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Kim Dotcom Appeals to Reclaim ‘Mega Millions’ from U.S.
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2015

In an effort to reclaim an estimated $67 million in assets, Megaupload's legal team has appealed the forfeiture the U.S. Government won earlier this year. The filing refutes the claim that Kim Dotcom and his former colleagues are fugitives, and warns of the dangerous precedent the District Court ruling will set.

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VPN Providers Respond To Allegations of Data Leakage
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2015

A team of researchers from universities in London and Rome have published a paper in which they claim that many of the world's top VPN providers leak IPv6 traffic. TorrentFreak has spoken to several companies highlighted in the report and today we publish their responses.

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Google Scolds MPAA’s “Cozy” Anti-Piracy Lobby in Court
Posted on Wednesday July 01, 2015

In a new filing at a Washington District Court, Google has called out the MPAA for its "cozy" relationship with the Mississippi General Attorney. In addition to helping him draft anti-piracy measures, Google highlights that the Hollywood group organized fundraisers, donated money, and sent rather jovial emails to the Attorney General's staff.

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Organized Crime Police Raid ‘Pirate’ Android TV Box Sellers
Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

Officers from a UK-based Regional Organized Crime Unit (ROCU), the Government Agency Intelligence Network (GAIN) and the Federation Against Copyright Theft have carried out more raids in pursuit of 'pirate' Android TV boxes. More than a thousand devices were seized in two locations this morning and at least two people have been arrested.

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French Magazine Fined €10,000 For Encouraging Piracy
Posted on Tuesday June 30, 2015

The music industry has won a landmark ruling in France where a local magazine was fined €10,000 for showing readers how and where pirated films and music can be downloaded. The ruling is the first of its kind and serves as a warning to other publications that write about online piracy.

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