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How to Stop Government Agencies from Tracking Your Torrenting The final version of the proposed “three strikes” anti-piracy code for Australian internet service providers (ISPs) has been published recently. Under the Copyright Notice Scheme code (PDF), residential Internet users that are found pirating content will be subject to a series of "escalating" warning notices from rights holders, sent via ISPs. The notices will warn users that they are infringing copyright, and that they will face legal action if they get three strikes recorded against their IP address -- that is, if they receive an Education, Warning and Final notice -- within a 12 month period. If a user gets three warning letters, or "strikes", in a 12-month period, ISPs will help copyright owners identify them for potential legal action after a hearing in a prescribed court. Up to 200,000 notices can be processed and sent each year. An industry code has to be in place by January 1 Protect Yourself with VPN while Torrenting - Save ExtraTorrent! Hi Everyone!
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Australia To Block VPN Services Virtual private networks
(VPN) could be blocked under new copyright and privacy legislation being considered by the Senate in Australia.
VPN users could be blocked by the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill 2015 (PDF)
. The bill is designed to target file sharing and BitTorrent websites like ExtraTorrent, Pirate Bay and other. If bill is passed, it would allow rights holders in Australia ask ISP to block overseas websites that facilitate piracy.
Australians Face 10% Digital Goods Tax, but It Can Be Bypassed with a VPN Added: Wednesday, July 29th, 2015
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Industries Of Records, Gaming, Software, Movies
Tags: Torrents, VPN, BitTorrent, trust.zone, Trust.Zone VPN, Goods and service tax, GST, Australia, Netflix tax, to, Netflix
A new law proposed by the Australian government could make digital online services a lot more expensive for its citizens. The government is considering applying 10% tax to “intangible goods” like web service subscriptions, online music, movie downloads, TV shows (including streaming services such as Netflix) , e-books, digital game downloads like Steam and etc.
UK banned “Popcorn Time” websites, but VPNs bypassed blocking Added: Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
Category: Recent Headlines Involving File Sharing > Ridiculous Criminal Trials
Tags: File Sharing, UK, ET, Torrents, p2p, Torrent, Piracy, Peer To Peer, VPN, Network, Hackers, Internet, BitTorrent, Google, utorrent, bitcomet, extratorrent, www.ExtraTorrent, 2015, trust.zone, Trust.Zone VPN, Popcorn, Popcorn Time, Advertisement, Ads
The Motion Picture Association has recently obtained a High Court order that demands British Internet service providers to block access to 5 websites offering the popular Popcorn Time software. Besides, the ISPs are required to block other torrent and streaming websites.
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