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UTS English Lesaloonv2-0 News - HTTPS implemented

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Google Translation:


Hello everyone, in the next 24 hours, we will work to pass the Saloon in SSL, that is to say that the Saloon will be a secure site and will have as the beginning of address "https, hoping that we will meet not too much bugs during this change, so do not worry in case of breakdown or difficulty opening the pages of the Saloon.

Thank you for your understanding.

UTS English Movie Studios Sue Founder & Distributors of Popular ‘Pirate’ App Showbox

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A large coalition of independent movie studios, including the makers of Dallas Buyers Club, has filed a lawsuit against the alleged 'founder' and several distributors of the popular movie streaming application Showbox. In their complaint, they brand the Android application as a pirate tool that's used to mislead the public.

For many years media companies have focused their anti-piracy efforts on pirate sites, including torrent and streaming portals.

More recently, these efforts expanded to streaming boxes, with the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) targeting several vendors of such devices.

This week, a group of independent movie studios has targeted yet another largely overseen element of the piracy ecosystem. Dallas Buyers Club, Cobbler Nevada, Bodyguard Productions, and several other studios are going after the popular Android-based app Showbox.

Showbox hasn’t caught many headlines, but the tool is used by hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people. It allows users to stream movies and TV shows via torrents and direct sources, all through a Netflix-style interface.

In a lawsuit filed at the US District Court of Hawaii, the movie companies are now taking action against several people and sites which distribute the application.

This includes the alleged founder and developer ‘Andrew Crow,’ founder ‘Mark Willow,’ and the people behind and

In addition, the complaint also targets the persons who made the application available on, a repository of APK files.

“Plaintiffs bring this action to stop the massive piracy of their motion pictures brought on by the software application Show Box app,” the complaint reads.

“The Defendants misleadingly promote the Show Box app as a legitimate means for viewing content to the public, who eagerly install the Show Box app to watch copyright protected content, thereby leading to profit for the Defendants.”

The lawsuit follows on the heels of another case where a phone store employee was accused of promoting the Showbox app. Similar to that case, the current lawsuit also relies on input from an alleged user of the application. In this case, that’s Hawaiian resident James Sosa.

“I visited the website and followed the instructions on the website to download the Show Box app to my Dell tablet,” Sosa testifies. “The language on the website led me to believe that I could use the Show Box app to watch free movies legally.”

From the complaint

According to the movie studios, most of which have thus far been very active in filing lawsuits against individual BitTorrent downloaders, Showbox is a pirate tool, plain and simple.

“Defendants promote the use of the Show Box app user for overwhelmingly, if not exclusively, infringing purposes, and that is how the users use the Show Box app,” the studios write.

The defendants all stand accused of contributory copyright infringement. The studios are asking the court for actual or statutory damages to compensate their losses, as well as temporary, preliminary and permanent injunctions to stop the allegedly infringing activities.

In addition, the studios also request an order preventing internet search engines, hosting companies, domain-name registrars, and domain name registries to stop facilitating access to the allegedly infringing domain names and websites.

The two recent Showbox related cases reveal an interesting trend. Where many of these movie studios were previously engaged in so-called copyright trolling lawsuits, they are now going after the people who promote, develop, and distribute a popular streaming app. It will be interesting to see if this trend continues.


A copy of the complaint filed by Venice PI, Headhunter, MON, LHF Productions, Cook Productions, Glacier Films, Colossal Movie Productions, Automata Productions, Criminal Productions, Dallas Buyers Club, Clear Skies Nevada, Bodyguard Productions, I.T. Productions, SVZ Productions, Splintered, Cobbler Nevada and Justice Everywhere Productions is available here (pdf).


UTS English 400K Malware Outbreak Caused by Backdoored Russian Torrenting Client

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A massive malware outbreak that attempted to infect over 400,000 users during a 12-hour period was caused by a backdoored Russian-based BitTorrent client named MediaGet.

The outbreak happened last Tuesday, on March 6. Microsoft said that the Windows Defender team picked up and stopped a massive malware operation that came out of the blue and attempted to infect mostly Russian and Turkish users with the Dofoil (Smoke Loader) trojan.

Microsoft published an in-depth report of how the malware operated, revealing Dofoil would later try to download and install a Monero miner.

At the time, Microsoft did not reveal how Dofoil landed on users' computers, mainly because it was not entirely sure. Now, the company has published more details, and according to the Windows Defender team, the Dofoil malware landed on users' computers via a file named my.dat, created by mediaget.exe —the MediaGet BitTorrent client's binary.

MediaGet hack happened in mid-February
"Our continued investigation on the Dofoil outbreak revealed that the March 6 campaign was a carefully planned attack with initial groundwork dating back to mid-February," the Windows Defender team said today in a new report.

