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UTS English Canadian media firms urge creation of online blacklist

k, 2017-12-05 20:52
A group of Canadian broadcasters are pushing the nation’s telecom regulator to establish an independent body that would have the power to order internet service providers to block the domains of certain websites.

On Monday, CANADALAND reported having obtained a draft proposal to be submitted to the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) by Bell Canada on behalf of a coalition of broadcasters, movie studios and cinema operators seeking the creation of an ‘Internet Piracy Review Agency’ (IPRA).

Under this proposal, the IPRA would be allowed to blacklist offending domains without the need for a court order. The only opportunity for judicial review would come after a domain had been added to the blacklist and ISPs had begun blocking the domain.

The broadcasters’ proposal, which was hinted at earlier this year, has taken on new significance due to the ongoing negotiations over revisions to the North American Free Trade Act (NAFTA), as well as planned reviews of Canada’s Copyright Act and Telecommunications Act. However, most observers feel Bell’s proposal is likely to fall on deaf ears.

While Bell’s concerns ostensibly revolve around websites that facilitate piracy of copyrighted material, the principle established by such an approach would almost certainly embolden stakeholders from other industries or interest groups to seek blocks on a wide variety of other sites.

University of Ottawa law professor and online rights advocate Michael Geist called Bell’s proposal “enormously problematic” and “legally questionable … If you make the argument that you’re in a position to block for these purposes, it seems pretty obvious that we’re going to see other groups say that you ought to be blocking for other purposes.”

In September 2016, the CRTC publicly rebuked the province of Quebec’s plans to force provincial ISPs to block the domains of internationally licensed online gambling sites that compete with Loto-Quebec’s Espacejeux.com. Quebec’s domain-blocking plans have been widely scorned as both protectionist and unconstitutional, and are currently the subject of multiple legal challenges.

Geist noted that other countries’ domain-blocking efforts had been largely unsuccessful in stamping out piracy and other allegedly illegal content. Instead, music piracy was undone by the rise of cost-effective streaming services, or what Geist called “good business models that offer up competitive services that people want to buy.”

And this is the part that Quebec’s government fails to grasp. Blocking access to Loto-Quebec’s online gambling competitors won’t encourage customers to patronize Espacejeux’s limited, cost-prohibitive offering. Better to build a better online gambling site, and the world will beat a path to your door.

Myanonamouse meghívó

k, 2017-12-05 20:19
Myanonamouse meghívót szeretnék kérni !
Mem azért mert ilyen még nincs, hanem mert könyvből sosem elég !

UTS English Empornium News

k, 2017-12-05 20:10
New Contest!

[Writing] What You Did During the Downtime


Empornium downtimes can be a harrowing ordeal for some, or an opportunity to experience adventure for others.
To commemorate this last brief downtime, write a short story detailing what you did, and post it in this thread inside of [spoiler][/spoiler] tags.
Whether it is humorous or horrifying, truth or fiction, we're just looking for a story.



  • One entry per user
  • The best short story will win 60,000 credits
  • Entry deadline December 31st, 2017
  • To enter please post your story inside of [spoiler][/spoiler] tags.
  • All forum and site rules apply to these stories.



Discuss this post here

FullMixMusic FullMixMusic: Szabad REG

k, 2017-12-05 19:48
Akkor a Miki fullmixmusicot fog hozni !

Shoved Tracker:Advent

k, 2017-12-05 19:46
Mindenhol csak a lila, csak a lila, mindenhol, csak a lila, csak a lila !!!...
(bocsi nem tudtam kihagyni !)
Szóval ezt megmutatom a nejemnek, mert nem hitte el mikor van advent első vasárnapja, ezért mi már az előző héten gyújtottunk ! (Én meg 32 év házasság után nem vitatkozom !)

Libranet

k, 2017-12-05 19:33
Egy ideje nem jártam erre, ezért mindenkitől utólag is elnézést, aki kért meghívót én mag a holdon voltam !
Jelenleg nyitott a regisztráció !

UTS English Porn Related Piracy: Forbidden To Settle?

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
While an innocent defendant will perhaps be offered refuge from unnecessary embarrassment, porn pirates will eventually find a lack of safe harbors available to them.

In this digital age, it is not uncommon to see copyright infringement cases filed against John Does. Whether it is illegally downloading and distributing hit movies, music, or the latest installment of Hot [Insert Crude Reference to Body Part(s)] Vol. 23, content creators have their hands full making sure that online piracy is contained to the extent possible. While in the long run it may be a losing battle, certain companies have decided there is value in making an example out of small-fry infringers, perhaps as a deterrent to others seeking to save a few bucks by pirating an illegal (rather than just paying the price for a legitimate), copy of a movie, show, or album online.

