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UTS English Court Sanctions TVAddons Owner For Failing to Disclose Evidence

h, 2018-07-16 13:50
A Texas District Court has sanctioned TVAddons operator Adam Lackman for failing to disclose evidence requested by Dish. Within five days, he must share how much money was earned through and At the same time, the court reprimanded Lackman's lawyer for an "egregious disruption" of the court proceedings.

Last year, American satellite and broadcast provider Dish Network targeted two well-known players in the third-party Kodi add-on ecosystem.

In a complaint filed in a federal court in Texas, add-on ZemTV and the TVAddons library were accused of copyright infringement. As a result, both are facing up to $150,000 in damages for each offense.

While ZemTV’s developer has chosen not to put up a fight, TVAddons’ Adam Lackman has retained counsel and will defend himself in court. Both parties are currently in the discovery phase, gathering evidence, but this hasn’t been a smooth process.

A few days ago Dish informed the Court that Lackman had failed to provide crucial evidence. Among other things, TVAddons’ owner hasn’t shared a detailed accounting of the revenue and profits he made through and

After the lawyers on both sides couldn’t come to an agreement, Dish asked the Court for an order compelling TVAddons’ owner to disclose this information.

Texas District Court Judge Vanessa Gilmore agrees that the financial information should be handed over. In an order signed last Friday, she compels Lackman to disclose the requested financial information, including the banks and cryptocurrency exchanges he used.

“Within five days of this Order, Adam Lackman must produce: All documents identifying his revenues, costs, and gross profits relating to or from February 17, 2015 through June 4, 2017,” the order reads.

TVAddons order

Lackman previously refused to hand over information related to donations, as these can’t be directly linked to any alleged copyright infringements. These and other disputes were summarized in an email that was submitted as evidence last week.

This document already lists the names of several bank accounts as well as Lackman’s taxable income, ranging from $10,534 to over $133,000 over the past three years, but Dish requests more detailed information on several issues.

In addition, the Court ordered TVAddons’ owner to share all documents he has on ZemTV and several other allegedly infringing addons. These include ARY Digital, B4U Movies, B4U Music, Dunya TV, Express Entertainment, Geo TV, Hum TV, Movies OK, Times Now, and Zoom.

For failing to provide the requested evidence in a timely manner Lackman is sanctioned. Within five days, he must pay Dish $2,835.00 to cover the legal expenses that arose from the discovery dispute.

Making matters worse for the defense team, Judge Gilmore also reprimands TVAddons’ attorney for disrupting Court proceedings during a telephone conference, stating that he prematurely hung up the phone.

This was revealed in a separate order, which was issued following the conference on Friday.

“After the Court inquired why Lackman had failed to provide the discoverable documents, defense counsel for Lackman, Jason E. Sweet, falsely stated to the Court: ‘If you are going to yell at me, this conversation is over. I don’t care if you are a judge,’ and hung up the phone prior to the conclusion of the teleconference,” the order reads.

According to Judge Gilmore, these comments were aimed “to lessen the authority and dignity of the Court.” During a scheduled hearing in September, the attorney has the opportunity to explain why he shouldn’t be held in direct contempt of court.

The order compelling TVAddons’ Adam Lackman to product evidence is available here (pdf).


UTS English Novels author turns detective to fight free downloads

h, 2018-07-16 10:43
An author of teenage romance novels and her computer-expert husband believe that they have tracked down the man responsible for one of the world’s largest sources of pirated books.

Regan Smith, who writes under the name Regan Ure, is attempting to have 11 of her books removed from, a website that illegally offers almost 42,000 books free to download. Among the 8,800 authors affected are JK Rowling and Stephen King.

When Ms Smith and Quintin-John Smith made a copyright complaint to Domains by Proxy, a company that allows people to register websites anonymously, it refused to block the domain but passed on the details of the registrant as George Colburn of Roseburg, Oregon.

When The Times telephoned the number provided, the man who answered refused to give his name, denied that he was Mr Colburn or had any knowledge of Oceanofpdf. When asked if he was Mr Colburn, he responded: “Who is this?” Asked if he was the registrant, he said: “No I’m not. I don’t have anything to do with it. I have no idea.”

Ms Smith believes that the name is likely to be accurate. “The fact that he’s tried so hard to mask his details tells me that it is him. If it’s not his true identity then why bother trying to hide it [through Domains by Proxy]?”

