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  1. 16 November - 23 November: Global FreeLeech. Take what you like and want and seed it to gain FLCoins. 23 November - 30 November: Black Friday mode will be active in our Shop.
  2. Tracker's Name: PrivateHD (Open for application signup) Genre: HD Sign-up Link: https://privatehd.to/auth/apply Closing date: Soon! Additional information: PrivateHD is a Private Torrent Tracker for HD Movies / TV Releases. Note: The site is open for application signup Minimum Requirements At least one of your profiles must meet the following requirements: 1) 500 GB uploadRatio of 1.0 or greater 2) Account older than 3 months 2) Show you are seeding on your profile proof ***screenshot Screenshots MUST be uncropped*** Regards, sam1256!
  3. Tracker's Name: NulledForums (NF) Genre: Other Sign-up Link: Main: https://www.nulledforums.org/member.php?action=register Closing date: Very soon! Additional information: NulledForums (NF) is a forum for web development resources, Website design, Cracked softwares, Leaks, Nulled themes, Plugins, Tutorials, JavaScript and more. Regards, sam1256!
  4. Tracker's Name: Techbangla Genre: General Sign-up Link: https://techbangla.wtf/register/null Closing date: Open for 2 weeks. Additional information: Techbangla is an Indian Private Torrent Tracker for Movies / TV / General Releases. Regards, sam1256!
  5. Name: BitGamer (BG) Genre: Games signup: https://bitgamer.ch/signup.php closing: soon! additional information: BitGamer is a really easy tracker to handle and go about. It has a wealth of variety from PC to consoles, with an easy to use interface and decent speeds, this is a great tracker for gamers(especially starters). Regards, sam1256!
  6. Tracker's Name: RareShare Genre: TV Sign-up Link: http://rareshare.me/signup.php?agree=yes&invitehash= Closing date: N/A Additional information: RareShare is a british Tracker for TV / RADIO Regards, sam1256!
  7. Tracker's Name: Blues-Brothers Genre: General Sign-up Link: http://blues-brothers.biz/signup.php Additional information: Blues-Brothers is a Private Torrent Tracker for 0-Day / General Releases Regards, sam1256!
  8. In a week which began with warnings from YouTube about the potential negative effects of the EU's Article 13 proposals, an interesting development is being reported by Julia Reda, MEP for the Pirate Party. The vice chair of the Greens/EFA group reports that YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has visited Strasbourg and now appears to be lobbying in favor of upload filters.  As the heated debate over the EU’s controversial Article 13 proposals continues, YouTube is becoming ever more vocal. Relatively silent in the run-up to the September vote which saw the European Parliament vote in favor of proposals put forward by Axel Voss’ EPP group, YouTube now seems very concerned over the possibility of being held liable for infringing content uploaded to its platform. “While we support the goals of article 13, the European Parliament’s current proposal will create unintended consequences that will have a profound impact on the livelihoods of hundreds of thousands of people,” Wojcicki wrote in blog post earlier this week. Wojcicki’s statement carried a stark warning that liability for YouTube under Article 13 could force the platform to block content from EU citizens. No company could take on such a financial risk, she said. Thus far, the Article 13 debate has been polarized, with the entertainment industries hugely in favor and companies like YouTube and pro-Internet freedom groups strongly against. Now, however, a new development has created an interesting split in the ranks, with Julia Reda, MEP for the Pirate Party, warning that YouTube is now lobbying in favor of upload filters. As detailed in a release from Reda’s office this morning, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has made a number of statements in recent weeks that indicate that the video hosting platform is in favor of pre-filtering content before it’s made available to the public. Of course, Google has its ContentID filtering system already in place, meaning that it would be in pole position to further dominate the video hosting space, if the filtering option is adopted by the EU. “The fact that Youtube is now publicly lobbying for mandatory upload filters is not surprising in the least. By introducing ContentID, YouTube has already proven that is is very much capable of developing filters for certain types of content, such as music,” Reda explains. “If the entire market was obliged to install such filters, YouTube would not only be miles ahead in of its competitors in the development of such technologies, it would also be in a position to sell its filters to smaller platforms. Large platforms such as YouTube would grow further and be presented with an entirely new business