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Take-Two Files Copyright Suit to Kill Red Dead Redemption: Damned Enhancement Project

Breaking The first installment of Red Dead Redemption was never officially launched on PC but a developer known as ‘DamnedDev’ hoped to change all that with his ‘Red Dead Redemption: Damned Enhancement Project’. However, after reportedly ignoring Take Two’s warnings to cease-and-desist, he must now deal with a copyright infringement lawsuit. Take Two Interactive’s Red […]

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Mega Now Stores 63.8 Billion Files, Has Suspended 78,000 Users For Copyright Infringement

Breaking Now one of the Internet’s most-visited sites, Mega currently hosts 63.8 billion files but receives relatively few copyright takedown notices, around 317,500 during the first nine months of 2019. Since its 2013 launch, around 78,000 Mega users have been suspended for breaching its repeat infringer policy, which currently sits at “three strikes”. From a […]

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DISH Files $10m Copyright Infringement Lawsuit Against Easybox IPTV

After sending hundreds of fruitless cease-and-desist notices to ‘pirate’ IPTV provider Easybox IPTV, DISH Networks has filed a copyright infringement lawsuit against the service in the United States. DISH states that the defendants, which offer both pre-configured devices and separate channel subscriptions, are acting with willful, malicious intent while showing indifference to the rights of […]

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Scribd Files Complaint Against DRM Circumvention Tool

Scribd has filed a complaint targeting a tool that allows users to permanently download books, audiobooks, magazines, and other digital content from its publishing platform. Scribd Downloader does require the user to have a Scribd subscription to operate fully, but the company says the tool breaches the anti-circumvention provisions of the DMCA. Founded in 2007, […]