Nintendo Sues RomUniverse for Mass Copyright Infringement

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Nintendo has filed a lawsuit against the alleged operator of the popular pirate site RomUniverse. The game company accuses the site of brazen and mass-scale copyright infringement of its games and hopes to shut it down. RomUniverse, which also offers pirated ebooks and movies, sells paid memberships to those who want unlimited downloads.

Popular Torrent Site MKVCage Faces Lawsuit and Goes Offline

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Popular torrent site MKVCage, which also distributes torrents on other sites, is being sued by the makers of the action film Hellboy. Soon after the lawsuit was filed the site went offline, but for now it's unknown whether the downtime is related to the legal issues.

Nintendo Wins Blocking Injunction Against Four Piracy-Enabling Sites

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Nintendo has booked a significant win against four websites promoting tools that allow protection built into its Switch console to be circumvented. According to a High Court order, five leading UK ISPs must now begin blocking the domains, including those operated by the infamous Team Xecutor.

Cox Attacks ‘Proof’ in Piracy Liability Case, Requests Summary Judgment

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Internet provider Cox Communications has asked a Virginia federal court to rule that it's not liable for pirating customers. The company points out that the evidence, gathered on behalf of the RIAA, is fatally flawed. The music companies., however, disagree and request a summary judgment that will hold Cox liable for the alleged infringements.

Mangamura Uploader Pleads Guilty, Another Denies Charges

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Following the July arrest of the alleged mastermind behind massive 'pirate' manga site Mangamura, former contributors to the site are being rounded up. A man pleaded guilty this morning to uploading copyrighted images to the now-defunct site, while a woman who lived with him denied the same charges.

Premier League Claims Victories with Multi-Faceted Anti-Piracy Approach

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The UK's Premier League has been working very hard to deter piracy over the past year, with success. A new report shows that hundreds of thousands of live streams and video clips were blocked or removed. In addition it's revealed that the League was a key player in the takedown of the popular Soccerstreams subreddit.