Microsoft alleges hackers broke into MediaGet's infrastructure, and sometimes between February 12 and 19, attackers managed to replace the official MediaGet installer with one that also included a backdoor.

Hackers then allowed for a two-week window so users would install or update to the new MediaGet versions, the one containing the backdoor.

MediaGet incident timeline

Attackers started running first tests on March 1, by using the backdoor to plant malware on users' computers and sprung their main attack on March 6, when they delivered the Dofoil+coinminer malware combo.

MediaGet attack stages

During their attack, crooks also used a stolen digital certificate to sign the poisoned MediaGet update, in an attempt to avoid detection.

Microsoft said it notified both MediaGet and the company's whose certificate crooks have abused. Bleeping Computer could not reach MediaGet for additional comments on the incident, mainly to clarify how hackers broke into their network.

Supply chain attacks are very efficient
This incident is not the first time when hackers broke into websites to poison a BitTorrent client with malware. Previously, hackers breached the site of the Transmission BitTorrent client on two separate occasions. First, they distributed the KeRanger ransomware, and later the Keydnap infostealer malware, both incidents aimed at Mac users.

Hackers have also breached other software distribution websites in the past to insert malware into downloadable files. Other incidents include phpBB, Elmedia Player, HandBrake, and Linux Mint.

But, of course, the most prominent supply chain attack still remains the NotPetya ransomware outbreak —carried out via a tainted update for M.E.Doc, a Ukrainian accounting software program.
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UTS English WorldOfP2P (WOP) News - Open signups + Freeleech

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Signups is opened. Please let your friends know.
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UTS English US ISP warns customers that torrenting could break their heating

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
A US INTERNET provider has warned customers that if they torrent illegal content, then their heating may stop working.

Ridiculous as it sounds, there is a causality. Because the company is darn well gonna make one.

It works like this. ISPs have to be seen to be doing something about illegal file sharing on their networks or they will be in trouble with the FCC. So, it goes that Armstrong Cable, which has around one million customers in the North East of the US, has used a slightly roundabout threat in order to get repeat offenders in line, reports TorrentFreak.

"Please be advised that, if Armstrong receives additional notifications of infringement connected With your Zoom Internet Service, Armstrong will remove you from your current service level and place you at the lowest service level," the firm said.

"This will allow you to access email, but limit your speeds and affect your ability to upload or download material to the internet or use other file-sharing capabilities,"

So in other words, if you throttle their network with torrents, they'll throttle you back. But then, and this is the weird bit, it adds: "Please be advised that this may affect other services which you may have connected to your internet service such as the ability to control your thermostat remotely or video monitoring services,"

And they're not wrong. But it's kind of a weird thing to point out. Except, of course, it isn't - it's an example of the new smart world we live in and the fact that now, the internet has a direct effect on other aspects of how we live, meaning that threats to cut us off from it have far more teeth than they did.

The remedy is something like a speed awareness course. Customers who get throttled will be forced to read an article about copyright infringement and answer some questions on copyright. So it's not exactly solitary confinement, but they want to know you're taking it seriously.

And if you infringe again… you'll be kicked off their network. And then how will you remote control your thermostat? ?

UTS English Dhollywood goes on a digital drive

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
In a bid to capitalize on a growing digital market, Dhollywood seems to be making all the right choices. Due to shrinking screen space in multiplexes, dwindling number of single screens and stiff competition from Hindi and English big budget films, Gujarati filmmakers seem to be moving towards digital platforms like video sharing websites and OTT apps to expand revenue generation and broaden their audience base. With a number of films like Love ni Bhavai, Wrong Side Raju, Thai Jashe, Superstar, Gujjubhai The Great, Passport, Bey Yaar et al now officially available for online viewing, Gujarati filmmakers seem to have got their math right. If figures are anything to go by, India will acquire the second position in the world in video viewing market by 2020 with an estimated
4 billion viewers, according to a report. The media and entertainment industry grew by 17 per cent in 2017 with digital platforms taking the lead with a growth index of 29.4 per cent. This unprecedented growth can be attributed to a 28.8 per cent rise in advertisement revenue and a 50 per cent rise in subscriptions that are further expected to grow at a rate of 9 per cent by 2020 as compared to a meagre 3.3 per cent in 2016.
And interestingly this growth is not limited to Hindi and English digital content. Even regional content consumption online witnessed a huge surge in numbers. Studies show that India currently has 234 million viewers consuming regional content at digital platforms, which is expected to double in the coming years (536 million by 2021). With a number of OTT platforms showing keen interest in acquiring and promoting regional content, the ad revenues have shot up. The video ad share alone for digital platforms is expected to skyrocket to $74.4 by 2021. This shows that the growth and the future lies in the digital space.

