Fairness Rocks News British High Court Orders ISPs to Block Multiple Stream-Ripping Sites


Fairness Rocks News British High Court Orders ISPs to Block Multiple Stream-Ripping Sites

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Author: Dylan Smith

Date: March 1, 2021

Original Source: Digital Music News

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British High Court Orders ISPs to Block Multiple Stream-Ripping Sites

The British High Court has ordered internet service providers (ISPs) to block four stream-ripping websites – including Russia-based FLVTO.biz, which is also engaged in a years-running courtroom confrontation with the RIAA.
The British Phonographic Industry (BPI) recently announced its legal victory over the stream-ripping websites (singling out giants 2CONV.com and the aforementioned FLVTO.biz, both of which belong to Tofig Kurbanov) and, in a separate case, file-hosting service Nitroflare. Moreover, the former action is one of many suits that the music industry has pursued as of late against prominent stream-ripping platforms, which enable users to download videos’ audio.

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