24 Hour Shutdown Threat to Torrent Websites

MPA (The Motion Picture Association), has specifically reached top torrents service providers including Kickass Torrents, The Pirate Bay, Torrentz and many more popular ones. The MPA has issued them a warning of 24 hours to shut down under threat of conceivable legitimate activity.

MPA, the European subdivision of the American MPAA, a group of the 6 biggest film studios, (Warner Bros. Amusement Inc, Universal City Studios LLC, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation, Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc, Paramount Pictures Corporation and Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures), has made another stride in its endeavors to stop illicit data sharing by clients of torrents like Kickass Torrents and The Pirate Bay.

Instead of take the more subsidiary methodology it has been preferring, which includes reaching ISPs who are then coordinated to punish and warn crooks from encroaching search engines and ISP addresses, for example, Google should coordinated to remove postings, the MPA is messaging an extensive number of data sharing website and undermining to “follow all solutions accessible”, which incorporates legitimate activity, on the off chance that they don’t close down the guaranteed illicit activities in 24 hours.

Jan Van Voorn, Vice-president of Global Content Protection at MPA sent emails which include, “This Notice requires you to immediately (within 24 hours) take effective measures to end and prevent further copyright infringement. All opportunities provided by the Website to download, stream or otherwise obtain access to the Entertainment Content should be disabled permanently.”

It doesn’t show up as if the torrent websites are considering the risk important but, as all main torrent and data sharing websites are still up and working, with no indications of any shutdown up and coming. micromkv.com, a small connecting site, which is not reputed or visited frequently, has obviously closed down as a consequence of the notification, however that won’t make even a little mark in the action the MPA is endeavoring to avoid.

The Motion Picture Association has not just made reference to copyright concerns of the real entertainment data share by the torrent websites, additionally to artwork displayed and movie posters used by the torrent websites to indorse the fresh publications on offer.

Ali Raza Ali is a freelance journalist, having 5 years of experience in web journalism and marketing. He contributes to various online publications. With a Master degree, now he combines his passions for writing about internet security and technology for SecurityGladiators. When he is not working, he loves traveling and playing games.
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