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  1. Court Forbids Spain's Rojadirecta to Link to Pirated Sports Streams

    6:39 am 6/23/2015

    The site, which the U.S. government couldn't shut down in 2011, is known for offering the Super Bowl, World Series, NBA Championship and all other sports events. Read more

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  2. Guy East, Nigel Sinclair Partner on Royalties Venture Lasso

    1:34 am 6/19/2015

    The veteran producers and former Exclusive Media co-chairmen join an online video group and a collection outfit on the project, which aims to be a one-stop shop for online rights management.Read more

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  3. Spanish Police Arrest Man They Call "One of the Most Active" Pirates

    5:53 am 6/5/2015

    He is said to have personally caused more than $1 million in losses for the film industry.Read more

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  4. Sweden, Isle of Man Move to Revoke Domain Names in Battle Against File-Sharing Sites

    4:43 am 4/24/2015

    The Isle of Man has knocked filesharing site KickassTorrents off its Internet registry, and Sweden could soon do the same for The Pirate Bay. Read more

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  5. 'Dallas Buyers Club' Producers Win Piracy Test Case in Australia

    1:44 am 4/7/2015

    Owners of the Oscar-winning drama claim 4,700 Australians have illegally downloaded the film online.Read more

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  6. Spain Hits New High in Piracy, Study Says

    10:09 am 3/11/2015

    Figures include illegally downloaded series and soccer matches for first time.Read more

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  7. 'Wolf of Wall Street,' 'Frozen' Top List of 2014's Most Pirated Films

    1:23 pm 12/28/2014

    The year's biggest film, 'Guardians of the Galaxy,' was nowhere to be seen among the 20 most pirated titlesRead more

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  8. Hackers Release Swedish Government Email Details in Pirate Bay Retaliation

    2:48 am 12/15/2014

    Swedish authorities seized servers used by the file sharing site in a raid last weekRead more

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  9. Google News to Leave Spain

    5:23 am 12/12/2014

    Spain will change its Intellectual Property Law next year to force Internet companies to pay publishers for aggregating their articles onlineRead more

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  10. The Pirate Bay Remains Offline After Raid

    2:20 am 12/10/2014

    Swedish police carried out another raid on the notorious file-sharing site, claiming copyright violationsRead more

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