From a legal perspective, most of these types of cases follow a similar pattern. A complaint is filed in federal court alleging copyright infringement, typically against one or more John Does identified by a specific “subscriber assigned” IP address. In the complaint, the plaintiff alleges that its investigation has uncovered illegal downloading and distribution activity, whereby one of the well-known digital file distribution networks such as BitTorrent has been used to download the copyrighted material. Thereafter, the alleged infringer is often identified by their respective IP address as also distributing the pirated copy further along using BitTorrent or a similar platform. IP addresses are typically uncovered using various digital forensic means, including geolocation technology that helps identify the likely location of the alleged infringer.

Over time, some companies have become serial plaintiffs in these types of cases. One frequent filer, Malibu Media LLC, identifies itself as a well-known distributor of pornographic films, and in a recent case pending in Maryland (MALIBU MEDIA, LLC, v. * JOHN DOE subscriber assigned IP address * 98.117.45.54)(Civ. Act. No. 17-03450-CCB) filed what it probably thought would be a routine Motion for Leave to Serve a Third Party Subpoena Prior to a Rule 26(t) Conference. The reason? Put simply, Malibu was asking for leave to send a subpoena to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) in the hopes of identifying the specific customer assigned the offending IP address on the date of the alleged infringement. Technically, IP addresses are assigned to to a customer on a given date and hour to provide access to the Internet, and can be assigned to a different customer once the first customer’s Internet session ends.

Procedurally, these types of requests are routine in copyright infringement matters centering on digital downloading activity, and the information sought is absolutely crucial to companies like Malibu who aim to identify the likely infringer they are pressing a claim against. While these types of motions are likely routinely granted, the Maryland judge decided to throw a bit of a twist at Malibu in its recent decision on the motion for leave.

First, the court noted the existence of concerns regarding the use of IP addresses as proxies for specific customers with respect to proper pleading practice and claim sufficiency. Second, the court addressed the prurient nature of the copyrighted works, and the use of shame as a settlement tactic previously employed by other plaintiffs in copyright infringement actions based on pornographic material. In fact, the court characterized the potential for the information sought being used as a catalyst for “abusive settlement negotiations” — where even innocent defendants could feel compelled to pay out in order to avoid embarrassment. The potential for that type of settlement dynamic, coupled with the inability for an IP address’s association with a customer’s computer to actually determine who engaged in the infringing behavior, suggested to the court that caution was warranted — even as it agreed to let Malibu subpoena the records.

Interestingly, the court took into account Malibu counsel’s own estimate “that 30% of the names turned over by ISPs are not those of individuals who actually downloaded or shared copyrighted material. Counsel stated that the true offender is often the ‘teenaged son … or the boyfriend if it’s a lady.’” This risk of misidentification, when combined with the recognition that certain unscrupulous plaintiffs have used the information as a means of coercing payments, gave the court pause. But rather than restrict Malibu’s ability to seek the information from the ISP, the court decided to restrict Malibu’s immediate use of the information it received. In particular, the court forbid Malibu from even initiating settlement discussions with the person who the ISP subpoena identified as the user of the subject IP address. Instead, Malibu would need to seek permission from the court to initiate settlement discussions, with the actual settlement discussions to take place under Magistrate Judge supervision. At the same time, if the identified IP address user initiated settlement discussions with Malibu — and was represented by counsel — then Malibu was permitted to respond to that overture.

Ultimately, it is unusual to find a case where a court seems reticent about unfettered settlement discussions taking place. The typical experience for most IP lawyers is that courts favor settlement, and often are willing to extend resources and alter schedules so that substantive discussions can take place. When it comes to digital copyright infringement allegations for pornographic material, however, the possibility of embarrassment and the unfortunate existence of unscrupulous settlement tactics among certain plaintiffs has given at least one court a reason to monitor settlement discussions — even as that same court allowed the plaintiff to get the information it needed to press its case further along. The message? While an innocent defendant will perhaps be offered refuge from unnecessary embarrassment, porn pirates will eventually find a lack of safe harbors available to them.

UTS English Canada’s largest media companies reportedly form ‘Internet Piracy Review Agency’

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
Bell, Rogers and Cineplex are among a number of Canadian media companies attempting to push the CRTC to create an anti-piracy not-for-profit organization.

According to a story published by the crowdfunded news site Canadaland, Canadian national telecom Bell is leading a coalition comprised of Rogers, Cineplex and Quebec theatre chain Cinemas Guzzo to petition the CRTC to create an organization that would be called the Internet Piracy Review Agency (IPRA).