Dhollywood goes on a digital drive
In a bid to capitalize on a growing digital market, Dhollywood seems to be making all the right choices. Due to shrinking screen space in multiplexes, dwindling number of single screens and stiff competition from Hindi and English big budget films, Gujarati filmmakers seem to be moving towards digital platforms like video sharing websites and OTT apps to expand revenue generation and broaden their audience base. With a number of films like Love ni Bhavai, Wrong Side Raju, Thai Jashe, Superstar, Gujjubhai The Great, Passport, Bey Yaar et al now officially available for online viewing, Gujarati filmmakers seem to have got their math right. If figures are anything to go by, India will acquire the second position in the world in video viewing market by 2020 with an estimated
4 billion viewers, according to a report. The media and entertainment industry grew by 17 per cent in 2017 with digital platforms taking the lead with a growth index of 29.4 per cent. This unprecedented growth can be attributed to a 28.8 per cent rise in advertisement revenue and a 50 per cent rise in subscriptions that are further expected to grow at a rate of 9 per cent by 2020 as compared to a meagre 3.3 per cent in 2016.
And interestingly this growth is not limited to Hindi and English digital content. Even regional content consumption online witnessed a huge surge in numbers. Studies show that India currently has 234 million viewers consuming regional content at digital platforms, which is expected to double in the coming years (536 million by 2021). With a number of OTT platforms showing keen interest in acquiring and promoting regional content, the ad revenues have shot up. The video ad share alone for digital platforms is expected to skyrocket to $74.4 by 2021. This shows that the growth and the future lies in the digital space.

Riding the digital wave
Be it reaching out to the audiences across the world or making the film available for viewing after it is out of the theatres, digital platforms provide a number of benefits. “There is no limit to the reach of digital platforms,” says producer Vaishal Shah. He adds, “While we try to release our films in US, Africa and Australia apart from India, we can’t release a film everywhere due to shortage of fund and logistics. But thanks to digital platforms, we can now reach the Gujarati diaspora across the world.” Digital platforms not only ensure a wider reach, they also help in increasing the overall profit. “Once I sell the copyrights of my film to a digital content provider, I am assured of certain amount of money,” says actor producer Malhar Thakar. He adds, “I would like to get the most out of a film that I have worked so hard on, and the BO collection doesn’t always earn you the desired profit. Now that digital platforms are looking to tap into regional content, I can look at expanding my resources for better returns.”
Recent studies on the pattern of mobile consumption show that 65-67 per cent of mobile data consumption in regional language is for watching videos. And this very popularity of regional content and a renewed interest of OTT platforms has worked to the advantage of Gujarati films. Filmmaker and producer Abhishek Jain shares, “From Bey Yaar till for Love ni Bhavai, the price of digital rights has only increased. This is a clear indication of the growing popularity of the local film industry.”
Protecting against piracy
Piracy has posed serious concerns for Dhollywood with a number of films getting leaked online. Recently, a pirated version of Gujjubhai Most Wanted was leaked online clocking over one lakh views in four days impacting the film’s BO collection. However, filmmakers believe that releasing films through official channels help fight piracy. “When an official channel buys a film, they also keep an eye on pirated versions and take stringent action,” says Shah. Malhar, whose four films were leaked online, says, “Before we strike a deal with any online or on demand viewing app, we have to ensure that there are no pirated versions available online, only then can we get a good deal. Digital platforms have opened a whole new horizon for the Gujarati film industry.”
As Dhollywood gets on a digital ride, hopefully it will be net gain for the industry in the days ahead.

UTS English MUSO Reports: USA, Russia, And India Tops The Chart On Digital Piracy With Over 300B

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
“Global data shows more than 300 billion visits to piracy sites in 2017, a 1.6 percent increase from 2016

TV is the most regularly consumed pirated content, with 106.9 billion visits, followed by music (73.9 billion visits) and film (53.2 billion visits)

Across music and TV, mobile devices are used more than desktops to access piracy content – mobiles were used for 87 percent of visits to music sites and 52 percent to TV sites

Streaming websites are the most popular outlet for accessing pirated content, although torrent-based film piracy slightly increased towards the end of the year”

In the city of LONDON united kingdom on the 21st day of March 2018 – MUSO.COM reported that worldwide piracy rose by 1.6 percent through 2017. , The global authority on internet piracy identified 300.2 billion visits to piracy websites across music, TV, and film, publishing, and software.

It claimed that more than a third of these visits were to piracy sites hosting television content which stood at 106.9 billion; which is more than music which stood at 73.9 billion and film having 53.2 billion sites visits.

