ExtraTorrent - The Largest Bittorent SystemLogin   |   Register
Latest Articles
Most searched
Hot torrents
First Cams
View Torrent Info: Collateral Beauty 2016 SUPER HDCAM UnKnOwN
View Torrent Info: Why Him 2016 HDCAM x264 AC3-CPG
View Torrent Info: Billy Lynns Long Halftime Walk 2016 HDTC UnKnOwN
View Torrent Info: Passengers 2016 HD-TS V.2 x264 AC3-CPG
Hot torrents
XVID DIVX
View Torrent Info: Arrival.2016.DVDScr.XVID.AC3.HQ.Hive-CM8
View Torrent Info: Moonlight.2016.DVDScr.XVID.AC3.HQ.Hive-CM8
View Torrent Info: Fantastic.Beasts.and.Where.to.Find.Them.2016.HC.HDRip.XViD.AC3-ETRG
View Torrent Info: La.La.Land.2016.DVDScr.XVID.AC3.HQ.Hive-CM8
Hot torrents
H264 X264
View Torrent Info: Fantastic.Beasts.and.Where.to.Find.Them.2016.720p.HC.HDRip.x264.AAC-ETRG
View Torrent Info: Mythica.5.The.GodSlayer.2017.720p.WEBRip.x264.AAC-ETRG
View Torrent Info: Go.North.2017.720p WEBRip.x264.AAC-ETRG
View Torrent Info: 100.Streets.2016.720p.WEBRip.x264.AAC-ETRG
Hot torrents
BluRay, 4k UHD
View Torrent Info: Hitch.2005.1080p.BluRay.DTS.x264-ETRG
View Torrent Info: Kill Bill Volume-2 (2004) 1080p Blu-Ray x264 DTSHD 5.1 -DDR
View Torrent Info: Kill Bill Volume-1 (2003) 1080p Blu-Ray x264 DTSHD 5.1 -DDR
View Torrent Info: The.Croods.2013.1080p.BluRay.DTS.x264-ETRG
Hot torrents
Television
View Torrent Info: Sherlock 04 WEBRip x264-FUM[ettv]
View Torrent Info: UFC Fight Night 103 Rodriguez vs Penn HDTV x264-Ebi [TJET]
View Torrent Info: Elementary.S05E12.HDTV.x264-LOL[ettv]
View Torrent Info: Madam.Secretary.S03E12.HDTV.x264-LOL[ettv]
View Torrent Info: 24 (2016) Telugu 720p Untouched WEBHD AVC AAC ESub [DDR]
View Torrent Info: Dear.Zindagi.2016.1080p.WEB-DL.H264.AC3.ESub-DDR
View Torrent Info: Heist (2015) x264 720p UNCUT BluRay Eng Subs {Dual Audio} [Hindi Clean 2.0   English 2.0] Exclusive By DREDD
View Torrent Info: Absolutely Fabulous The Movie (2016) 720p BDRip Hindi DD 5.1Ch - Eng DD 5.1Ch ~ PyZ
30s
Chat
To add new messages please Login or Register for FREE
Warning! Protect Yourself from Lawsuits and Fines!
Your IP Address is 188.72.96.44.   Location is Netherlands
Your IP Address is visible to EVERYONE. Hide your IP ADDRESS with a VPN while torrenting!
ExtraTorrent strongly recommends using Trust.Zone VPN to anonymize your torrenting. It's FREE!

ExtraTorrent > Articles > USTR Released Yearly Notorious Markets Report

USTR Released Yearly Notorious Markets Report

USTR Released Yearly Notorious Markets Report

Added: Tuesday, December 27th, 2016
Category: Bit Torrent Freedom > The Right To Share
Tags:ISP, Download, BitTorrent, MPAA, RIAA, copyright-infringement, file-sharing, Torrenting
The American government agency has issued its yearly list of the largest piracy portals and copyright-infringing venues, calling on foreign governments to take action against popular illegal file-sharing sites like The Pirate Bay. The USTR also described stream-ripping as an emerging threat.

7cdcfab9262d1b5cefc8d08e459f17c3.jpg

The United States Trade Representative issued its yearly “Out-of-Cycle Review of Notorious Markets”, listing several sites alleged of being involved in online piracy and counterfeiting. The reports uses information received from the copyright owners, including RIAA and MPAA. The agency admits that the list does not reflect legal violations and aims to motivate owners and foreign Governments to act against piracy.

Unsurprisingly, The Pirate Bay is listed in the review as one of the primary offenders, continuing to facilitate illegal sharing of copyright content. The USTR stressed the TPB’s resilience and importance as one of the longest-running pirate venues. The report also mentions other prominent torrent sites like Rutorrent, RARBG, 1337x.to and us, of course.

It was the first report where the USTR included a stream ripping service – YouTube-MP3.org, describing it as an “emerging threat”, even though such phenomenon has been around for many years now. The mention follows a report from earlier in 2016, where concerns about stream ripping have also been expressed. It must be said that major music labels have recently filed a lawsuit against the stream ripping service.