IPRA would be responsible for maintaining “a list of websites it had determined were peddling pirated materials, and force all internet service providers in the country to block access to them,” according to the Canadaland report.

Canadaland learned about the coalition’s plans through privately obtained emails, as well as a CRTC draft proposal that was also privately obtained.

The draft proposal mirror comments delivered by Bell to the Standing Committee On International Trade (CIIT) in September 2017.

During the CIIT talks, Bell proposed establishing an independent agency under the CRTC that would similarly blacklist “egregious piracy sites.” Bell further proposed ensuring that Canada’s internet service providers would be required to block these sites.

Canadaland also reported that the coalition plans on filing its application to the CRTC on December 19th, 2017.

Internet policy expert Michael Geist spoke with Canadaland.

“This is a dramatic shift,” said Geist. “This is a prospect of significant internet regulation being done by the CRTC and without any court oversight.”

Geist also pointed out that the CRTC has previously stated that it would only exercise its ability to block website “in exceptional circumstances, and it doesn’t happen in furtherance of other laws.”

The existence of the IPRA would also stand in direct conflict with innovation minister Navdeep Bains’s previous statement to maintain Canada’s commitment to the values of net neutrality.

IPRA would also stand in conflict with Prime Minister Trudeau’s previously stated commitment to Canadian net neutrality.

UTS English Empornium News

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
HARDWARE ISSUES


The hardware issues leading to our downtime are still ongoing, the CPU in the main database server is currently hovering around the 95oC mark and as such is going in and out of thermal throttle. We've opened a support ticket and are awaiting service, we do not yet know how long this will take or when it will be resolved. More downtime, slowness or instability is to be expected in the mean time.

Fan controller has been replaced and we're back online.


Sorry for the downtime, have some freeleech.

UTS English Sky TV's demand to block websites unlikely to work

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
Even if internet providers went along with Sky TV's legal demands that they block specific sites that provide access to copyright infringing material, it's unlikely work.

Why? Because from a technical point of view, the internet in 2017 is a very different beast to how lawyers envisage the network.

The internet used to be, in very simple terms, a network over which hosts (that is, computers) communicated with each other.

That's the end-to-end principle of the internet, and you could block access to one bad corner of the network fairly easily.

Now though, asking ISPs to block bits of the internet where you think "pirate data" comes from is a fool's errand.

The internet is now massive and the traffic over it is mainly huge video files. This makes it difficult for computers to serve up content fast enough to internet subscribers requesting the material.

To fix this, intermediary networks in front of servers such as caches try to serve up large amounts of content from computers near users, over cheap national links that are faster than pricey overseas cable connections.

Then there are reverse proxies. If you look up where The Pirate Bay (thepiratebay.org) is hosted, you'll see it appears to be in Australia, in Megaport's data centre in Sydney.

Before anyone suggests that the police raid Megaport's data centre, that's not where The Pirate Bay lives.

Instead, The Pirate Bay uses Cloudflare, a global company that puts its high-performance and very resilient network in front customers' servers.

Each time you download a magnet link to torrent files from The Pirate Bay, Cloudflare's network handles it and passes on the request to servers that your computer cannot directly connect to.

This shields The Pirate Bay from hacking, denial of service attacks and being located. It's a fairly simple technique that works so well that our Government Communications Security Bureau spooks use a similar service for their website.

Should Sky TV ask Vocus, 2 Degrees, Spark and Vodafone to block Cloudflare then?
Umm, no. Cloudflare is a bit too big for that, and has important customers on its network.

There's no point in blocking the specific internet address on Cloudflare that leads to The Pirate Bay's servers either. Doing so would block innocent businesses that use the same IP address for ISP customers.

Sky TV could try to complain to Cloudflare to have The Pirate Bay and similar sites removed, just like Google is forced to take out from its index search results that lead to copyright infringing material, as dictated by the United States Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), if it hasn't already.

It's hard to imagine that Sky TV doesn't know this already, but on one level, letting slip the legal attack dogs on what appears to be a futile mission makes sense.

See, even with automated copyright infringement reporting systems sending in notifications by the billions to Google, people will still share content that's not theirs on the world's most efficient copying machine, the internet.

A real "nuclear option" is being developed by the European Union to deal with that issue however.

In a nutshell, the EU wants ISPs to filter their customers' connections to block them from uploading and sharing and posting copyright infringing material.

Great idea, isn't it? If people can't share copyrighted material, the infringement problem goes away, doesn't it? Only problem is, nobody knows how to do it technically.

ISPs and sites like YouTube and Facebook would have to install content recognition technology of some sort that would check and analyse users' data, in case it contains copyrighted material.

