An open letter to the Hollywood studios censoring TPB AFK

(Press connect to display the links on your phone, or just don’t watch in fullscreen.)

Thanks Torrentfreak for telling us that Viacom, Fox, Paramount and Lionsgate have been asking Google to remove links that point to TPB AFK.

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6 Responses to An open letter to the Hollywood studios censoring TPB AFK

  1. burnouttx says:

    just remember that these corps will try to drown you in litigious bullshit because it is cheaper than figuring out how to build a better product.

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  3. Johan says:

    Outrages! To assume that tpb related information and links at filestorage sites and bittorrentindexes per definition is illegal (copyright infringing) is wrong and incorrect. That may be why DMCA take-down notices include tpb afk links. But it’s not their copyright holdings exclusivity when it comes to the creative commons licensed film TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard.
    TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard is the wrong film to abuse DMCA take-down notices on, by mistake, false asamptions as well as knowingly and intentionally. Because that film is an important documentary about a controversial subject at least for some. I want to give 4 of 5 scores to TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard because the film is bravely challenges views about the pirate bay and Sweden as well as being an observatory thriller documentary whit social realistic components. To let Per K Kirkegaard edit the film was an excellent choice, a great tribute to that! Before my closing question in this comment I want to attribute Simon Klose and Nonami Film for making this film possible. A many thanks to the other attributed at The Film page at this website. A thanks to all that willingly wanted to participate in this film and its footage. An extra special thanks to Fredrik Neij and Peter Sunde. I have seen the full length film, conce agin a great thanks for this important and well made film.
    Closing question upcoming and as as following:
    A face is blurred in the film in a scene from the talk-show Bert, why is that face blurred?

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