EU Court of Justice Ruled against UK TV Streaming Site The largest British broadcasters won their case against the streaming service TVCatchup: the latter relied on the law that was drawn up to promote the development of cable infrastructure many years ago, but the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that it did not High School Earned $24m on Snapchat Investment The parents of pupils at Saint Francis high school have recently received an unusual letter telling them the school had earned at least $24m from a $15,000 investment in messaging app Snapchat German Court Held Father Liable for Failure to Warn Son about Piracy The court has decided that a man must be held responsible for a pirate audiobook downloaded by his 11-year old son. Despite the father telling the child to only use the computer for school purposes and not to download any other things, the court decided that it wasn’t a proper anti-piracy education. Advertising on 200 UK Pirate Websites Fell 3 Times The UK police are celebrating another victory in their fight against piracy websites: they managed to deny potential revenue to more than 200 pirate websites. Swedish ISP Blocked TPB but Promised to Oppose Future Blocking Bredbandsbolaget has started restricting its subscribers’ access to The Pirate Bay. However, the provider explains that it was forced to do so and says that it is going to fight any new blocking demands in order to ensure that private players can’t rule which content should be accessible online. At the same time, Polish Court Allowed Extradition of Alleged KickassTorrents Founder to the US A Polish court has just ruled in first instance that the alleged owner of KickassTorrents can be extradited to the US. The ruling regarding a Ukrainian citizen Artyom Vaulin is the first of two in an extradition process, where the United States claim that Vaulin and his co-conspirators have been unlawfully Defendant in MegaUpload Case Facing Extradition One of Kim Dotcom's former colleagues, who were also accused of copyright infringement 5 years ago, is now also facing extradition and complains that his marriage is in trouble after the High Court ruled him eligible to face trial in the US TPB Prosecution Stalled More than 2 years ago, Swedish police seized dozens of servers believed to belong to The Pirate Bay. Although an investigation involving copyright crimes is still ongoing, not much progress has been made – meanwhile, the statute of limitations for several key crimes is expiring. Former Largest Torrent Site Shuts Down For Good Mininova was previously known as the largest BitTorrent website, but now it decided to cease its operations for good. Its forum will shut down next week, and the rest of the site will close its doors a month later. The site operators are proud of the role they played in the file-sharing history, All Oscars 2017 Winners Movies Are Available on ExtraTorrent
The cast and crew of "Moonlight" accept the best picture Oscar during the Academy Awards 2017. The winner was initially announced as "La La Land", but moments later it was revealed that there was a mistake and "Moonlight" had actually won. See full list of Oscar 2017 winners.
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