The end of Torrent era is near. In the coming time Google will stop indexing and ban the torrent links and it would be a hard time for torrent lovers. In January, the UK ISPs was planning to send out the piracy warnings to their customers. The government-backed campaign was introduced to roll out the piracy warning to the users called “Get it right”.

Get It Right” is an educational warning system that is now being implemented by UK ISP’s BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media, NOW TV and PlusNet. It is acting for copyright owners who think that their content is shared on the internet without their permission. If you are using torrent then you are likely to get the piracy warning notice from your ISP.

“The campaign was initiated by the creators of copyrighted material, and supported by the UK’s largest internet service providers, to help people access content from genuine sites, whether it be music, films, books, sports or any other creative material.” says sky

Well, what this warning includes? Recently a pirate bay user has received the warning notice from the Sky (A Leading ISP in UK). Sky is supporting the Get It Right from a Genuine Site initiative. This is a government-backed scheme which aims to support Britain’s creative industry by informing people about legal sources of content, with the aim of reducing the illegal sharing of copyrighted material. By sharing illegally rather than enjoying it from legitimate sources, you aren’t supporting the growth and success of the content you love.

 

Using Torrent? Beware, next can be You

Source: torrentfreak

 

The email above has been redacted to protect the identity of our tipster. The blacked-out areas contain his name, the date in DD/MM/YY format, an alleged time of infringement in the HH:MM format, and a seven-digit reference code for the shared content, which is the TV show Westworld. Keep sharing. Stay tuned to Tech Tunes.

 

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