Korean Gov’t to Develop the Tech for Illegal Content Distribution Blacking

The South Korean government will announce a tentatively called “joint countermeasure for overseas websites distributing pirated content” in the middle of this month. The South Korean government will start the development of technology that blocks illegal reproduction and distribution websites, like “The Night of the Rabbit” which distributes contents, including webtoon, with having servers in a foreign country.

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Why Did The World’s Largest Streaming Site Suddenly Shut Down? – TorrentFreak

Just over a week ago, 123movies, also known as 123movieshub and GoMovies, announced its surprise shutdown. After being labeled the largest pirate site in the world by the MPAA, it has now disappeared off the face of the Internet.

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Russia Blocked 8,000 Pirate Sites in 2017, “Visits to Cinemas Up 11%” – TorrentFreak

Russian telecoms regulator Rozcomnadzor has revealed that in 2017, local ISPs were ordered to block 8,000 ‘pirate’ sites. In parallel, officials and groups connected with the movie industry report a decline in the volumes of content being shared and a growth in cinema revenues.

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Vidya Balan – Anti-piracy Video

Piracy refers to illegal selling, distribution, and use of duplicates of copyrighted content. The Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM) under the aegis of the Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, collaborates with the Producers Guild of India to launch a campaign on anti-piracy.

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Anti-Piracy Video Masquerades As Anti-Malware Education And Is Filled With Lies

As some of you may be aware, Safer Internet Day just passed. Started in the EU, the day is supposed to be used to educate the masses on some dangers that are tangentially or directly connected to the internet, such as malware awareness, cyberbullying…

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