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Brain can detect major uploaders with special software
Brein says that CBP has issued a lawful explanation for the software the foundation major uploaders will detect. The foundation will in the course of the year to further enhance the fight against such uploaders.
The approval of CBP, since January 1 Authority called Personal means that the processing of personal data by the software of Brain is lawful. In some cases, processing the regulator must first issue a statement such regularity. Brain says in its annual report that the software will use this year to address major uploaders. It is not clear exactly how the software works.
The foundation allows the relevant infringers one abstention declaration with penalty clause draw, which means they have to pay a penalty for repeated infringements. The foundation says to claim a compensation for costs and damages from the uploaders. Settlement Amounts were in 2015 to 12,500 euro per infringer, it says in the statement. At the end of the message examines the debate around tackling offending users. This would still remain a private affair.
Brain enables further include know in the past year, 343 sites have been taken offline. Among his own words 63 torrent sites, 150 link farms and 96 streaming sites. Most sites were hosted by Dutch hosting providers. The foundation also reports that some uploaders their IP address would hide behind the services of CloudFlare, but that the company addresses these releases on request.Viewing:-121
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