The United States of America is number one on the list with visits to piracy sites at 27.9 billion, followed by Russian Federation with 20.6 billion and India being the 3rd had over 16 billion visits with the following as reported by MUSO;

4) Brazil (12.7 billion) visits
5) Turkey (11.9 billion)
6) Japan (10.6 billion)
7) France (10.5 billion)
😎 Indonesia (10.4 billion)
9) Germany (10.2 billion)
10) United Kingdom (9.0 billion)

Andy Chatterley, co-founder, and CEO, MUSO said

“There is a belief that the rise in popularity of on-demand services – such as Netflix and Spotify – have solved piracy, but that theory simply doesn’t stack up. Our data suggest that piracy is more popular than ever………With the data showing us that 53 percent of all piracy happens on unlicensed streaming platforms, it has become clear that streaming is the most popular way for consumers to access content, whether it be via legitimate channels or illegitimate ones. The piracy audience is huge and yet, for the most part, it’s an opportunity that’s completely ignored. It’s important that the content industries embrace the trends emerging from this data, not only in strategic content protection but also in understanding the profile of the piracy ‘consumer’ for better business insight and monetizing these audiences”

In the TV Piracy trend, the report reveals that vast majority of web visits to these piracy sites were made via web-streaming sites (96.1 percent), with access via mobile devices (51.92 percent) rising up the ranks to become the most popular way of consuming illegitimate content – surpassing desktop for the first time. Meanwhile, access to piracy websites for music dramatically surged in 2017, increasing to 73.9 billion visits: a 14.7 percent increase from 2016. Interestingly, music stream-ripper piracy decreased in the second half of the year, down by 33.86 percent from the first half. This is most likely a result of the leading global stream-ripper site,, being shut down in September, closely followed by several other popular stream-ripping sites later in the year.

From the report, it is worthy of note that Mobile heavily outweighs desktop when it comes to the devices used for accessing pirated music. A massive 87.13 percent of visits are through mobile devices, compared to just 12.87 percent from desktops.

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UTS English Increasing Digital Piracy and Thefts of Digital Content Call For Content Security and

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
Digital Rights Management Market - Increasing Digital Piracy and Thefts of Digital Content Call For Content Security and Management Solutions

According to a new report published by Transparency Market Research, the global digital rights management market is expected to reach value of US$ 9,086.8 Mn by 2026, due to significant rise in usage of digital rights management modules. The market is projected to expand at a CAGR of 15.3% from 2018 to 2026. This growth is attributable to the rising demand for advanced digital rights management solutions and services from industries and increasing adoption of on-premise deployment models to offer the finest services to clients. The digital rights management market in North America is anticipated to expand at a rapid pace during the forecast period, followed by Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America. Furthermore, the global digital rights management market is undergoing an emerging stage and is anticipated to expand rapidly in the next few years.

ncreasing number of Internet users and rising popularity of social media platforms have resulted in creation of a large amount of digital content. Furthermore, digital conent created or utilized by enterprises is also anticipated to increase in the near future. Innovative content creation and sharing platforms are being incorporated within the enterprise infrastructure. This digital content needs to be securely stored and managed in order to comply with the legal requirements which include intellectual property (IP) rights. Piracy and thefts of the digital content is hampering the market and causing revenue losses for digital content owners and providers. In one such scenario, in 2016, HBO, the leading player in the media & entertainment industry experienced revenue loss to a great extent, due to piracy of its popular show ‘The Game of Thrones’. Hence, in order to generate and protect revenue from digital assets (including digital media, software, solutions, and services), the need to obstruct the piracy and unauthorized access to digital assets and to monitor the fair usage is increasing. This rising demand is anticipated to drive the global digital rights management market during the forecast period.

The digital rights management market can be segmented based on component, deployment model, and end-use. According to a research study, the global digital rights management market is dominated by the media & entertainment segment, which held a significant market share in 2016. This is primarily due to increasing demand from media & entertainment companies for enhanced control over images, videos, and audios from multiple sources. With the growing consumption of digital content and expanding subscriber base of Pay TV and IPTV, the media & entertainment segment is expected to hold the leading market share during the forecast period. In terms of deployment, the on-premise segment held a prominent market share in 2016 and is expected to continue its dominance throughout the forecast period.

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North America led the global digital rights management market in 2016. This is primarily due to increasing adoption of IPTV, OTT, and IoT technologies among consumers in the region. The North America digital rights management market is estimated to expand at a significant rate during the forecast period. The digital rights management markets in Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America are expected to expand at a rapid pace during the forecast period.

Transparency Market Research (TMR) is a next-generation provider of syndicated research, customized research, and consulting services. TMR’s global and regional market intelligence coverage includes industries such as pharmaceutical, chemicals and materials, technology and media, food and beverages, and consumer goods, among others. Each TMR research report provides clients with a 360-degree view of the market with statistical forecasts, competitive landscape, detailed segmentation, key trends, and strategic recommendations

UTS English What ever happened to torrenting?

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
Over a decade ago, peer-to-peer file sharing ruled the roost — accounting for nearly 70% of all internet traffic in 2006.

But ever since, torrenting traffic has been on a steady decline: in 2015, it accounted for just 3% of web traffic in North America.

