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Pirate Streaming on Facebook is a Seriously Risky Business

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This week it was revealed that a UK man is on the hook for at least £5,000 in settlement fees after his Sky and Facebook accounts were used to live-stream a boxing match. Forget about the supposed risks of using pirate Kodi addons, this is the kind of piracy that the UK public need to steer clear of. While it’s ridiculously easy, it could land people in prison.

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Facebook Rejects 31% of All Piracy Takedown Requests

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Facebook has published data on the number of piracy takedown notices the company receives. During the first half of 2017, the social media giant removed 1.8 million posts or files, following copyright holder requests. Interestingly, the company rejected nearly a third of all requests in their entirety.

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EU Prepares Guidelines to Force Google & Facebook to Police Piracy

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Companies including Google and Facebook could face tougher legislation if they don’t act proactively to remove illegal content from their platforms. That’s according to draft EU guidelines due to be published at the end of the month, which will require service providers to ”significantly step up their actions” to address the problem.

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Online Platforms Should Collaborate to Ban Piracy and Terrorism, Report Suggests

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A new report from the Digital Citizens Alliance, which bundles Internet piracy, hacking, malware, and fake news into one convenient bundle, suggests that platforms like Facebook and YouTube should collaborate to weed out ”bad actors.” In the same way that casinos share information about cheats, Internet platforms should do the same, the report argues.

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Facebook Bans Sale of Piracy-Enabling Products & Devices

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Facebook has updated its Commerce Policy to include a ban on ”products or items” that facilitate or encourage unauthorized access to digital media. The new rule has almost certainly been put in place to stop the further spread of ”fully loaded” set-top devices running modified Kodi and similar software.

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Premier League Asks Google to Take Down Facebook’s Homepage

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The Premier League has sent a rather unfortunate takedown notice to Google. The football organization wants the search engine to take down Facebook’s homepage, claiming that it distributes copyright infringing content. Google has investigated the unusual censorship effort and decided not to take any action in response.

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Russia Wants To Hold Social Networks Liable For Internet Piracy

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A new proposal from the Russian government could see social networks held liable for piracy committed by their users. The Ministry of Culture says that social platforms should be stripped of their status as information intermediaries and held to account when infringing content is made available on their sites if they fail to take appropriate measures to tackle piracy.

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