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Cloudflare Fights RIAA’s Piracy Blocking Demands in Court
Posted on Wednesday August 24, 2016

Cloudflare has made it clear that the company isn't going to block piracy sites without a proper court order. In addition, it now opposes an injunction requested by the RIAA, under which it would have to disconnect alleged MP3Skull accounts based on a keyword and IP-address.

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Denuvo Weakens After ‘Inside’ Gets Cracked in Record Time
Posted on Wednesday August 24, 2016

Denuvo is one of the most famous anti-piracy systems in use today. Earlier this month the protection was properly cracked for the first time on Rise of the Tomb Raider, but that was after the game had been out for 193 days. Now, similar protection on the game 'Inside' has been defeated in just six weeks.

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Cloudflare Faces Lawsuit For Assisting Pirate Sites
Posted on Tuesday August 23, 2016

In recent months CloudFlare has been called out repeatedly for offering its services to known pirate sites, including The Pirate Bay. These allegations have now resulted in the first lawsuit after adult entertainment publisher ALS Scan filed a complaint against CloudFlare at a California federal court.

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PIPCU’s Operation Creative Gets New Leader & New Backers
Posted on Tuesday August 23, 2016

The UK Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit has just announced the appointment of a new dedicated officer to head up anti-piracy drive Operation Creative. The initiative, which disrupts websites providing unauthorised access to copyrighted content, also welcomes its seventh backer in the form of the Music Publishers Association.

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KickassTorrents ‘Front Company’ Disappears From Web
Posted on Tuesday August 23, 2016

According to the United States Government, KickassTorrents was operated through Cryptoneat, an alleged "front company" located in Ukraine. Now, however, Cryptoneat's web's presence is no more. In addition to the disappearance of its website, the company's main domain has just expired.

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