What’s the deal? Have those FBI warnings finally started to sink in?
Probably not. More likely, it’s a rise in cheap, above-board alternatives.

It’s just not worth spending 2 hours torrenting a Russian bootleg of “Inception” recorded on a camcorder, when you could watch that, and thousands of other movies, for less than the price of a movie ticket.

And, when people do want to watch something illegally, it’s streaming, not downloading, that dominates the piracy space. The rise of YouTube, and other pirating-specific streaming sites make it relatively easy to find quality content, without the risk of downloading malware onto your computer.

It’s gotten sad
You may recall when hackers held Netflix for ransom last spring under threat of releasing the new season of “Orange Is the New Black.” Well, the hackers leaked the season, and guess what? Nothing happened…

Yep, these days, torrenting has about as much impact on the streaming market as a Wiggles album on the Billboard Top 40.

UTS English Torrent Downloads: How To Stay On The Right Side Of The Law

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
Help clear up the confusion around torrent download software legality with our informative guide.
When it comes to downloading information from the internet, it’s normally very clear whether what you are doing is legal or illegal. However, when it comes to file sharing via a torrent download, peer-to-peer (P2P) clients, or file sharing, the waters become a little more muddied. How, then, can a responsible downloader be sure they’re staying on the right side of the law?

What is it that makes the legality of torrent downloading so debatable? While there is no question that a lot of file sharing sites are used to access and distribute pirated music, videos, books, and more, the truth is that torrent download software such as uTorrent does have a legitimate purpose which justifies its existence.

In recent years, intellectual property (IP) holders and government agencies have been targeting the people who download and distribute copyright infringing material, even going so far as to send warning notices, fines, and even prosecuting some offenders. This means it’s important to know, if you are going to use torrent download software and websites, how to stay on the right side of the law.

What is Torrenting?
A torrent is a computer file which contains metadata about a particular piece, or pieces, of media. The torrent file does not contain the media itself, but rather all the information a client such as uTorrent requires to find and assemble it. The torrent file contains trackers which helps the client to take all the seeders (i.e. those users with the file on their network who have elected to share it with the website in question) of a download and form them into efficient distribution groups known as swarms.

The number of seeders and the strength of their connections, along with other factors, will determine how long the completed file will take to download and compile and, once the process is complete, the downloader can use the file as normal.

Why is it Illegal?
Torrenting is not illegal per se, but it depends on the nature of the media being downloaded. If the media in question has a copyright, or some other form of IP protection, held against it and it doesn’t belong to the person in possession of the file, then it is illegal for them to download or retain it – regardless of the manner in which they obtained it.

Pirate Bay has courted controversy in the past.
Pirate Bay has courted controversy in the past. (Image source:

Sites such as The Pirate Bay which have expansive indices of illegally pirated material have long justified their existence by claiming they simply offer an indexing service and file-sharing platform. Their defence is that the sites are open for anyone to use and therefore the site administrators have no legal or moral responsibility for the nature or copyright status of the content which is listed.

The legitimacy of torrents varies widely around the world.
The legitimacy of torrents varies widely around the world. (Image source:

However, various agencies tasked with enforcing IP protection have disagreed with this interpretation of the law, and these sites are routinely shut down. The issue is that it usually only takes a month or two for the site to move its hosting to servers in a different country and reopen the website as if nothing had happened.

This means government agencies are constantly playing catch-up with these websites and will quite often target users to obtain more reliable results. Some countries are stricter about illegal downloading than others, however. For example, in Switzerland, Spain, and Poland, downloading is permitted if it’s for personal use only and not for profit.

All this may lead you to wonder if there is any way to use torrent downloads which won’t land you with a criminal record?

In a Word – Yes
Thankfully, there are a whole bunch of great websites out there where you can download a whole bunch of open source and royalty free content.

#1 SXSW Torrent
The South by Southwest Festival occurs in Austin, Texas, every year, and serves to showcase some of the world’s newest and best music from up-and-coming groups and artists. SXSW Torrent is a repository of over 80gb of free music from 14 years of the festival for fans to download.

#2 Academic Torrents

An enormous repository packed to bursting with over 26 TB of scientific research data, Academic Torrents is a must-see for scientists and scholars alike. With the ability to search by paper, author, or dataset, and access complete research papers for free, standing on the shoulders of giants has never been easier thanks to the wonderful site.

#3 Vodo
If the latest movies from some of the world’s most talented indie directors is your idea of a good night in, then Vodo is the torrent site for you. It has a decent sized collection of over 200 free movies, with the option to donate a bit of money to creators if you wish.

