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Brain settles with uploader Dutch release group DMT
Brein has ensured that a large uploader of the Dutch release group DMT torrents has been removed. The man would have put a total of about 5,000 torrents large file sharing sites. He would have for thousands of euros with the anti-piracy watchdog.
According to Brein men with alias ipod020 was the last active member of DMT, or Dutch Movie Theater are. On Kickass Torrents and The Pirate Bay, he would have placed thousands of torrents, mainly for movies and e-books.
Part of the settlement is that he is a text on his profile had to put stating that illegal uploading and downloading the film industry and costing him a lot of money “. Do not do it I had to arrange with Stichting Brein for thousands of euros.”
DMT is a release group who has been active and focused mainly on Dutch users, and with Dutch subtitles and digital books. Brein claims that investigations are more in the pipeline.
In late November forced Brein an uploader to remove 826 torrents Kickass Torrents. A settlement was hit by two Dutch Popcorn Time developers. In the first case was well suited to an amount, in the second is not.
According to Tim Kuik, director of BREIN, depending on the circumstances of the matter: “When ipod020 involved the first large uploader, he was the aanslingeraar of major damage.” In such cases the cost of Mind, of the procedure and an allowance are settled at the settlement, says Kuik. “By itself from a breach can not get there with a tap from,” he continues. According Kuik, Brein come through ‘old-fashioned detective work “behind the identity of the member of DMT.
Brain is also working on an automated system to identify major uploaders, but that will be active until early 2016. That system looks as the Director in particular to put from which IP address a movie for the first time online, and one of the first times. “We also look to repeat, for example during periods of twelve weeks or three months.” In this system, brain must request the data from providers. In the case Lycos Pessers provides that ISPs here in conditions must meet.Viewing:-138
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