Internet providers have been ordered by the Federal Court to block access to several sites offering illegal movie streaming and file sharing.
Justice John Nicholas has ordered providers including Telstra, TPG, Optus and ii Net to take reasonable steps to disable access to the likes of The Pirate Bay, while Foxtel and film distributor Village Roadshow will have to pay the cost of blocking the sites.
News just reached me that The Pirate Bay has been raided, again. That time, a lot of people went out to protest and rally in the streets. It was sponsored by some sexist company that sent young girls, dressed in almost no clothes, to hand out freebies to potential customers. Er sei kein Fan von dem, was aus The Pirate Bay wurde.
Instead, on that birthday, there was a party in it’s “honour” in Stockholm. […] der finnischen Piratenpartei zur Europawahl, hat gleich nach Bekanntwerden der Schließung gebloggt: Er freue sich über die Schließung.
Everything went against the ideals that I worked for during my time as part of TPB. The original team handed it over to, well, less soul-ish people to say the least. That time, a lot of people went out to protest and rally in the streets. And I’m one of them,’ he writes in his recent blog post. The Helsinki District Court has just ordered him to pay 5,000 to record labels including Sony, Universal, Warner and EMI, after their content was shared illegally via the platform.Content creators and distributors are some of The Pirate Bay’s most vocal critics, describing the platform as a piracy haven that deprives artists of their income. But most of all, I’ve not been a fan of what TPB has become.There was a ticket price to get in, automatically excluding people with no money. Die […] […] der finnischen Piratenpartei zur Europawahl, hat gleich nach Bekanntwerden der Schließung gebloggt: Er freue sich über die Schließung.