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Sunday, 7 September 2014

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Thursday, 28 August 2014

Inbetweeners 2 Movie Leaks On The Pirate Bay

“The Inbetweeners 2” became the latest blockbuster film to leak online before leaving theaters this week, a dubious distinction that comes after free, illegal downloads of “The Expendables 3” made their way onto the Pirate Bay and hurt box office revenue.

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“The Inbetweeners 2,” the latest in the British comedy franchise about four awkward friends, first made its way to piracy sites on Tuesday, quickly attracting thousands of downloaders – presumably on both sides of the Atlantic. Unlike “The Expendables 3,” which leaked before it even entered theaters, “The Inbetweeners 2” has been in cinemas for more than three weeks, earning 27.6 million pounds ($45.7 million) in that time.

That total is a 21 percent drop from what the first “Inbetweeners” film earned over the same time span, according to the Guardian, although it’s nearly impossible to determine whether that loss can be attributed on piracy.

Unlike the normally scratchy movie prints that are leaked early, high-definition copies of this film are available online. Such a high quality is an indication that the film was either leaked by a studio employee or a movie theater worker charged with preventing exactly this kind of piracy.


Wednesday, 27 August 2014

Police Believe Finding Pirate Bay Documents Too Expensive

City of London Police have denied a Freedom of Information request for access to correspondence relating to The Pirate Bay. According to the police it would take more than 18 hours to locate the requested information and would therefore cost too much money.

Thanks to the UK’s Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) the public is able to check what the government is up to, and hold it accountable. At least, that’s what it’s intended for.

FOIA requests are a helpful tool for journalists and at TorrentFreak we previously used this right to uncover the scope of City of London Police’s anti-piracy efforts.

There is more to reveal though. It is widely known that the police work in tandem with entertainment industry groups such as FACT and the BPI, so we also attempted to find out what’s being discussed behind closed doors.

Since asking for all information shared between City of London Police and entertainment industry groups might be a bit much, we focused our FOIA request on The Pirate Bay.


Friday, 22 August 2014

ISPs To Face Lawsuits After Failing To Block The Pirate Bay

Following requests from a movie-focused anti-piracy outfit and the IFPI, Austria's largest ISPs were expected to block The Pirate Bay and other 'pirate' sites last week. But after deadlines passed without action, the entertainment groups are now preparing lawsuits to force the ISPs to cooperate.

Following favorable rulings on website-blocking from both the European Court of Justice and the local Supreme Court, at the end of July several Austrian movie companies renewed their mission to have ‘pirate’ sites blocked at the ISP level.

VAP, the anti-piracy association of the Austrian film and video industry, wrote to several local ISPs – UPC, Drei, Tele2 and A1 – demanding a blockade of three domains –, and

Just days later the IFPI signaled its intention to join the fray. In a letter dated August 4 and sent to five local ISPs, the music group set a deadline of less than two weeks for the service providers to block subscriber access to ThePirateBay,se,, and

After the VAP letter came talks between the anti-piracy outfit and the ISPs, but a deadline of August 14 expired last week with no blocking having taken place. While the courts have confirmed that in certain circumstances service providers can be required to block errant sites, it appears that the ISPs don’t want to take action based on mere requests from rightsholders.


Saturday, 16 August 2014

Robin Williams Movie Downloads Have Increased Since His Death

Robin Williams' death has been felt worldwide, with countless tributes dedicated to the beloved actor and comedic legend. On Amazon, Williams' movies have jumped to the top of the best-sellers; six spots atop the list are movies starring Williams, with "Dead Poets Society" ranking No. 1. The same spike can be seen on the illegal side, as Pirate Bay downloads have increased by 49,000 percent, reports TorrentFreak.

On the Pirate Bay's top 100 torrents of the last 48 hours, a "RIP Robin Williams Movie Collection" torrent, featuring 42 films, is in the top 10, currently in eighth place, while "World's Greatest Dad," "One Hour Photo, "Hook," "Bicentennial Man," "Dead Poets Society," "Jack" and "Good Morning Vietnam" are also in the top 100. A "Mork & Mindy" Season 2 is also among the most popular downloads on the Pirate Bay.

On Kickass Torrents, several of Williams' movies, including the 1997 hit "Good Will Hunting," as well as his name, appear among the most popular searches, alongside newer fare such as "Guardians of the Galaxy" and "Transformers: Age of Extinction."


Sunday, 10 August 2014

The Pirate Bay And Other Torrent Sites Now Blocked In Austria

It looks like major torrent Web sites will be blocked in Austria. Five local ISPs have been instructed by IFPI (music industry outfit) to block Web sites like The Pirate Bay, H33t, and 1337x. The instruction is based on the ruling passed by a European Court of Justice.

According to TorrentFreak, a legal battle involving a local ISP, an anti-piracy group from Austria, a European Court of Justice and the Supreme Court ended this July.

The courts ended the case by stating that internet service providers can be forced to block access to Web sites that are into copyright infringement.

Now, IFPI wants the major ISPs in Austria to block various torrent Web sites. The group has written a letter to five ISPs and they have been given two weeks to block access to the following Web sites.


Monday, 4 August 2014

Download The Pirate Bay Torrents On Your Phone

The Pirate Bay, the notorious file-sharing website that has managed to evade international copyright enforcers for more than 10 years, has unveiled a new service that makes it possible for users to download torrent files directly to their phones or other mobile devices.

Dubbed “The Mobile Bay,” the new website is an update for users who have tried to download movies, music, software, video games and other media content on their phones only to have trouble accessing the site, which was designed for desktops. Exact numbers are hard to come by but it’s believed the Pirate Bay attracts millions of page views every day by giving visitors the ability to illegally download copyrighted content quickly and easily.

People still have the option of using the old version, but the Pirate Bay administrators told TorrentFreak “The Mobile Bay,” which was rolled out last week, is highly recommended.