Domains by Proxy is part of the web hosting service GoDaddy. The general manager who provided Mr Colburn’s name did not respond to a request for comment about whether the company had verified his details.

Ms Smith said that Domains by Proxy refused to block the domain. “They say, ‘We don’t hold the content. You have to go to the content provider.’ ”

The person who operates Oceanofpdf, named on the site as Nicholas Liam, has also registered the site as This domain is registered with Cloudflare, a company that allows customers to register sites without revealing their identity. When Ms Smith complained to Cloudflare, it passed on an email address that did not work. She said: “They can disable the domain but it’s almost like it’s too hard work. As soon as copyright infringement comes up they’re not interested. There has to be a procedure because this is happening more and more often.”

Mr Smith has reported Mr Colburn to the FBI but was told that he should get a lawyer to obtain a court order at the High Court.

Lawyers for Penguin Random House, the publisher for many authors whose works are on the site, have issued “a significant number of takedown notices” but the website is still operational two weeks later.

Oceanofpdf did not respond to an email from The Times but states on its website: “We believe that knowledge and information should be free and accessible to everyone around the globe.”

A spokesman for the website told The Bookseller magazine that he intended to “keep it active as long as we can”.

UTS English Sony has told how will succeed the PlayStation 5 and get rid of piracy

h, 2018-07-16 10:43
According to insiders, the manufacturer relies on the production of exclusive games.

The cards are revealed, games for the new console generation, the PlayStation 5 will create graphics 4K. The developers have already created five interesting programmes not available on other consoles. Thanks to this innovation, the PlayStation 5 will be in high demand among gamers. More information about the exclusive games at the moment. The developers decided to get rid of piracy. Copies of the software products for Xbox One PC almost never occur in practice. The same type of success they want to achieve and creators of PlayStation 5.

The managers of the company Sony has set his subordinates the goal: to develop unique games for consoles of new generation. PlayStation 5 planning to present in 2019 at E3. In stores, the console will be available before the end of next year. The developers are convinced that gamers will want to swap out the old consoles for new games.

UTS English ICETorrent News - Contest results

h, 2018-07-16 10:43
Google Translation:

The results of "CM 2018" contest

The "CM 2018" contest has ended! Get in here and see the winners!!!

UTS English New PS4 Model CUH-2200 Released By Sony, Potentially To Combat Hacking Exploits

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
It has been a few years since the PS4 launched and the hardware at least 3 major revisions so far. There are also internal updated builds that have been released separate from the hardware revisions and they are usually released with updated components.

It was recently discovered that Sony has now started to ship a new PS4 hardware model CUH-2200. This PS4 is currently only available in Japan and it is available to pre-order from retailers there. It is a step up from the current hardware model CUH-2100, which was first released in 2017. You can see its detail from BicCamera, one of the retailers in Japan. It is available in 500 GB, 1 TB Jet Black and in 1 TB White Glacier version.

PS4 has been cracked open for piracy and currently, its games are getting dumped online on various trackers. It is entirely possible that this new hardware model has fixed any security loophole that might have existed with the previous model. Sony has a history of silently dropping these hardware changes across the life cycle of their console and the same was true for the PS3. T

here are some things to consider though, mostly that it still feels like a minor revision for the hardware. It is still not out of the possibility that this revision has been released now after seeing the rise of PS4 piracy everywhere. The current method still requires the user to be on a specific lower firmware, but there is always the chance that Sony has now fixed the exploit through both hardware and software upgrade.

UTS English Facebook unable to stop piracy of movies, will take help from US startup Source3

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
Several Facebook groups are sharing pirated Hollywood movies to hundred of thousands of users.

Several Facebook groups are sharing pirated Hollywood movies to hundred of thousands of users and the social media giant's automated software is unable to stop copyright infringements, the media reported..
According to the Business Insider, these Facebook groups make no attempt to conceal catalogues brimming with the latest blockbusters like "Ant-Man and the Wasp" and "A Quiet Place."

"These groups, some of which are years old, exist despite Facebook's army of human content moderators and automated software meant to detect copyright-infringing content, raising questions about the effectiveness of Facebook's content-policing systems," the report said on 15 July.

Some of the group's titles are "Full HD English Movie" which has more than 134,000 members and "Free full movies 2018" that has 171,000 members.

A Facebook spokesperson was quoted as saying that "it wasn't the company's responsibility to take down such content unless asked to by the content's rights holders".

