Tuesday, 7 April 2009


The Intellectual Property Rights Enforcement Directive (IPRED) obliges Internet service providers to give details of users of their services who are infringing intellectual property rights. Hot from their court success in the last suit brought against them, The Piratebay has announced that they are introducing a service called IPREDator, which avoids storage of any identifying details of the users - see the IPREDator website - so if copyright owners come sniffing around, they are going to be told there's nothing for them. Brilliant! That will be the next thing for the copyright industries to attack.

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