War: Hackers Strike Hard Against RIAA Ally

Copyright infringement monitors are the latest target of a well-organized, motivated hacking group. The group calling itself the MediaDefender-Defenders (MDD) has, as promised, struck again, this time leaking what appears to be the full, uncompiled source code to anti-piracy watchdog MediaDefender’s toolset. MediaDefender’s software is used internally on behalf of clients like the RIAA and…

15% of P2P network users are spying for authorities

Monday October 01 2007: fifteen percent of the people that are using P2P networks, are spying for the authorities or record and film company representatives like BREIN, MPAA, RIAA, FPFI and more. They are looking for people that share illegal files via the network to collect as much information as they can, so authorities can…

tv-links.co.uk taken offline/down

Back in July this year we reported HERE that tv-links.co.uk was one of the fastest growing websites on the internet blasting it’s way into the Alexa top 500 in a matter of months. This week unfortunately has seen the site being forced offline by officers from Gloucestershire County Council trading standards in conjunction with investigators…

Best TV-Links alternatives list

Looking for TV-links alternatives? Someone was so kind to post it so here is a nice list of the best TV-links alternatives around. SurfTheChannel Highly recommended. Alluc One of the better sites. and all the other TV-links alternatives.. http://tvunderground.org.ru/ http://www.freetvsearch.com http://www.craftytv.com http://www.tvlinkvault.com http://www.freetvsearch.com/ http://www.surfthechannel.com/ http://www.ssupload.com/ http://www.videolemon.com http://movies.nabolister.com http://flickpeek.com http://www.findtvlinks.com/ http://www.shoutwire.com/viewstory/90965/Watch_Any http://www.joost.com/ http://www.ovguide.com/ http://www.watchtvsitcoms.com/simpsons.php http://www15.alluc.org/alluc/ http://www.live-online-tv.com/…

Status update and blog back online!

Now, I just heard that BREIN is not demanded to start a standard procedure within 6 months. They seem to be happy with the decision, although what they really hoped and said is that we are breaching copyrights. So at this point we don’t know if they are planning this procedure at all in the future. If this doesn’t happen, it means we will never have the chance again to change the outcome and therefor ShareConnector should have to remain offline. Unless we go for an appeal, which is exactly what we did since that would be our last chance to make a difference.