In its battle against pirated content, Facebook last year acquired a US-based startup Source3 to help it weed out pirated videos and other content that users share without permission.

"We're excited to work with the Source3 team and learn from the expertise they've built in intellectual property, trademarks and copyright. As always, we are focused on ensuring we serve our partners well," a Facebook spokesperson said at the time of the acquisition.

Facebook has been struggling to crack down on pirated content for a long time.

The company had in past announced "Rights Manager" technology to detect and remove video clips shared by people who do not have rights to the video.

According to the recent Facebook transparency report, it took down 2.8 million pieces of content based on approximately 370,000 user copyright reports in the second half of 2017.

UTS English How Nintendo is Trying to Take Down Switch Porn Pirates

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
Nintendo has tried very hard to maintain its squeaky clean image. Consider the relatively unblemished state of its newest prize horse — the Switch. However, with a great console comes us gamers, inevitably wanting to push it past its hard limits. Enter the users in the community who are modding it, wanting custom avatars, and sticking pornography in Super Mario Odyssey. This happening isn’t a bad thing per se; modding is one of the best things that ever happened to the Wii community. However, the company is taking a hardline stance to protect its PG-13 goodies, including banning users outright for Nintendo Switch modding. Here’s a look at what people have been doing to the Switch and what Nintendo’s been doing to stop them.

We’ve Been Naughty

If you own Super Mario Odyssey, then you’ve probably played Luigi’s Balloon World. The premise is largely irrelevant to the modding community, but it’s a mode that allows players to scatter balloons around maps for others to reach. It’s not the most riveting in its default state. However, modders have begun to spice things up pretty literally. There are images floating around Reddit and tweets pointing out Pornhub stills on Luigi’s balloons. Curious about how they got there? People have been setting explicit pictures as their profile pictures, and Balloon World marks players’ balloons with their avatars. Custom developer software allows Switch users to diversify the profile picture options available to them, and while not everyone uses that power for evil, those who do have been noticed.

Compared to the other more egregious instances of modding, this is pretty minor. Still, there’s been a massive parental backlash as a result of Luigi’s balloons, mainly because of Nintendo’s carefully cultivated image. The hacking community awakened the company’s slumbering overlords, and it’s expected that pushing the envelope further would have consequences. Enter those who are wanting to test their homebrew skills. There’s a large community around homebrewing and piracy (unrelated, but adjacent) from previous Nintendo releases. Everyone remembers the Game Boy and Wii exploits that allowed people to have access to Nintendo’s library virtually unpunished if they were doing it right. Now, it’s not the Wild West anymore, but people are still trying their luck.

The Saga Continues

Namely, people are using developer software for all sorts of naughty Nintendo Switch things. They’re creating their own randomly generated games on the system. They’re coming up with ways to rename files on systems and to customize the look of your library. They’ve even modded custom costumes in Breath of the Wild. The sky is the limit here if you’ve got ingenuity and persistence. It’s easy to see how people are getting excited about this stuff, and why they’re encouraging each other to do it. Everyone has a soft spot for fan-created content and a lot of the time, that’s what modding is. It’s not pornographic images, it’s just fans wanting to do more with their favorite console.

Lots of people are thinking that Nintendo should look the other way; they have for a long time with previous consoles. However, it looks like Nintendo’s days of rolling over are, well, over. This may have been prompted by involvement outside the player community. SX Pro is a household name in the modding community for selling accessories that allow you to jailbreak the console. Unfortunately, these hijinks come with something called SX OX, which can be used for homebrew. Unfortunately for those who have been flexing their modding muscles, SX OX contains brick code. Essentially, this turns your Switch into a dead duck. SX Pro isn’t taking any responsibility for these incidents, but that’s not the real issue here.

Crime and Punishment

Nintendo has gone the extra mile now in the wake of more impressive feats by modders and it’s started banning users. These bans aren’t temporary. These are account bans, which mean that even if you bought a new Nintendo Switch, your old account being blacklisted means something. A Nintendo representative gave a statement to The Verge on this issue. In short, users are being banned for modding their systems to display the kind of content that parents clutch pearls over.

Additionally, people are being banned for attempting to play titles that weren’t legitimately purchased. We’ve written about how Nintendo’s banning individual game cards if players that have gamed the system are trying to play online. The company is banning game cart certificates – these are the codes that each cartridge has. Nintendo has a system where it can separate authorized cards from cards that have been blacklisted. This appears to be possible via the company checking whether your user profile has data from a legitimate card when you try to go online. The solution to this seems about as simple as not going online. However, as we’ve mentioned, this could be an issue for anyone trying to buy and sell cartridges secondhand. Information has come to light about these console bans being apparently permanent.

