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DISH to Subpoena Google, Facebook, PayPal & Twitter to Identify ‘Pirate’ IPTV Operators

Back in August, DISH Networks filed a $10 million lawsuit against IPTV provider Easybox IPTV. The broadcasting company has now been given permission by the court to identify the IPTV service’s currently-unknown operators, using information held by some the world’s largest Internet companies – and more. DISH Networks’ efforts to disrupt, take down, or obtain […]

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.To Registry Must Identify Owner of Fmovies and Other ‘Pirate’ Domains

Movie company Millennium Films is increasing the pressure on several ‘pirate’ sites. To protect the rights to its film “London Has Fallen,” Millennium obtained a subpoena requiring the .To registry to hand over information it has on the owners of streaming sites FMovies.to, Yesmovies.to and Cmovieshd.to, as well as torrent site iBit.to. Millennium Films is […]

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Dutch Filmworks Continues Quest to Identify Alleged Pirates

Film distribution company Dutch FilmWorks is continuing its legal battle to identify BitTorrent pirates. The company is appealing the case against Internet provider Ziggo, where it requested the personal details connected to 377 IP-addresses. Even if the account holders themselves are not pirates they do have a responsibility for what happens on their connections, Dutch […]

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Major US Sports Leagues Identify Foreign Pirate Streaming Threats

The Sports Coalition, which includes prominent leagues such as the NBA, NFL, and MLB, has shared its concerns over sports piracy with the US Government. The coalition identifies various threats abroad, including many streaming services and the Dutch hosting company Leaseweb. The Saudi Arabian service “beoutQ,” which is also highlighted by many other rightsholders, is […]