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Media Fri Jun 23 2017 12:06:15 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- A federal judge in Mexico has suspended the ban on sales and imports of Roku media players, at least temporarily. Roku is happy with the decision and says it will continue to work with entertainment industry stakeholders on a variety of anti-piracy m
For well over a century, Aunt Jemima has been among the most successful and recognizable brands of pancake mix and syrup on grocers' shelves. Starting today, however, it might just get flipped on its head. A new petition, announced this mo
The US Embassy in Costa Rica has threatened to have the country's domain registry shut down unless it suspends The registry says it won't comply without a court order and has written to the ICANN organization to complain about harass
CANNES, France--During a press interview after WPP CEO Martin Sorrell's keynote here with Robert Craft and Ron Howard, the executive responded to Publicis' controversial decision to ban the network's agencies from entering award shows for one year. W
Anil Ambani-led Reliance Communications confirmed in a clarification to BSE that it has put up land assets for sale in order to clear off its... ...
A German Court has ordered Google to stop linking to a takedown notice received by the company. The search engine regularly publishes links to takedown notices to increase transparency, but the court ruled that this can go too far. The case in questi
The Finnish market court has dealt a severe blow to local copyright trolls. In a unanimous ruling, seven judges ruled that the privacy of the alleged BitTorrent pirates outweighs the evidence provided by the filmmakers. While it was clear that copyri
There may not be a traditional media brand that has its podcasting vehicle firing on all cylinders like 46-year-old NPR, which sponsored the Rain Podcast Business Summit in New York on Wednesday. NPR is monetizing the space with ad sales and strategi
Paytm will integrate its payments bank unit into United Payments Interface (UPI), making it the first mobile wallet to have a direct access to the... ...
Bangalore based point of sale (PoS) company Ezetap has acquired FortunePay, which offers banks a platform that allows them to give a mix of digital... ... had raised $500,000 from Unicorn India Ventures, along with angel investments from Venky Krishnakumar, former COO and CFO, Citibank APAC; Suresh Shankar, founder... ...
Mobile payments switch TerraPay has partnered with YES Bank to enable real-time international money transfers to bank accounts in India. YES Bank is targeting the... ...
CANNES, France--A bank in Spain has won the Entertainment Lions Grand Prix at Cannes for a sci-fi thriller short film that questions whether money is more important than experiences. The film, called "Beyond Money," is about a woman who sells her own
MediaRadar is a cloud-based intelligence platform which uses data science to give ad sales advice on millions of brands. The company published a trend report on Tuesday, Vertical Video Market Snapshot: Q1 2017, which analyzed the use of vertical vide
Internet Provider Grande Communications has asked a Texas federal court to dismiss a lawsuit filed by the music group RIAA earlier this year. According to Grande, the Rightscorp notices the RIAA provides as evidence do not prove actual infringement.
Gastronomic title Sabor is back after an 18 month gap with a big bang of an issue. If The Gourmand represents an optimistic and abstract creationism, Sabor offers a colder, more scientific approach to food. Subtitled Spirulina Dreams after the algae
Pinterest is reworking its measurement partnerships a bit, adding a crop of companies that specialize in nitty-gritty tactics that advertisers are increasingly clamoring for, such as sales lift, attribution and audience verification. Six data firms--
Twitter is giving brands another way to help users connect with chatbots and other services as part of its continued efforts to be the go-to platform for customer service and sales. The company is debuting a button that could make it easier to get us
There's a funny wrinkle to this year's Mural Festival in Montreal. The event, currently in its fifth year and running June 8-18, features a gaggle of street artists enlisted to 'democratize urban art.' One artist achieving this objective in spades is
Did you know Facebook allows you to add a short Bio to your profile to help users learn more about you? The Bio can contain up to 101 characters, and it will always be public. Our guide will show you how to add a Bio to your profile from within the F
'Pirate' sites Sci-Hub and LibGen have been ordered to pay millions of dollars in damages to Elsevier, one of the largest academic publishers. A New York District Court granted Elsevier's request for a default judgment of $15 million in damages. Sci-
Three men from the UK have been sentenced after pleading guilty to providing unauthorized access to pirate movies, music, games, and books. The main player, who allegedly made 500,000 over a number of years, was handed a 24 month suspended sentence.
The MPAA and RIAA have made their positions clear in submissions to the North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations. Both want allies Canada and Mexico to commit to tightened copyright law, including restrictions on safe harbor provisions that g
A District Court in Texas has granted a series of subpoenas to Dish Network, aimed at identifying the people behind the TVAddons website and the ZemTV Kodi addon. This allows Dish to request detailed information on associated accounts of the alleged
The BPI has reached yet another landmark after 'piracy' takedowns sent to Google smashed through the 300 million barrier. The music industry group says that it has now sent more than 310 million requests to delist infringing URLs but informs TF that
The top 10 most downloaded movies on BitTorrent are in again. 'Wonder Woman' tops the chart this week, followed by Power Rangers'. 'The Fate of the Furious' completes the top three. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent
The Pirate Bay has provoked more copyright lawsuits and adverse legal rulings than any other Internet platform yet it remains steadfastly online today. Somewhat amazingly, The Pirate Bay has never been seriously affected by any of these processes. Th
In an apparent attempt at self-censorship, the Walt Disney Company has asked Google to remove a copy of its own takedown notices from search results. While the targeted page contains links to Lucasfilm's "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," the request is
At TorrentFreak, we write about website blocking on a weekly basis, but it's not often that we are the target ourselves. This week we are, as major computer security vendor Comodo has decided to block direct access to our site, claiming that we might
This week the world looked on in horror as a huge London tower block burned with residents still inside. Just a day later, a headline in UK tabloid The Sun declared "Kodi Boxes" a fire hazard and a risk to public safety. Was that awful timing? Cautio
Artem Vaulin, the alleged owner of KickassTorrents, is wanted by the US Government. The Ukrainian is currently fighting an extradition request in Poland. But, according to paperwork submitted to an Illinois District Court this week, he's considering
Australian TV broadcaster Ten Network went into voluntary administration this week after major shareholders withdrew a $250 million credit guarantee. Unsurprisingly the blame is being attributed to pirates, who "brought down" the broadcaster after de
The European Court of Justice handed down a ruling against The Pirate Bay yesterday, one which could have implications far beyond the torrent site. Platforms such as Google and YouTube, which play an active role in the way content is presented, could
Some of the "top ISPs" are in "very thorough" discussions with anti-piracy outfit Rightscorp over proposals to hijack the browsers of alleged pirates until a fine is paid. Rightscorp is presenting this as an opportunity for ISPs to avoid being sued a