MPAA releases list of copyright infringing websites.

Posted: December 23, 2011. At: 3:48 PM. This was 6 years ago. Post ID: 2318
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The MPAA have released a lit of websites they say are supporting online piracy, these include the obvious torrent websites, they are also targeting the video streaming websites used to stream copyrighted movies and music. The Rapidshare website has been left out of this list for now, considering the fact that they are wielding more political clout and they will not be targeted this time. The MPAA have a vested interest in taking down these websites, even the Soviet VKontakte website, a Facebook equivalent, is being targeted, apparently the users have been sharing copyrighted files on the website. I would hope that there is a clear definition of which websites are actually infringing copyright and should be taken down and which websites are not. Otherwise, this copyright bill could have alteriour motives.

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