Six Strikes Piracy Scheme May Be Dead But Those Warnings Keep on Coming

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The so-called six-strikes anti-piracy scheme in the United States may be dead but file-sharers should be aware that they're still being monitored. Over the past several weeks there have been increasing reports of people receiving multiple copyright notices from various ISPs, something which puts accounts at risk.

‘China Should Crack Down on Pirate Streaming Box Distributors’

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The MPAA, RIAA and other entertainment industry groups wants China to step up its game when it comes to copyright enforcement. While significant progress has been made in recent years, new threats regularly emerge. One key issue that's highlighted is pirate streaming boxes, many of which are sold from China.

PS4 Piracy Now Exists – If Gamers Want to Jump Through Hoops

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Mainstream piracy on the current generation of gaming consoles is pretty much non-existent, with the PS4 and Xbox One standing firm in the face of determined hackers. Now, however, a flurry of PS4 games including GTA V and Far Cry 4 has hit the web. That being said, it's doubtful that many gamers will jump through the hoops required to play them.

20th Century Fox is Looking for Anti-Piracy Interns

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20th Century Fox is looking for two interns to complement its anti-piracy team. A research analytics intern will be tasked with investigating piracy forums and discovering the latest file-sharing trends, while a JD law intern will help to identify possible targets for legal action. Dream positions for those who aspire to a career in the anti-piracy workforce.

HDClub, Russia’s Leading HD-Only Torrent Site, Returns as EliteHD

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Late last month, Russia's leading HD torrent site HDClub decided to shut down. The site had been online for more than a decade so the news came as a major disappointment to many of its members. This week those same members received some good news. The HDClub user and torrent database are now back online under a new name, EliteHD.