Tag Archives: copyright

Google & Fb Excluded From Aussie Protected Harbor Copyright Amendments

By | December 5, 2017

Due to a supposed drafting error in Australias implementation of the Australia US Free Commerce Settlement (AUSFTA), copyright secure harbor provisions presently solely apply to industrial Web service providers. This implies that whereas native ISPs equivalent to Telstra obtain safety from copyright infringement complaints, companies equivalent to Google, Fb and YouTube face authorized uncertainty. Proposed… Read More »

TorrentFreak Will get Its First YouTube Copyright Declare, And It’s Bull….

By | September 10, 2016

After having covered many YouTube copyright and Content-ID horrors stories, we can now share a personal experience. A few days ago we uploaded the archive of old TorrentFreak TV episodes to YouTube and within hours we received our very first copyright claim. Ironically, it’s from a friend of the site and one of the last people we expected.

Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

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