Nintendo’s clearly not pulling any punches when it comes to punishing people for trying to mod the Switch. There’s clearly an anti-piracy measure in place here, but there has been talk that the lack of distinction between modders and people abusing the system is hurting Nintendo’s consumer base. The conversation around what modding can add to a console’s lifespan and popularity is one that’s been had many times over. However, Nintendo is cracking down hard on all modders that it can reach, no matter their intentions.

UTS English When Madonna leaked a fake version of her album to thwart pirates

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
In 2003, the fear that music piracy could derail the entire music industry was a very real one.

Two years earlier, Metallica had won a landmark court case against Napster, but — just as clearing drug dealers from street corners only results in other dealers swooping into the territory — Napster’s position had simply been taken up by a host of other peer-to-peer file sharing services, all of which were less traceable and more flagrantly unregulated than Napster.

Rather than take the legal route, Madonna decided to fight fire with fire, uploading a fake ‘leaked’ version of her American Life album to file sharing service KaZaA – best known for their flagrant disregard for laws and title case conventions, and for being a word you hadn’t thought about for a decade.

Madonna uploaded a version of her album with the correct titles, but upon downloading every song, listeners were greeted with a loop of her saying, “What the fuck do you think you’re doing?” Pretty funny, pretty petty, pretty awesome.

But, as Shakespeare once said: “Don’t be playing a player, fool.”

A hacker from Phrack Magazine didn’t like this gall, and responded in kind, hacking her own website, and writing, “This is what the fuck I think I’m doing…”, posting download links to the actual leaked album, plus radio remixes, club mixes, her 1994 Bedroom Stories album (why not?) and a rather touching, if mistimed marriage proposal to one Morgan Webb.

The leak didn’t harm her chart position, with the record hitting #1 in America, selling 241,000 copies in its first week. The drop off from previous album Music was notable though, with the latter selling 420,000 first week. Whether it was a result of the leak, or a sign of the times is unclear.

Still, Madonna hasn’t tried a publicity stunt like this since…

UTS English TOrrent-tuRK News - Site down due to maintenance

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
Google Translation:

Site will be back as soon as the maintenance work has been done with your system's Server by the hosting provider, it will not be available for a short time and will be reactivated as soon as possible.

UTS English World Sporting Bodies continue to condemn Arabsat for continued broadcast of beoutQ

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
World Sporting bodies continue their public condemnation of illegal Saudi broadcaster beoutQ.

There is unanimity of opinion among leading world sports organisations to publicly condemn and call for the immediate closure of the illegal Saudi Arabian-based piracy operation, “beoutQ”. The united voice of condemnation from world sports organisations that have been calling for Arabsat to stop facilitating the theft of beIN’s content and for decisive action to be taken to stamp out beoutQ includes, FIFA, UEFA, LaLiga, Deutsche Fußball Liga (DFL), The Confederation of African Football (CAF), All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), United States Tennis Association (USTA), French Tennis Federation (FFT), Tennis Australia (TA), Association Of Tennis Professionals (ATP), Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) and the governing body of Formula 1 the FIA.

UTS English EFF blasts Japan over piracy website blocking proposal

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
Japan should not introduce piracy website blocking laws in response to copyright infringement, EFF has said, because such a restriction doesn't work, violates freedom of expression, and 'breaks the internet'.

Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has likened piracy website blocking to "cutting off your hand to deal with a papercut" in response to the Japanese government's request for feedback on introducing such laws.

An EFF blog post argued that website blocking is a "terrible" solution to copyright infringement problems.

According to EFF, such blocks can be easily circumvented; risk capturing lawful expression; and violate "national and international principles of free expression".

"In response to infringement of copyrighted material, specifically citing a concern for manga, the government of Japan began work on a proposal that would make certain websites inaccessible in Japan," EFF said.

"Website blocking would lead to network errors and security problems.

"According to numerous studies, the best answer to the problem of online infringement is providing easy, lawful alternatives. Doing this also has the benefit of not penalising legitimate expression the way blocking does."

Pointing to the European Union's Article 13, which was recently rejected by the European Parliament, EFF said it has seen similar proposals globally.