Aside from individual websites and services, the agency mentioned some hosting services that “have become piracy havens”, including the Swiss company Private layer for hosting some infringing websites through a legal loophole. The USTR even included Alibaba’s Taobao.com to the list as selling counterfeited products.

Thanks to TorrentFreak for providing the source of the article.

Posted by: 
SaM

Date:  Tuesday, December 27th, 2016



Comments (4) (please add your comment »)

1
posted by (2016-12-27 18:58:17)
BaBaDapper avatarOh let me put that comment back!

"The USTR even included Alibaba’s Taobao.com to the list as selling counterfeited products".

LOL so not eBay? Ah but that would be a US company wouldn't it United States Trade Representative people!?!

2
posted by (2016-12-29 01:12:12)
BARBAZ avatarBaBaDapper

Ebay, lol. Love that point.

How about:
PayPal for facilitating Payment for "dodgy goods"? Money Laundering in the plainest and simplest sense "methinks".......OH NO! another American Owner, who happens to be also bearing the cost for the American Space Programme and it's Future needs (wink wink nudge nudge.....) No-one is coming after PayPal for money laundering in the USA under the current conditions......not a snowball in hells chance!

Amazon too, loads of spurious products on there from China, Singapore et-al.

USTR didn't list GEEK though? Maybe that site's got an "influential USA favoured ownership" too?

Let's face it anyway, they'll ALWAYS be three steps behind the sharers and torrenters.

If they'd all make their sh1t cheaper (downloads) and not try to rip people off and then we'd be happier to pay I guess?

If a movie was pitched online at maybe US$1.00 or £1.00GBP, ( the price of an outdated or second hand DVD from BlockBusters....)
£1.00 GBP per music Album,
15 to 20 "pennies" for a Music Single etc;......and so on.

If the pricing was like that it would mean (I believe) that it is 'more likely tha not' that they would actually get more income 'cos they'd be selling OBSCENE VOLUMES through downloads.

They need to get real....there is NO TRUE "PHYSICAL" goods cost to a Download after the item is put on a server, and the selling site runs the servers anyway.

The whole downloads market needs a form of "devaluation programme", sort of like resetting a currency to align the exchange rate when it has gone tits-up in a single Countrys economy that uses that Currency. It CAN be done, very easily, and I suspect most artists would prefer their fans/buyers to be paying less and get back to selling huge numbers like the 1980's era, but I believe it won't happen until the Artists are able to wrest back control from the Conglomerates. As well as that, Movie producers have to also CHOOSE to work on the economy of scale principal to make a reasonable profit, and they cash-in big time if they make a good movie and not use the current price fixing model which allows them to hedge their bets.
(We may even avoid a lot of sh1te movies that way too with any luck, lol).

My belief is (though I haven't checked this in a little while, to be fair & honest) that if you check out the prices on, for example, an Indian based download service and then compare how much cheaper it is than the cost in the USA and UK or Europe etc; there is a huge price difference.

Just like the Mobile Phone providers already do in developing countries, there is a HUGE real terms cost difference compared to what we pay in our home countries for the Exact Same services on the same infrastructure too. (I wonder if it would even be cheaper to get a mobile service elsewhere and use roaming in your home country? That'd really be something eh..lol)
It is way cheaper in those developing Counties, 'cos the Mobile Operators are smart enough to work on the Economy of Scale principle, and they price point their products in line with a "certain" percentage of the normal unskilled workers wage in any given country/marketplace to ensure they capture the volume in the population and that way they make a ton of money from the economy of scale principal and it gives them a bigger base to sell other products to.

If only the mobile operators could get FULLY into downloads retailing in a very big way, globally, I'd be surprised if it didn't force Prices down and re-align the market to the level it should be.
(If I remember correctly, the US Authorities are sniffing around the merger anouncement for a Content Maker and Mobile Services Operator already, which definitely stinks of a vested interest by some companies to protect the "market Monopolies" of a few conglomerates not wanting downloads prices to drop...)

They wonder why Torrents and File-sharing still flourishes..........pfft! Pretty obvious really?

That's got my "downloads economics and pricing by monopolising Conglomerates" frustration off my chest anyway, lmao.

Thanks USTR

3
posted by (2016-12-29 08:32:32)
roguenarok avatarThis maybe off-topic but I got to ask. Why I can't login in my phone? Everything was okay a couple months back but now I can't login my ET account on my phone. It's getting annoying with all the ads popping up like a housefly flying around your face.

4
posted by (2016-12-29 13:52:19)
lastot069 avatarroguenarok they are trying to block add blockers too, again, and are botching it completely, again!



Articles Search
Most Popular Stories
Articles Categories
Articles Tags
2010   2015   Internet   Piracy      bitcomet   Torrent   ET   Network   ISP   www.ExtraTorrent   BitTorrent   utorrent   extratorrent   Hackers   p2p   2013      Peer To Peer   Google   


Home - Browse Torrents - Upload Torrent - Stat - Forum - FAQ - ExtraTorrent is in compliance with copyrights
Can't load ExtraTorrent? Try our official mirrors: etmirror.com - etproxy.com - extratorrentonline.com - extratorrentlive.com
2006-2017 ExtraTorrent2