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Friday, 27 November 2009 11:54

Mininova forced to remove illegal torrents

Written by Fudzilla staff


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site Mininova has been forced to comply with a Dutch court ruling ordering the outfit to remove links to illegal content.

The court concluded that Mininova's notice and take down policy was not sufficient to keep its operation legal, so it resorted to somewhat more draconian mesures. The site was ordered to take down all links except the ones found its 'featured content' service, which are legal.

Mininova said it was considering an appeal against the court order, but that it has no choice other than to take their platform offline, at least for now.

The move might be a small victory for the music and film industry, dozens of similar sites keep operating, and when one is taken down, another one usually takes its place in a matter of days.

More here.

Fudzilla staff

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