#4 Public Domain Torrents
Perhaps classic and B-movies released in the early half of the 20th century are your thing. If so, Public Domain Torrents has a fantastic selection of these gems from the heyday of the silver screen. Featuring huge stars such as Charlie Chaplin and classic films such as The Little Shop of Horrors (the original black and white version, not the Rick Moranis musical remake) and Night of the Living Dead (the original black and white version, not the… well, you get the idea), Public Domain Torrents has whole loads of forgotten gems ready for the taking.

Almost all the films indexed on the site are ones on which the copyright has lapsed and are now considered in the public domain, so you can find some really big hits.

#5 Archive
If you are looking for the granddaddy of legitimate torrent sites, then Archive is the place for you. The site presently hosts over 2.5 million videos, four million audio files, and 15 million text-based files, all available to download for free and without copyright.

Final Thoughts
As you can see, there are plenty of ways to make the most out of your torrent download software without falling foul of the long arm of the law

news source: from here

UTS English Is torrenting safe in 2018?

cs, 2018-05-24 23:05
Hundreds of millions of people torrent files every day, regardless of the legal implications. If you've been doing so for years, and haven’t ever received a threatening email from your ISP, you may be under the impression that, while illegal, it’s generally overlooked.

Well, that’s partly true. Since so many people torrent, ISPs and law enforcement do not go after most of them. But that does not mean they won’t go after you. It just means that they haven’t done so yet.

At the same time, a threatening letter can be faked, and may come from so-called “copyright trolls” rather than any real authority.

So let’s take a quick look at the facts to see if torrenting is safe in 2018.

Copyright trolls

Copyright trolls are people who take advantage of the fear people who torrent feel upon receiving a threatening letter. They understand that torrenters know they're doing something illegal. When an average torrenter receives that letter, they just want to make it go away.

Copyright trolls use this reality to scam people. Some of them actually have deals with copyright protectors, but others have simply used your IP address to track you down and are trying to get money out of you.

Be careful to make sure that any threatening letters are actually from your ISP or the authorities, and don’t simply make payments in the hope that the problem will go away.

But aside from the trolls, will the authorities go after you?

Not all torrenting crimes are equal

You might have heard horror stories of people going to jail for the simple act of torrenting. And there are many stories coming from the UK of people getting major fines for streaming sporting events illegally or downloading torrents.

But some people are at much higher risk than others.

Firstly, if you're responsible for making the file available in the first place, you're in much greater danger. This is because you are causing the problem and not simply benefiting from it. It’s like the difference between a drug dealer and someone who occasionally uses marijuana.

On a smaller scale, if you allow torrents to seed long after you've finished downloading them, you're more complicit in the crime.

Secondly, you're at much higher risk if you're torrenting the most recent content. A movie that has just come out, for example, or an album that is at the top of the charts. In these cases, copyright protectors are looking to prevent the problem getting out of hand, and are possibly monitoring torrenting sites.

So torrenting is not exactly safe, from a legal perspective, although the risks depend on how actively you take part in the peer-to-peer culture.

Use a VPN

The good news is that you can protect yourself from legal action by using a virtual private network (VPN) which prevents ISPs and others from tracking your IP address. It makes it much more difficult for them to discover who you are.

If you're using the best VPN for torrents, you're likely safe from legal issues. However, that doesn’t mean you should let your guard down. Unless you really know what you're doing, don’t be the first to make new content available. You can download it, and even seed it, but being the major culprit could be a costly mistake.

UTS English Get Lifetime access with unlimited monthly allowance to Streamza Torrenting for $54.9

cs, 2018-05-24 22:29
Today's highlighted deal comes via our Apps + Software section of the Neowin Deals store, where you can save 94% off Lifetime access with unlimited monthly allowance to Streamza Torrenting. Keep your media library up to date with this lightning-fast, secure torrenting solution.

What's the deal?
There are a number of risks associated with torrenting files, from viruses to having your IP address vulnerable, and Streamza eliminates them all. Allowing you to torrent large torrents fast, securely, and without downloading any additional programs, Streamza gives you complete torrenting freedom. With this deal of 250GB of downloads per month, you'll always be up on your favorite music, shows, movies, and more.

Build an instantly accessible content library without having to pay monthly subscription fees
Download as much as you want every month at lightning speed
Get large torrents fast & securely, with your IP address hidden
Includes 50 points allowing you to encode MKV/AVI into MP4 format for streaming in browser or downloading
Note that if a torrent is already an MP4 no points are required to stream it in browser
Access your files from anywhere with included Cloud storage - that includes on Roku, iPhone, Android, & more
Search a massive, continually-updated integrated library for any movie, TV, or music content you want
Connect with other Streamza users to see what's popular
Note: Customer usage intended for downloading content available according to local copyright laws.

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Meghívó Igénylés: 2018 Május

cs, 2018-05-24 16:03
Erről szerintem lekéstem de a nyáron ígérem belehúzok. :D

UTS: Alternatívák!

cs, 2018-05-24 16:01
Szerintem az uts-t senkinek se kell bemutatni. Valóban sokat fejlődőtt az oldal mióta nem jártam erre. Elképesztően sok munka van benne.

