to hold the government liable through the court and get compensation for damages.

The lawyers say that the plaintiffs will have to demonstrate that they have suffered financial loss. Besides, it is unclear how to estimate the scale of the damages since a pirate download doesn’t directly translate to a lost sale. Anyway, the claimed compensation will amount to an enormous amount of money – for example, the film industry group VPSO already asked for $1.27 bn in damages for piracy losses in 2016.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.
Google to Develop Bitcoin-Style Health Record Tracking
DeepMind Health, Google’s health tech branch, is going to use a new technology loosely based on Bitcoin to allow hospitals, the NHS and even patients to track their personal data in real-time mode. Google’s plan is dubbed “Verifiable Data Audit” and aims to create a digital ledger automatically recording every interaction with patient data. In other words, any changes to or access of the data would be tracked and visible.


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