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The Pirate Bay Co-Founder Sues Music Industry For Defamation

The Pirate Bay’s co-founder Peter Sunde is taking an ironic stance. He recently tweeted his intention to sue many major music labels for defamation, even though the site legally owes them for damages incurred due to copyright infringement. Show More Summary

Foxtel wants Pirate Bay blocked in Australia but doesn't want to pay for it

Australian cable company Foxtel and Roadshow Films want sites that allow Australians to pirate films and TV shows blocked, but they'd rather not pay for it. Passed in 2015, the Copyright Amendment (Online Infringement) Bill allows copyright holders to apply for an injunction in Federal Court to have sites that facilitate piracy blocked in Australia. Show More Summary

Studios & ISPs Clash Over Aussie Pirate Bay Blockade

The Pirate Bay and other leading torrent sites will be eventually blocked in Australia but the mechanics are far from decided. This week rightsholders and ISPs have been in court fighting over the details. Predictably they're poles apart, and still arguing over who will pay. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

Pirate Bay Blockade Lifted By Austrian Court

The Court of Appeal in Austria has lifted an order which forced local ISPs to block The Pirate Bay,,, and the long-defunct In response, rightsholders have made fresh calls for ISPs to block a range of popular movie and TV show streaming sites. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

Court struggles to define 'online location' in Australia's first site blocking case

Sites like Pirate Bay are one step closer to being blocked in Australia, just as soon as anyone can figure out the meaning of "online location." In Sydney Thursday, the court heard arguments from Foxtel and Roadshow as part of their bid to have Solar Movie, Pirate Bay, Torrentz, TorrentHound and IsoHunt blocked for Australian Internet users. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Plans to Sue Music Industry After He’s Ordered to Pay for Copyright Infringement - P2CanPlayatThatGame.

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Peter Sunde, a Pirate Bay co-founder who hasn't really had anything to do with the Torrent search site in about a decade, was recently ordered to pay Sony Music Entertainment, Universal Music, Warner Music, and EMI $395,000 because of music shared on the site. Sunde's not having it, though, and he plans to sue them for defamation. Welcome to 2016.

The cofounder of The Pirate Bay is suing the same record labels that sued him

The Pirate Bay's cofounders have faced their fair share of fire, and now one of them is returning it. Each of the three founders has been to prison at some point, and now multiple record labels demanding money from co-founder Peter Sunde...Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Founder Will Sue the Recording Industry For a Change

Last week the Helsinki District Court decided that Peter Sunde, one of the co-founders of file-sharing portal The Pirate Bay, owes quite a bit of money to the music industry. Specifically, he owes a coalition of Sony Music Entertainment, EMI, Universal Music, and Warner Music $400,000, as reported by Torrent Freak. His response? No, fuck you. Read more...

Pirate Bay Co-Founder to Sue Record Labels For Defamation

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde is firing back at several major record labels, demanding compensation for damaging his name. Sunde is preparing a lawsuit against the music labels, who were recently awarded damages for his involvement with the notorious pirate site. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

Why KickassTorrents Is The King Of The Pirate Sites

As another season of Game of Thrones approaches its finale, legit streaming services have failed to slake our thirst for piracy –– with KickassTorrents becoming one of the world’s most popular websites. While The Pirate Bay tends toShow More Summary

REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

In our weekly glance back at music industry news, we revisit the Grammy's announcement of key rules changes, the co-founder of Pirate Bay's order to shell out for record labels, Twitter's latest Soundcloud investment, and more. Grammys Announce Key Rule Changes, 2016 Dates And Deadlines [FULL TEXT OF ANNOUNCEMENT] Pirate...

Pirate Bay Domain Dispute Appealed to Supreme Court

Last month the Swedish Court of Appeal ruled that two of the Pirate Bay's oldest domains will be forfeited to the Swedish state. However, Pirate Bay co-founder Fredrik Neij is dissatisfied with the result and has now filed a further appeal. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Ordered To Pay Record Labels $395,000

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Zunde and his cohorts have been on the losing end of several major lawsuits. This latest was brought by a consortium of major labels. Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Zunde has been ordered to pay a group of record labels $395,000 for enabling piracy. The action was...

Pirate Bay Co-Founder Must Pay Record Labels $395,000

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde may have thought he'd left the notorious site behind, but the legal system has other plans. The Helsinki District Court has just ordered him to pay $395,000 to record labels including Sony, Universal,...Show More Summary

Torrent Site Pirate Bay Might Be Taken Down – Latest News Updates

The return of Pirate Bay to its original domain has been causing problems for the popular torrent site.

RIAA Demands Takedown Of, EasyDNS Refuses

Following the The Pirate Bay's return to its domain, the RIAA has demanded that the popular search engine be once again taken down, a request complicated by the fact that there doesn't seem to be much legal precedent to do so. _____________________________ Guest Post by Mike Masnick on...

RIAA Fails to Take Down Pirate Bay Domain, For Now

The RIAA has sent a formal letter to the Public Interest Registry, asking it to suspend Pirate Bay's.ORG domain. The registry hasn't complied with the request but has forwarded it to Pirate Bay's registrar EasyDNS who insist the domain will stay up. Show More Summary

Copyright Group: Hypocrite .ORG Registry Should Ban The Pirate Bay

A coalition of prominent copyright holders including Disney, 20th Century Fox, NBC Universal and Viacom are pressuring the U.S. based.ORG domain registry to take action against The Pirate Bay. The Copyright Alliance is shocked that the registry allows the notorious torrent site to operate freely and wants the domain name offline. Show More Summary

AM BRIEFING: YouTube vs. Tube Ninja • Katy Perry Twitter Hacked • Pirate Bay Turns 10 • Pandora Stock Jumps • More

TUESDAY 5.31.16 Music Business News From Around The Web Illegal downloads from streaming sites is a big problem and YouTube is taking overdue action to stop it. Updated continuously under our More News

10 Years Ago Hollywood Awoke The Pirate Bay ‘Beast’

Ten years ago today The Pirate Bay was raided by the Swedish police. While the entertainment industries hoped that this would shut the site down once and for all, they inadvertently helped to create one of the most resilient websites on the Internet. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.

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