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Hackers Stole “Cyber Weapons” from NSA
A hacking group called the Shadow Brokers claimed that they managed to infiltrate an elite hacking unit linked to the NSA and steal some state “cyber weapons”. Now the group is auctioning them off to the highest bidder.
Kim Dotcom Keeps Fighting for His Assets
MegaUpload founder Kim Dotcom is going to seek a review of a federal court decision that again rejected his attempt to keep hold of millions of dollars in assets.
Iceland's Pirate Party May Form Next Government
After Iceland’s ruling coalition and opposition agreed to hold early elections following the Panama Papers scandal in October, the Pirate Party may gain its first taste of power.

The radical political party, whose platform includes direct democracy, government transparency and even asylum for Edward Snowden, will field candidates in every constituency. It also aims to boost the youth vote by turning polling stations into Pokéstops. The Pirate Party has been at or near the top of every opinion poll for more than a year.

The election in Iceland is expected in late October and follows the resignation of the country’s former Prime Minister. The latter became the first major victim of the Panama Papers a couple months ago, after it was disclosed he had millions of pounds of family money offshore. The ruling Progressive and Independence parties replaced him with the Agriculture and Fisheries Minister and promised elections in 2016.

Iceland’s Pirates were founded 4 years ago by a group of activists and hackers and has already captured 5% of the vote in 2013 elections, winning 3 seats in the country’s 63-member Parliament. Supported by public outrage at “endemic cronyism” in Icelandic politics, popularity for the party has rocketed. According to the recent poll in late June, the Pirates are comfortably the country’s largest party with 28.3%, four points clear of their closest rival, the Conservative Independence party. Since June, that lead has since slightly narrowed. However, the observers believe that the Pirates will return between 18 and 20 MPs in October, which would put them in a strong position to form Iceland’s next government.
File-Hosting Service Lost Legal Battle with German Watchdog
German music rights group GEMA has won the legal battle against a popular service Uploaded.net, with the Regional Court of Munich ruling that the file-hosting platform is liable for content shared by its users, because it failed to take precautions against piracy.

Uploaded.net accounts for millions of monthly visitors and is considered one of the largest services of its kind. Like other online services, it is also used to share copyright infringing content, which copyright holder groups couldn’t like much. As a result, the German music rights group GEMA, representing about 70,000 artists, took the matter in court, which eventually ruled that Uploaded must take measures against online piracy and can be held liable for the infringements of its users. In other words, the file-hosting service faces damages.

The court decided that Uploaded is not just obliged to remove infringing files when it receives a request to do so: the service must also take additional measures – for example, prevent the same files from being uploaded again. However, the court order is not yet legally binding and is likely to be appealed.

The court also noted that Uploaded’s business model is “risk-inducing” and “dangerous for copyright owners,” pointing at the anonymity of users and the referral program that potentially increase the liability of the file-hosting site. Like other similar services, Uploaded allows users to generate revenue by referring new members to the platform.

GEMA is of course happy with the court ruling and advocates for a regulatory framework where website operators are held responsible for the piracy that occurs on their site.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.
Facebook Will Bypass Adblockers
Facebook will bypass adblockers on its desktop version. It must be said that Facebook and Google control almost 2/3 of the digital advertising market. However, they are not immune to the prevailing trend of using adblockers, which doubled in just over 2 years.
Music Band Handled Album Leak with Humor
Music leaked in advance of the commercial release is a real headache for its creators. When it happened to drum and bass legends Noisia, the band managed the problem with humor and without blaming fans.
KickassTorrents Founder Asked US to Drop the Case
Artyom Vaulin, the alleged KickassTorrents owner, through his lawyer has asked the DoJ to drop the charges against him and release him from prison, arguing that he can't be held criminally liable for KAT users’ infringing behavior.
New Hints from Dotcom on MegaUpload 2.0
Kim Dotcom revealed some more information about his new file storage project dubbed MegaUpload 2.0, which is expected to launch in January 2017. The NZ entrepreneur noted that file transfers in the network would be linked to a Bitcoin transaction, effectively bringing decentralization, anonymity and encryption to the next level.
Usenet Uploader Paid €15,000 Settlement to BREIN
Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN acts on behalf copyright holders. Its recent win is signing a €15,000 settlement with a prominent Usenet sharer, who uploaded over 18,000 music releases. As a result, the uploader informed fellow Usenet users that he's not going to upload anymore content. As for BREIN, it announced it would continue its quest against uploaders of illegal content.

Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN has been fighting against operators of infringing services for more than 10 years now. Users suffer as well, both random file-sharers and prolific uploaders. Recently, BREIN has gone after several torrent site uploaders, with varying success. It must be said that the group’s enforcement actions go further than BitTorrent alone, as BREIN keeps an eye on Usenet as well.

A few days ago, BREIN announced that it has settled a dispute with an active Usenet uploader, who is known for sharing more than 18,000 music albums, discographies, and compilations. The user agreed to settle for €15,000 and stop his activities. Otherwise, an additional fine up to €50,000 will be up.

The anti-piracy group used the message ID of NZB files to substantiate that the user was indeed the uploader. After the uploader received the court order, he posted a message online informing fellow users of stopping his uploading activities.

The file-sharing community has noticed that BREIN is targeting more and more uploaders. Although the Netherlands used to be a relative safe haven for file-sharers, thanks to BREIN this is no longer the case. It is known that the anti-piracy group has started to monitor IP-addresses of torrent swarms to identify the active file-sharers and consequently obtain their details through their ISPs.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.
Interpol Searches for NinjaVideo Uploader
It’s been 5 years after the American authorities took down the popular video piracy service NinjaVideo. However, one of the key defendants is still wanted. The case of the video streaming and download website led to several prison sentences, and police continues to seek for the last suspect, who is now on Interpol's list of wanted criminals.

At the time, individuals connected to NinjaVideo were indicted by the American government on copyright infringement and conspiracy charges, which resulted in a number of convictions. For example, Hana Beshara, one the site’s founders, was given a 22-month prison sentence. It was the longest sentence, but it has already been served. Still, this doesn’t mean the NinjaVideo case is closed, because one of the indicted NinjaVideo members, Zoi Mertzanis, is still at large. According to the US government, Mertzanis was one of the most active uploaders on the site. Despite a few successful convictions and plea agreements, this Greek resident is still at large: the 40-year-old woman is now featured on “wanted” list from Interpol, which issued a “red notice” for Mertzanis, indicating that she’s wanted for extradition. According to industry experts, the former NinjaVideo founder is the only person associated with a streaming or download website on Interpol’s list.

Apparently, Mertzanis’ fugitive status also has negative consequences for the convicted colleagues who already served their time. Since the NinjaVideo case remains open, they can’t get back their personal items that were seized.

If you don’t remember, NinjaVideo shutdown has been one of the most prominent successes of the American government’s “Operation in Our Sites” campaign. If the Greek woman is caught and extradited, she faces a prison sentence of several months at the very least, if we can judge on the previous convictions. Hana Beshara received the harshest sentence – 22 months in prison and a payment of $210,000 in damages to the MPAA. In the meantime, fellow admin got 14 months of jail time and was ordered to pay back around $172,000 in damages, while a prominent uploader received 6 months in prison and $26,500 in restitution. Another person was not listed as part of the NinjaVideo conspiracy, but was also sentenced to 3 months in prison and ordered to repay the Motion Picture Association of America just over $58,000.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.

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