UTS English Demonoid v5 News - Recent progress

cs, 2018-05-24 15:50
The progress of Demonoid v5

Hi Demonoid,

Since the overall opinion of the community, we did some tweaks and improvements to make the site as much as possible user-friendly and easy to navigate.

Content below is still work in progress and is subject to change.

Ideas & suggestions are appreciated like before.


  1. The whole site now is not based on semantic-UI javascript app, but it still requires javascript so the navigation, pagination, account wide, search wide stuff would work.
  2. Ajax without page refresh has been removed since many users complained about that.
  3. Deimos redid cipher using elliptic curve cartography, and now v5 is way faster AND can put 3 whole coordinates in there, no more genx and y. Which means shorter URLs and way faster page loading than on current Demonoid.

New features:

  1. Fixed navigation; when scrolling a page, there will be a smaller navigation bar with all the stuff.
  2. New page layout.
  3. The search function now has a popup box for advanced searching via javascript.
  4. Fully integrated forums stylized in d5 layout which uses the demon's database. Meaning one account for forums + site.
  5. Animated CSS3 buttons.


  1. Finishing torrents details layout. (Torrent stats, similar torrents, etc.)
  2. Adding Demonoid's unique font icons
  3. Finishing front-end layout.
  4. Integrating movies/tv shows API.
  5. Simplifying uploading form + jSON API
  6. Finishing responsive mobile layout.


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UTS English Film-maker accused Google of piracy

cs, 2018-05-24 15:50
Google has enraged a leading film-maker by using his footage in a corporate video that later leaked online.

The technology company used material from more than half a dozen of Philip Bloom's films to make a provocative presentation about ways it could exploit users' data in the future.

Mr Bloom makes a living from selling rights to his footage, among other activities.

Google insisted that it took copyright law seriously.

It said that the "thought-experiment" video had been intended to be seen by only a handful of people.

It was made in 2016 by the head of design at X, Google's research and development division.

Google added that the executive had now been reminded about its strict copyright rules.

However, despite being aware of Mr Bloom's claim since last Friday, the technology company declined to say whether it now intended to make a payment.

"My footage is represented online by two major stock-footage companies. And I license it for all sorts of projects and uses, from commercials to broadcast to corporate films," said Mr Bloom.

"A fair amount of my footage has been licensed for internal use only, so to hear Google not state that they will compensate me for its use is very surprising.

"Google via their YouTube platform are pretty strict when it comes to copyright breaches, so this is rather hypocritical of them and most certainly does not set a good example.

"They have used 73 seconds of my footage from seven different videos without permission and they know they are in the wrong... so therefore I expect to hear from them regarding compensation."

Google's parent company, Alphabet, reported a $12.6bn profit in its last financial year.

Slow-mo snow

The corporate video - titled the Selfish Ledger - had already provoked controversy after The Verge news site published a copy of it last week. The website described it as showing an "unsettling vision of Silicon Valley social engineering".

This helped bring its existence to Mr Bloom's attention.

Mr Bloom - a former camera operator for the BBC, Sky and CNN - has a high profile on social media, where he offers film-making tips.

His YouTube channel has more than 168,000 subscribers and may have been the source for at least some of the copied footage, which included slow-motion video of a snowstorm in New York.

One US-based intellectual property expert said Google might find it hard to defend its behaviour, if the matter were to come to court.

"It just looks bad from a PR perspective for a big company that deals with copyrighted material every second of every day not to respect someone else's rights," said Jennifer Van Doren, from the law firm Morning Star.

"Even if the video was for internal use, the film-maker still has the right to stop its use or require payment to prevent it being copyright infringement."

US law does allow a "fair use" defence to permit unlicensed use of video in some circumstances, but Ms Van Doren said it was typically limited to education, news reporting and criticism of the material itself.

Common problem

It is not unusual for the media industry to avoid copyright payments where they are due.

Film editors, for example, commonly use soundtracks lifted from other films without permission until their own scores are ready, and these can sometimes be played to test audiences.

Mr Bloom has previously complained of his footage being "nicked all the time", including one instance when an online reviewer had used his images in a title sequence used for multiple videos.

But Google has long faced accusations of failing to do enough to respect others' intellectual property - whether it be scanning books, presenting others' photos or "enabling piracy".

And Mr Bloom has signalled he intends to chase the matter up in this instance.

"This is a good opportunity for people to realise that you can't just download someone's content from [YouTube] without permission or licensing - even if you own the company like Google do," he said.

Milyen sorozatokat nézel?

cs, 2018-05-24 14:23
Szinte csak amerikai bűnügy sorozatokat nézek. NCIS, Gyilkos elmék, Hawaii Five-P, Esküdt ellenségek, A főnök, Született detektívek és társaik.

