Today entered into force the decision of Moscow city court about the lifetime of a lock on the torrent tracker Rutor.org and 11 resources. While most sites work normally, but during the day the ISPs will block them forever. On Tuesday, January 19, reports TASS.
The Moscow city court ruling about the lifetime of a lock on the torrent tracker rutor.org and an additional 11 sites was made on October 14. In the press release of Roscomnadzor reported that the Supervisory authority has contributed resources to the list of copyright violators and gave them information about the operators to implement the blocking by a domain name.
In addition rutor.org on an ongoing basis will be limited to access to sites bobfilm.net, tushkan.net, dream-film.net, kinokubik.com, kinozal.tv, seedoff.net, kinobolt.ru, torrentor.net, tvserial-online.net, wood-film.ru and kinovo.tv. Also entered into force the decision of Moscow city court about the resource lock bigcinema.tv.
The claim about blocking rutor.org and an additional 11 sites declared LLC “Basileus distribution”. The decision in the Moscow city court took last fall. Closing application bigcinema.tv filed a joint-stock company “Network of television stations” (CTC), the occasion was the appearance of the film “Londongrad”. The application was granted by the court on 9 December.
It first came into legal force the decision on “lifetime” of blocked sites. Earlier the Moscow city court blocked just individual pages with pirated copies of movies or TV series.
The law that made possible to lock a resource at the request of holders, operates in Russia since August 1, 2013. Its extended version entered into force on 1 may 2015.
Soon also should be solved the issue of blocking one of the most popular Russian torrent trackers — rutracker.org. The claim about the eternal resource lock was filed by the national Federation of the music industry.