Search for Dmca Takedown Laser Brings Down Vimeo Videos With “pixels” In Title on Bing

The Internet didn't really need another reason to hate July's critically panned Columbia Pictures film Pixels, but it got one in the form of a sketchy DMCA takedown. The request comes from a copyright troll, and it's directed at a number of videos hosted on Vimeo. TorrentFreak got the scoop on Saturday by discovering a successful takedown request filed by Entura International, an "anti-piracy" organization acting on Columbia Pictures' behalf.

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  • DMCA takedown laser brings down Vimeo videos with “Pixels” in title [Updated]
    The Internet didn't really need another reason to hate July's critically panned Columbia Pictures film Pixels, but it got one in the form of a sketchy DMCA takedown. The request comes from a copyright ...
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  • Pixels (2015 film)
    The company proceeded to file DMCA takedown notices indiscriminately against several Vimeo videos containing the word "Pixels" in the title, including the 2010 award-winning short film the film is based on, the official film trailer, a 2006 independently produced Cypriot film uploaded by the Independent Museum of Contemporary Art, a 2010 ...
    04/17/2019 - 5:10 pm | View Website
  • Vimeo Copyright Policy on Vimeo
    Vimeo may disclose notices with affected users and third-party databases that collect information about copyright takedown notices. 3. DMCA Counter-Notifications. If you are a Vimeo user who wishes to challenge the removal of materials caused by a DMCA takedown notice, you must file a counter-notification containing the following:
    04/16/2019 - 7:20 pm | View Website
  • DMCA | Ars Technica
    DMCA takedown laser brings down Vimeo videos with “Pixels” in title [Updated] Updated August 10th @ 15:15 EDT (20:15 BST): The affected videos have all been brought back online.
    04/12/2019 - 11:35 pm | View Website
  • Pixels (2015 film)
    "DMCA takedown laser brings down Vimeo videos with "Pixels" in title". Ars Technica. The Internet didn't really need another reason to hate July's critically panned Columbia Pictures film Pixels, but it got one in the form of a sketchy DMCA takedown. The request comes from a copyright troll, and it's directed at a number of videos hosted on Vimeo.
    04/7/2019 - 6:34 pm | View Website
  • Tech Giants Want to Punish DMCA Takedown Abusers
    The CCIA, which represents global tech firms including Google, Facebook and Microsoft, has published an extensive research paper on the future of copyright in the digital landscape. One of the main suggestions is to extent current copyright law, so that senders of wrongful DMCA takedown notices face serious legal consequences.
    04/5/2019 - 4:17 am | View Website
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