Article 13 would have required online platforms including Google, Facebook, and Twitter to monitor potential copyright infringements on their sites, with rights holders gaining greater power to enforce their copyright.

The law was narrowly defeated, with 318 against the proposal, 278 in favour, and 31 abstaining. It was subsequently pushed back for further debate, to be revisited in September following potential rewrites.

In Australia, meanwhile, website blocking was legislated under the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Act, which passed both houses of Parliament back in mid-2015.

The law allows rights holders to obtain a court order to block websites hosted overseas that are deemed to exist for the primary purpose of infringing or facilitating infringement of copyright under Section 115A, with internet service providers ordered to block swathes of allegedly illegal torrenting and streaming websites in the time since then.

Last month, the Australian Federal Court sped up the process of piracy site blocking, with a judgment ordering ISPs to block more sites just one day after the hearing.

The hearing itself had lasted just one hour, with counsel for pay TV company Foxtel presenting evidence against 11 to 15 torrent websites and 10 streaming sites, including a new version of the Pirate Bay, which was blocked years ago under a previous Foxtel case.

Foxtel had begun proceedings back in April, saying it was targeting around 27 domain names to be blocked by internet service providers.

Two other piracy site-blocking cases currently facing the Federal Court have been brought by Roadshow and the world's largest producers of Chinese media content, TVBO Productions and Television Broadcasts (TVB), with Roadshow emerging victorious in April.

Previous site-blocking hearings saw content owners including Foxtel successfully seek blocks against Kickass Torrents, and more than 200 additional alleged piracy sites.

Under the initial ruling, rights holders are to pay a AU$50 fee per domain they want to block, with the websites to be blocked within 15 business days.

The Australian government opened consultation on the piracy site-blocking laws in mid February, seeking feedback on the effectiveness and efficiency of the mechanism, whether the application process and injunctions are operating well, and whether any amendments are required.

According to Australia's Department of Communications, there has been a "correlating" reduction in copyright infringement since the legislation was passed.

However, this also coincides with the launch of streaming services in Australia, as conceded by a previous report by the department.

"Rights holders' most powerful tool to combat online copyright infringement is making content accessible, timely, and affordable to consumers," Australian Prime Minister Turnbull admitted at the time.

UTS English The-Archive News - Site to go invite only after a last open signup run

h, 2018-07-16 09:40
"We've Decided to go perm invite only after this open signup run. (7 days)"

TV (2013 and below)


ANIME (HEVC Custom Encodes only)


TV With original Commercials (2009 and before)


Animation WOC (2009 and before)


Howard Stern Audio and Video

Audio Books / E-books

Any thing else Nostalgic the community calls for.

We need seedboxes and uploaders for audio/ebooks/comics/Docu right now and some good HEVC encoders are wanted.

We are not hard to keep ratio and staff is always willing to help you with your accounts. We have enough members but we decided to give 1 last run for everyone who has wanted to get in to come on it.

Hope you guys enjoy and have fun!

UTS English Blutopia (BLU) News

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
Just because.....

Global Freeleech mode activated!
4 days, 15 hours, 58 minutes, 40 seconds

UTS English Empornium News - Contest

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
*****'s Empornium Upload Speed Contest - Round 19!

Empornium Upload Speed Contest - Round 19!

300K in Main Prizes! 150K for 1st : 100K for 2nd : 50K for 3rd

Thanks go out to ***** for ongoing funding of this contest !

Begins Saturday July 28th 2018 12 PM MDT (Noon) (6:00 PM UTC)
It ends Saturday August 4th 2018 11:59 AM MDT (5:59 PM UTC)

Please post in this thread and announce your participation up to one day before the round begins!
(Friday July 27nd 2018 12 PM MDT (Noon) (6:00 PM UTC))

UTS English Elite-Tracker News - Double upload

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
Google Translation:

All torrents are in DOUBLE UPLOAD from 15.07.2018 23:00:00 to 16.07.2018 23:00:00.

TORRENT X2 = Upload Multiply by X2

UTS English Man Jailed For Five Years+ For Selling Streaming Piracy Devices

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
A UK man who sold 8,000 set-top boxes that provided illegal access to Hollywood movies and live sports has been jailed for five years and three months. John Haggerty founded Evolution Trading, a company that provided XBMC (Kodi) based devices loaded with a subscription IPTV service. His wife received a two-year suspended sentence.

