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Olympic Committee & Top Soccer Groups Urge US Govt. Action Over Pirate IPTV

Olympic Committee & Top Soccer Groups Urge US Govt. Action Over Pirate IPTV

The International Olympic Committee and leading soccer organizations including FIFA and the Premier League are urging the United States Trade Representative to apply maximum pressure to Saudi Arabia over TV piracy. While beoutQ’s illegal satellite broadcasts stopped last August, its set-top boxes now present an Internet-based pirate IPTV threat, the sports groups say.

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Tech Giants Warn U.S. Against EU Upload Filters and Site Blocking

Tech Giants Warn U.S. Against EU Upload Filters and Site Blocking

Global tech firms including Google, Twitter, and Facebook, are warning the U.S. Government against the threat of mandatory upload filters. Industry groups believe that the requirements mandated by the EU copyright directive harm the interests of US companies. In addition, tech companies are concerned about pirate site blocking developments in several EU countries.

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Record Labels Question TorrentFreak’s Reliability in Court

Record Labels Question TorrentFreak’s Reliability in Court

Bright House Networks is one of several ISPs defending themselves in piracy lawsuits filed by major record labels. As part of this legal battle, the ISP submitted several documents to the court, including a TorrentFreak article. The labels responded to this by pointing out several errors in this request, while also casting doubt over the reliability of our reporting.

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US Court Orders Easybox IPTV to Pay $9.9m in Copyright Infringement Damages

US Court Orders Easybox IPTV to Pay $9.9m in Copyright Infringement Damages

A judge at a Texas court has ordered two individuals behind the pirate IPTV service Easybox IPTV to pay $9.9m in copyright infringement damages. In a judgment handed down this week, the judge awarded the maximum $150,000 in statutory damages for each of 66 copyrighted works willfully infringed by the defendants via their unlicensed streaming platform.

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