UTS English Bit Torrent app The Movie DB.Net still resides in the App Store

cs, 2018-05-24 12:22
Bit Torrent app The Movie DB.Net still resides in the App Store
Bit Torrent client Popcorn Time can be sideloaded on iOS and Android, allowing users to watch pirated movies and television shows as easy as one would watch a title on Netflix. Because of its open source nature, several developers used Popcorn Time's code to build their own apps. One is The Movie DB.Net app, which has been available to iOS users from the App Store since early last month.

According to a Reddit user with the handle of mystic_quiddity, The Movie DB.Net app uses a fork of Popcorn Time's code that he created. Another Reddit user gave The Movie DB.Net thumbs up with his review which said, "This app is the best I've seen. Downloaded a couple movies so far."

Somehow, The Movie DB.Net escaped the eyes of those at Apple charged with vetting App Store content. Heck, it even has been updated three times. However, we have no doubt that once the you know what hits the fan, the app will be toast. So if you have no moral qualms about using Bit Torrent to stream movies and television shows without the proper copyrights, you might want to download the app now before it is taken down by the powers that be at Cupertino. You can find the App Store listing by clicking on this link.

UTS English Fully-Loaded Kodi Box Sellers Receive Hefty Jail Sentences

cs, 2018-05-24 12:22
A court in Wales has handed hefty jail sentences to former partners who ran a business selling fully-loaded Kodi boxes. Michael Jarman and Natalie Forber, who sold more than 1,000 devices over a two year period, pleaded guilty to operating a fraudulent business. Jarmain was jailed for 21 months while Forber, who had no previous convictions, was handed a 16-month suspended sentence.

While users of older peer-to-peer based file-sharing systems have to work relatively hard to obtain content, users of the Kodi media player have things an awful lot easier.

As standard, Kodi is perfectly legal. However, when augmented with third-party add-ons it becomes a media discovery powerhouse, providing most of the content anyone could desire. A system like this can be set up by the user but for many, buying a so-called “fully-loaded” box from a seller is the easier option.

As a result, hundreds – probably thousands – of cottage industries have sprung up to service this hungry market in the UK, with regular people making a business out of setting up and selling such devices. Until three years ago, that’s what Michael Jarman and Natalie Forber of Colwyn Bay, Wales, found themselves doing.

According to reports in local media, Jarman was arrested in January 2015 when police were called to a disturbance at Jarman and Forber’s home. A large number of devices were spotted and an investigation was launched by Trading Standards officers. The pair were later arrested and charged with fraud offenses.

While 37-year-old Jarman pleaded guilty, 36-year-old Forber initially denied the charges and was due to stand trial. However, she later changed her mind and like Jarman, pleaded guilty to participating in a fraudulent business. Forber also pleaded guilty to transferring criminal property by shifting cash from the scheme through various bank accounts.

The pair attended a sentencing hearing before Judge Niclas Parry at Caernarfon Crown Court yesterday. According to local reporter Eryl Crump, the Court heard that the couple had run their business for about two years, selling around 1,000 fully-loaded Kodi-enabled devices for ?100 each via social media.

According to David Birrell for the prosecution, the operation wasn’t particularly sophisticated but it involved Forber programming the devices as well as handling customer service. Forber claimed she was forced into the scheme by Jarman but that claim was rejected by the prosecution.

Between February 2013 and January 2015 the pair banked ?105,000 from the business, money that was transferred between bank accounts in an effort to launder the takings.

Reporting from Court via Twitter, Crump said that Jarman’s defense lawyer accepted that a prison sentence was inevitable for his client but asked for the most lenient sentence possible.

Forber’s lawyer pointed out she had no previous convictions. The mother-of-two broke up with Jarman following her arrest and is now back in work and studying at college.

Sentencing the pair, Judge Niclas Parry described the offenses as a “relatively sophisticated fraud” carried out over a significant period. He jailed Jarman for 21 months and Forber for 16 months, suspended for two years. She must also carry out 200 hours of unpaid work.

The pair will also face a Proceeds of Crime investigation which could see them paying large sums to the state, should any assets be recoverable.

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UTS English Concertos News - Bonus Points + Global freeleech

cs, 2018-05-24 09:57
Dear members,

We have updated our Bonus Points Exchange here.
You are now able to buy 1 invite for 5 BP and the exchange rate for upload credit has been significantly changed to give you more value for your BP.

On a different note, we are announcing a global freeleech from Friday - May 25th from 12 AM GMT until Sunday - May 27th 12 AM GMT. We hope this global freeleech event will allow you to grab any torrents you have bookmarked.

This announcement may be discussed here.

Best regards, 

The staff. - Vidéki szexpartner kereső. Vidéki lányok. Csak valódi képek!