Streaming pirate content directly to living rooms around the world has become huge business over the past few years, with many hundreds of operations selling various services to the public.

While the majority appears to do so with impunity, a growing number of UK providers are finding that their businesses attract the attention of rightsholders who are keen to send a message that they won’t be tolerated.

The latest case involves John Haggerty and wife Mary Josephine Gilfillan, who together ran Evolution Trading Company Limited, a business venture registered at their former home address.

Incorporated in December 2013 for the stated purpose of “wholesale of coffee, tea, cocoa and spices”, Evolution was used in connection with Haggerty’s business of selling Kodi-based set-top boxes, some of which were loaded with an illicit IPTV service.

“Stop paying for sky high satellite or cable bills. Never buy or rent another DVD again! With Stream Box you can view any movie from the very latest blockbuster to your all time favorites,” some of Haggerty’s original marketing reads.

“Watch any box set or TV Series ever made or ever will be made! Watch tons of sports and hundreds of other TV channels from all over the world ALL FOR FREE.

“We consider Stream Box the future of TV viewing, with Stream box connected to your broadband Internet and your HD TV you can stream any film or TV show ever shown – all totally free.”

Following an investigation by the Federation Against Copyright Theft, searches were carried out at various premises connected with Haggerty. Like many of these kinds of cases, it’s taken a very long time to come to court, but now it has, it’s ended badly for the pair.

According to prosecutors, the business ran from March 2013 to July 2015, during which time at least ?764,000 was generated from the sale of set-top boxes, carried out from a shop and online marketplaces such as eBay and Amazon.

The court heard the devices would be sold for between ?75 and ?100 to the public and ?400 to pubs, although searches reveal them changing hands for as little as ?52. The IPTV service provided with some of the boxes,, was created by Haggerty and sold for ?15 per month. The marketing image below shows that football fans were a major target.

According to prosecutors, the operation meant that broadcasters including Sky and BT Sport faced potential losses of ?4m per year while using the devices in pubs exposed licensees to the risk of prosecution.

Chronicle Live reports that Haggerty had several passports in different names, and set up a company in Nevis to hide the true purpose of his business. Along with his wife, he also supplied the UK Immigration Service with false documents to sponsor an Egyptian national who was put in charge of the streaming service.

All things considered, 57-year-old Haggerty was jailed for five years and three months for conspiracy to defraud. His wife, 54, who the court accepted had played a minor role, was handed a two-year sentence suspended for two years and ordered to complete 200 hours of unpaid work.

“This was a very sophisticated fraud perpetrated primarily by you, John Haggerty,” said Judge Simon Batiste.

“You sold 8,000 set top boxes and started services including streaming services, you created an application to enable other devices to access the stream you created. In particular devices permitted users to view all Premier League matches and films, some of which hadn’t even been released in the cinema.”

The sentencing of the pair was welcomed by Premier League director of legal services, Kevin Plumb.

“This case demonstrates how seriously the courts are dealing with criminals involved in the supply of illicit streaming devices and services that provide illegal access to Premier League football and other popular content,” Plumb said.


UTS English Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of The Week on BitTorrent – 07/16/18

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'Rampage' tops the chart this week, followed by ‘Ready Player One'. 'Overboard' completes the top three.

This week we have three newcomers in our chart.

Rampage is the most downloaded movie again.

The data for our weekly download chart is estimated by TorrentFreak, and is for informational and educational reference only. All the movies in the list are Web-DL/Webrip/HDRip/BDrip/DVDrip unless stated otherwise.

RSS feed for the articles of the recent weekly movie download charts.

This week’s most downloaded movies are:

Movie Rank Rank last week Movie name IMDb Rating / Trailer Most downloaded movies via torrents 1 (1) Rampage 2 (2) Ready Player One 3 (…) Overboard 4 (3) Escape Plan 2: Hades 5 (…) How It Ends 6 (7) A Quiet Place 7 (…) Furious 8 (5) Sanju 9 (6) Avengers: Infinity War (HDCam) 10 (4) Blockers

UTS English Empornium News - Freeleech Picks

h, 2018-07-16 06:05
Freeleech Picks July 2018

Hey Pervs,

Here are the July 2018 Freeleech picks!

To view a collage of this month's picks, please Click Here.
If you wish to view the previous picks, go to the collage section at the top of the page, and filter for Staff Picks.

If you wish to discuss this month's picks, please do so in this thread.

Empornium Staff

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