model. The significantly smaller EU competition would be left behind.” In common with many activists, Reda is passionately against the idea of content being filtered. The MEP points to numerous failures of YouTube’s ContentID system that have led to entirely legal content being blocked or deleted from the platform. Reda also warns of a slippery slope where filtering leads to other unintended consequences, such as the stifling of copyright exceptions including parody or quotation. During October, Wojcicki posted on the company’s blog, warning that Article 13 could “drastically change the Internet.” The piece was effectively a rallying cry to millions of YouTube creators, who were urged to take to social media to protest the proposed legislation. Now, however, Reda is warning YouTubers against taking YouTube’s stance as their own, noting that its CEO has been in Strasbourg lobbying in favor of upload filters and is only interested in avoiding legal liability. “The fear of many YouTubers that internet culture and independent creatives will be sacrificed in this reform is certainly justified. They should however not make the mistake of singing from YouTube’s hymn sheet, whose CEO has only been outspoken against the liability of platforms for copyright infringements, while presenting mandatory upload filters as a reasonable compromise,” Reda says. “If you look more closely at the countless videos, it’s apparent that most YouTubers are warning of the exact problems that YouTube’s ContentID upload filters are already causing today: unjustified copyright strikes and the automated deletion of entirely legal creative content. YouTube and its YouTubers have very different interests in this debate.” The fact that Julia Reda is now speaking out so clearly against YouTube is likely to prove somewhat of a conundrum to the music industry critics who have been regularly attacking her on Twitter. While she has risen above many embarrassingly childish accusations, some have claimed – without any evidence – that she’s somehow shilling for YouTube-owner Google in respect of Article 13. Clearly, the battle lines in this war aren’t so easily drawn.
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  10. Upcoming mass deletion of unseeded torrents When we came back from the dead more than a year ago, we stopped deleting torrents in hopes seeders would come back to most of them. In the end, about 60% of torrents got seeded. At this point the odds that any remaining unseeded torrents will come back is very remote, and we are going to delete all of them at the end of the month. So, if you can help seed stuff that is currently not (maybe some recent torrents that have gone unseeded?) please do, but we only are waiting another two weeks.
  11. Staff will be disabling and deleting accounts that are inactive or have excessive Hit n Runs.Once it's done you will have to apply as a new user to return.We have way too many members who haven't logged in and snatched torrents for years.If you are one of them you had better read and follow the sites rules or you won't be here.Consider this your official notice!!!
  12. Improvements & New options addedGreetings everyone, We are glad to announce that now we have a few new options and things for you all 1) Top Uploader: Now you can see all time top uploader list on homepage. 2) Top Upload in last 30 Days: Second part will show you top uploaders of last 30 days. 3) New Login Page: A more Attractive rotating login page.
  13. Tracker's Name: MilitaryZone.info Genre: e-Learning Sign-up Link: http://www.militaryzone.info/forum/index.php?action=register Closing date: N/A Additional information: Militaryzone.info opened their registration. Spoke with Mod there and they said it would be open for a while so anyone looking to get in ,now is the time. The owner doesnt open up very often.He also said that sign-ups must be using a valid email and their user names must be normal. i.e. not looking generic like Russian Spam bots. I dont know what exactly that means but just passing the info on.Great site for anyone interested in military research. Tons of info on armor, aircraft etc. etc. military kinda stuff. lol Regards, sam1256!
  14. Tracker's Name: CGPeers Genre: Other Sign-up Link: https://www.cgpeers.to/register.php Closing date: Open for about 48 hours. Regards, sam1256!
  15. Notice about the official entry of the MiBR re-encoding team of HDBits! ! ! Recently, the encoding group of HDBits named MiBR was officially established HDSky. MiBR, as the internal group of HDB, is a top-notch encoding group founded by the Brazilian, whose quality is no less than that of DON, TayTo and other internal groups. This entry is not only a supplement to the HDSky encode team, but also can give members more high quality of encoding works, it can be said to kill two birds with one stone. Hope everyone to support!