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April 26, 2019 06:16

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11 domains affected by Donuts’ “trusted notifier” deal with MPAA

First year results in 11 actions against websites and domain names. Donuts released statistics today about the first year of its “trusted notifier” arrangement with the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA). The arrangement allows the MPAA to notify Donuts of domain names that have “clear evidence of pervasive copyright infringement” and Donuts may address […]

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Radix joins the Hollywood content police

Radix has become the second major gTLD registry to announce a content policing deal with the movie industry. It today said it has signed an agreement with the Motion Picture Association of America similar to the one Donuts announced in February. Like Donuts, Radix will treat the MPAA as a “trusted notifier” for the purposes […]

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Donuts makes Hollywood content policing deal

Donuts has made a deal with the American movie industry that will make it easier to take down piracy domains. The Motion Picture Association of America has been given a “Trusted Notifier” status, and the two companies have agreed upon a domain take-down framework. The agreement targets “large-scale pirate websites”, Donuts said. It’s the first […]

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Donuts signs piracy deal with MPAA

Agreement says Donuts will investigate piracy claims as a last resort. New top level domain name company Donuts has inked a deal with Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) in which Donuts will investigate cases of large-scale piracy on the domain names it operates. The deal isn’t a rapid takedown sort of agreement. It only […]

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Torrent legend IsoHunt shuts down after $110 million dollar settlement with MPAA

Today, an era in torrents is ending. IsoHunt, probably the second biggest global torrent web site in the world after The Pirate Bay, is shutting down today – days ahead of an one-week deadline. After reaching a settlement with MPAA, Gary Fung, owner of IsoHunt announced the shutting down of “Initiating Self Destruct – […]

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