Billions of people's internet connections would need to be filtered, going through all their data just in case. This would amount to a massive invasion of privacy and as encryption has to be broken temporary for the inspection to work, a huge security risk.

Thing is, that site blocking and filtering are unlikely to work is neither here nor there.

The long-term strategy is to introduce such measures through legal means, which push up costs for ISPs that already struggle with unsustainably low margins per customer.

In that environment, only a few big providers will survive thanks to large customer volumes.

Eventually, it will create a small number of large, walled garden internets where approved content is served from within the network, and access to the outside world is limited.

China's internet already works like that, and Russia wants to put into place domain name system lookup technology for the two countries as well as for India, Brazil and South Africa, to control what websites users can access, from August next year.

We'll see where this ends but 2018 could be the year when the internet as we knew it goes away.

UTS English Singapore faces calls to reduce online piracy

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
The Coalition Against Piracy (CAP) has called on Singapore to crack down on copyright infringement online in the city-state.

CAP pointed towards recent research by Singapore-based Sycamore Research which found that 14% of Singaporeans admitted to accessing pirated content via illicit streaming devices (ISDs).

This compares to 6% of all households in North America who currently have TV boxes configured to access illicit content, according to Sandvine Research, also cited by CAP.

CAP represents several major international entertainment companies including Disney and HBO.

“Singapore faces similar challenges to other developed countries, with the surge in popularity of illicit streaming devices,” explained CAP president Neil Gane.

He added: “The pay-TV industry is hopeful that the Singapore government recognises the commercial damage that such illegal sales have on their industry, and the risks that consumers face due to malware being embedded within the ISD applications.”

Gane continued: “The fast transmission of digital data has facilitated access to online pirated content among some consumers in Singapore. This has resulted in an expectation of getting something for nothing.

“This has contributed to consumers migrating away from legal services and funding criminal syndicates who provide access to this illicit content,” he added.

UTS English Malaysia - Man fined RM6,000 for pirated DVDs

k, 2017-12-05 19:00
A trader was fined RM6,000 by the Selayang Magistrate's Court here today after pleading guilty to selling 40 copies of pirated DVDs, last October.

Liong Mun Kan, 35, admitted selling DVDs of various titles without the 'B' censorship certificate at the Petron petrol station at Bandar Country Homes, Rawang in Gombak here, at 4 pm on Oct 20.

The charge under Section 18(4) of the Film Censorship Act 2002 and punishable under Section 18(5) of the same act provides for a fine up to RM30,000 or imprisonment up to three years, or both, upon conviction.

Magistrate Iriane Isabelo ordered Liong to serve six months in jail should he fail to pay the fine. The trader settled the amount.

Deputy public prosecutor Ashwinii Thinakaran appeared for the prosecution, while Liong was unrepresented.

UTS English Mysticcafe.biz: News

k, 2017-12-05 17:52
hey everyone,

Over the past few weeks we have been doing changes but we have decided to join forces with another tracker and its went good, so here we are letting you all know before we loose the site fully, we have moved over to 3 Evils Login open signups at this time so get in whilst you can!

please move over before its too late

thanks
mystical staff

UTS English Insane-news

k, 2017-12-05 17:52
Dear iNSANE blood vessels!


Our usual Santa Claus game has started. This year we have improved a few things and can already be played on v2! In v2, with a hairline, you can find easier and much more information (and, of course, more beautiful) than in v1. The game has its own topic in the forum, it is worthwhile to inquire and discuss things (preferably in the normal way).


Tomorrow (December 6th), the Santa Claus will arrive in iNSANE Radio. Anyone who is writing a verse can also receive a separate prize! For details, please visit the radio / chat page (find the main menu)


You can still bet for the 60,000th betting game where you will find among the participants an iNSANE T-shirt and an iNSANE mug! More details in the previous news.


We still have our advent play on the radio side (v2 only!). Look in and win every day! Tonight there is an extra prize for good deceivers!


The iNSANE lottery game started on v2 too! From this week on HnR you can bet on v1 and v2 too! The game is available at the top of the main menu, v1 and left above.


We wish everyone a pleasant stay and a lot of prizes!


Staff + Wireless Team

szabesz

k, 2017-12-05 17:28
Miért regisztráltál az oldalra? talan mert itt megtalalom azt amit mas oldalakon nem

Válasz: talan mert itt megtalalom azt amit mas oldalakon nem

Mi a hobbid? Milyen dolgok érdekelnek?

Válasz: imadom a kutyakat :)

Mely torrent oldalakon vagy jelen?

Válasz: bithorlo

Írj le minden egyéb információt magadról, amikről úgy gondolod segítik majd a beilleszkedésedet!

Válasz:nincs mit mondanom vagy irnom

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