These sites exist to connect people with illegal downloads of intellectual property, a practice that’s estimated to cost the U. Kelley said his company refuses to serve ads to torrent sites and other sites facilitating the distribution of pirated content.
copyright laws, they are laws, and there’s no doubt these sites facilitate illegal behavior, even if they don’t house the content themselves.
He told the Guardian newspaper: “This was by no means my first experience of homophobia.
Of course, digital photography has changed just about everybody's world.
Most were fantastic.” “My smile did not last long as I continued reading.
‘Both should be hanged till death’, ‘absolutely disgusting’ and “don’t blame Isis if they strike them! A further hostile reaction at work from one of my colleagues and another from an old college friend was enough for me to wish I had never done it.” The officer also revealed he was subjected to a violent attack in which he was dragged down an alleyway and severely beaten on his 18th birthday.
“Companies that aren’t taking a stand against this are making a lot of money.” Yahoo’s Right Media, for example, served ads this week on sites including Extra Torrent.com, Torrent Tree.com, and others.
When asked repeatedly about the issue, Yahoo executives declined an interview and did not provide comment by email.