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Project Goliath : Inside Hollywood’s secret war against Google - 15 décembre 2014
SOPA was just the beginning What is "Goliath" and why are Hollywood’s most powerful lawyers working to kill it ? In dozens of recently leaked emails from the Sony hack, lawyers from the MPAA and six major studios talk about "Goliath" as their most powerful and politically relevant adversary in the fight against (...)

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Téléchargement illégal : les manœuvres secrètes d’Hollywood contre Google - 15 décembre 2014
Plusieurs documents récemment volés à Sony donnent davantage d’indications sur le plan de bataille des industries du cinéma contre le piratage de leurs films sur Internet. On apprend ainsi que Google pourrait faire l’objet de manœuvres très ciblées de la part des majors d’Hollywood. Près de trois semaines après le (...)

Leak Exposes Hollywood’s Global Anti-Piracy Strategy - 13 décembre 2014
Leaked documents reveal in detail how Hollywood plans to take on piracy in the years to come. One of the top priorities for the MPAA are cyberlockers and illegal streaming sites, with lawsuits planned in the UK, Germany and Canada. Torrent sites are a medium priority, which the MPAA hopes to fight with criminal (...)

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Furieux, Google suspend ses relations diplomatiques avec Hollywood - 13 décembre 2014
Les relations entre Google et la MPAA, l’organisme qui gère les intérêts des grands studios de cinéma, sont au plus bas. La firme de Mountain View, qui a fait des efforts dans la lutte contre le piratage, n’a pas apprécié le manque de reconnaissance de son partenaire. Dans des mails qui ont fuité, l’on apprend même que le (...)

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Furious Google Ended MPAA Anti-Piracy Cooperation - 12 décembre 2014
After delivering a major blow to torrent sites during October, Google must’ve thought the MPAA would be pleased. Instead, however, the MPAA issued a ’snarky’ press release. According to a leaked email, the press release so infuriated Google’s top brass that the company ended cooperation with the MPAA. Each week (...)

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Google refuse de désindexer les pages d’accueil des sites pirates - 25 novembre 2014
Impliqué dans la lutte contre le piratage du fait de sa place prépondérante dans la recherche en ligne, Google fixe certaines limites aux exigences des ayants droit. Ainsi, la firme de Mountain View refuse en général de déréférencer les pages d’accueil des sites pirates. Elle demande à la place à l’industrie du (...)

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Google Asked to Censor Three Million Pirate Bay URLs - 25 novembre 2014
The Pirate Bay reached a questionable milestone today when copyright holders asked Google to remove the three millionth Pirate Bay URL from search results. While most requests are valid, Google also removed several non-infringing pages. Despite the criminal prosecution of The Pirate Bay four, the notorious (...)

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MPAA Research : Blocking The Pirate Bay Works, So….. - 29 août 2014
Hollywood has helped to get The Pirate Bay blocked in many countries, but not on its home turf. There are now various signs that this may change in the near future. Among other things, the MPAA has conducted internal research to show that site blocking is rather effective. Website blocking has become one of the (...)

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“Six Strikes” Anti-Piracy Scheme Costs 3 Million Per Year - 31 juillet 2014
New tax records reveal that the Center for Copyright Information, the outfit overseeing the “six strikes” copyright alert system in the US, cost $3 million last year. This figure is quite substantial as it translates to roughly $2 per individual piracy warning. February last year, the MPAA, RIAA and five major U.S. (...)

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Copyright Troll Demands Comcast’s Six Strikes Data for Lawsuit - 25 mai 2014
Thanks to the "six strikes" program, leading ISPs in the U.S. now hold databases containing allegations of infringement against their customers. That data was supposed to be private, but now the most prolific filer of copyright lawsuits in the U.S. is trying to obtain information from Comcast in order to build a (...)

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Six Strikes Anti-Piracy Scheme Turns One Year, But Does It Work ? - 26 février 2014
Today marks the one year anniversary of the six-strikes anti-piracy scheme, a good time to reflect on its efficacy. While no official numbers have yet been released, it appears that copyright alerts haven’t changed a whole lot. BitTorrent piracy hasn’t dropped, nor have we seen a massive revenue increase for the (...)

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La MPAA rejoint le W3C en plein travail sur la standardisation des DRM - 8 janvier 2014
C’est une annonce inattendue mais pas forcément surprenante : la MPAA a indiqué avoir rejoint le W3C, le consortium qui travaille et définit les standards du web ou tout du moins des recommandations. Une arrivée qui fait craindre le pire alors même que le W3C travaille justement sur une standardisation des mesures de (...)

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Simpsons Pirate Ordered to Pay Fox $10.5 Million in Damages - 2 janvier 2014
A lawsuit against a man who ran websites which linked to episodes of The Simpsons and Family Guy has ended in the most expensive way possible. The judgment, which awards Fox $10.5 million in statutory and punitive damages, is the highest amount ever awarded by the Federal Court in Toronto, Canada. Speaking with (...)

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Google Bans Torrent Search Extensions For Chrome Over Piracy Concerns - 13 décembre 2013
Google has removed several torrent search extensions from the Chrome Web Store because they could enable “unauthorized access” to copyrighted content. The decision, which may have come after pressure from the entertainment industry, is a peculiar one since the extensions are no more infringing than Google’s own (...)

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Hotfile Shuts Down and Takes User Files With It - 5 décembre 2013
A few hours after news broke that Hotfile had signed a $80 million settlement agreement with the MPAA, the file-hosting service has completely shut down. The drastic decision to deny access to millions of files without warning will come as a shock to the countless individuals who used Hotfile to store their (...)

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Fermeture du site Hotfile, après deux ans de combat - 5 décembre 2013
L’hébergeur de fichiers Hotfile jette l’éponge. Le site Internet a fermé ses portes, mercredi 4 décembre, après deux ans de procédures contre la Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). Lancée en février 2011, l’offensive judiciaire s’est soldée par un arrangement (PDF) entre le site et le cinéma américain. Hotfile a (...)

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Téléchargement direct : Hotfile accepte de verser 80 millions $ à la MPAA - 4 décembre 2013
Nouvelle victoire pour la MPAA, cette fois face à l’hébergeur de fichiers Hotfile. Ce dernier vient en effet d’accepter de verser 80 millions de dollars (soit près de 59 millions d’euros) d’indemnités au puissant lobby du cinéma hollywoodien, qui avait engagé des poursuites à son encontre il y a plus de deux ans et demi. (...)

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Hotfile settles MPAA copyright case, agrees to $80 million in damages - 4 décembre 2013
Six days before movie studios were set to begin a jury trial over alleged copyright violations by the "cyberlocker" site Hotfile, the case has settled. Hotfile has agreed to pay $80 million and to stop operating "unless it employs copyright filtering technologies that prevent infringement," according to a press (...)

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Court Orders Google, Microsoft & Yahoo to Make Pirate Sites Disappear - 29 novembre 2013
While its common for search engines to receive DMCA takedown requests for specific URLs, events in France have taken things to a whole new level. In order to protect the copyrights of film producers, the High Court of Paris has concluded a 2011 case by ordering Google, Microsoft and Yahoo to completely de-list 16 (...)

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MPAA Wins Landmark Piracy Battle Against Hotfile - 29 août 2013
The MPAA has scored an important victory against the file-hosting service Hotfile. The District Court of Florida entered a summary judgment against Hotfile noting that the cyberlocker failed to control the distribution of pirated movies through its service. The MPAA applauds the verdict and says it shows that (...)