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Mrsko mi je da prevodim, pa evo u originalu:

'Operation Site Down’ Attacks Organized Piracy Networks In 10 Countries

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales, Acting Assistant Attorney General John C. Richter of the Criminal Division and FBI Cyber Division Assistant Director Louis M. Reigel today announced another far-reaching and aggressive international enforcement action against criminal organizations involved in the illegal online distribution of copyrighted material.

Beginning yesterday morning, the FBI and law enforcement from 10 other countries conducted over 90 searches worldwide as part of “Operation Site Down,” designed to disrupt and dismantle many of the leading criminal organizations that illegally distribute and trade in copyrighted software, movies, music, and games on the Internet.

“By dismantling these networks, the Department is striking at the top of the copyright piracy supply chain - a distribution chain that provides the vast majority of the illegal digital content now available online,” said Attorney General Gonzales. “And by penetrating this illegal world of high-technology and intellectual property theft, we have shown that law enforcement can and will find - and we will prosecute - those who try to use the Internet to create piracy networks beyond the reach of law enforcement.”

Operation Site Down is the culmination of three separate undercover investigations conducted by the FBI. In the past 24 hours, more than 70 searches were executed in the United States, and more than 20 overseas. Four individuals were arrested in the United States, and searches and/or arrests occurred in the following 10 countries: Canada, Israel, France, Belgium, Denmark, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal and Australia. At least eight major online distribution sites were dismantled, preventing tens of millions of further losses to the content industry. More than 120 leading members of the organized online piracy underground were identified by the investigation to date, and as the investigations continue, additional targets will be identified and pursued.

“The theft of this property strikes at the heart of America’s economy,” said FBI Assistant Director Louis M. Reigel. “It deprives many Americans and others around the globe of their right to be paid for their labor and enjoy the value of their hard work.”

In addition to attacking piracy globally, Operation Site Down struck at all facets of the illegal software, game, movie, and music trade online, which is commonly referred to as the "zabranjeno scene." The investigations focused on individuals and organizations that were the “first-providers” of copyrighted works to the zabranjeno underground - the so-called “release” groups that operated as the original sources for a majority of the pirated works distributed and downloaded via the Internet. Once a zabranjeno release group prepares a stolen work for distribution, the material is distributed in minutes to secure, top-level zabranjeno servers throughout the world. From there, within a matter of hours, the pirated works are distributed globally, filtering down to peer-to-peer and other public file sharing networks accessible to anyone with Internet access.

The release groups targeted by Site Down specialize in the distribution of all types of pirated works including utility and application software, movies, music, and games. Among the zabranjeno groups hit yesterday are: RiSCISO, Myth, TDA, LND, Goodfellaz, Hoodlum, Vengeance, Centropy, Wasted Time, Paranoid, Corrupt, Gamerz, AdmitONE, Hellbound, KGS, BBX, KHG, NOX, NFR, CDZ, TUN, and BHP. These groups alone are allegedly responsible for stealing, razbijacing and distributing hundreds of well-known titles, such as Autodesk’s Autocad 2006, Adobe’s Photoshop, and the movies “Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith” and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith.” Operation Site Down is expected to dismantle many of these international zabranjeno syndicates and significantly disrupt the illicit operations of others.

Conservative estimates of the value of pirated works seized in yesterday’s action exceed $50 million, which is only a fraction of the losses attributable to the online distribution hubs also seized in this operation. Top-level release groups like those targeted in the operation are primary suppliers to the for-profit criminal distribution networks that cost the copyright industry billions of dollars each year. Illegal zabranjeno copies of titles such as Autocad 2006 and “Mr. and Mrs. Smith” are easily and cheaply converted to optical discs and distributed throughout the world from factories in Asia and elsewhere. Spammers regularly advertise cheap software that can be downloaded from websites or shipped from overseas, usually bearing the signature mark of the zabranjeno group that released it.

Operation Site Down comprises three separate FBI undercover investigations run by the FBI field divisions in Charlotte, North Carolina; Chicago, Illinois; and San Francisco, California. The U.S. Attorney’s Offices in San Francisco, Charlotte and Chicago assisted in the investigations and a majority of the domestic targets will be prosecuted in those districts. The Justice Department’s Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section also assisted in the investigations and led the coordination of foreign enforcement actions in 10 countries.

Operation Site Down is the latest in a series of actions taken by the Department of Justice to razbijac down on illegal online piracy. In the past four years, beginning with Operation Buccaneer in 2001 through Operation Fastlink in 2004, the Department has prosecuted a number of international investigations into these top piracy organizations.

Furthermore, President Bush signed a new law last month setting tough penalties of up to 10 years in prison for anyone caught distributing a movie or song before its commercial release.

On a positive note the author can confirm that some of the groups targeted (f. ex. Vengeance, Centropy and Myth) - though hit to some extent - are still out there and alive.

Izvori:
Yahoo news - http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/internet_piracy
U.S. Department of Justice - http://www.usdoj.gov/opa/pr/2005/June/05_crm_353.htm



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Cim su oni to tako objavili na sva zvona, nema od toga nista... Nisu ni hakeri i piratu tupavi pa da cekaju da ih pohvataju... Odavno je to otperjalo... Nikada se nece zaustaviti piraterija, a kamoli hakeri, o tome mogu samo da sanjaju...

Hack da system!!! Very Happy



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prvo kada sam pročitao naslov pomislio sam da je neki fazon, kada ono neki ozbiljan text...

Na kraju sam zaključio da je stvarno fazon Laughing

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Hackere nije moguće zaustaviti operacijom: 'Operation Site Down’ !

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FBI y miss d point .. again .. Smile .. but y still are my inspiraton .. c y .. aroun d wt c c c c Bebee Dol

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wooow Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy odakle ti ovo...

Upravu si kad kazes,da ih niko ne moze zaustaviti preko noci...Oni su kao neki pokret otpora...stalno ih ima i stalno ce ih biti Wink

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Imas linkove na dnu, odatle mi Smile
Naravno da ih niko ne moze zaustaviti, ali kao sto vidis mogu da ih uspore... Jedino sto mi se ne svidja je sto sam pricao sa ortakom iz HOODLUMa(Pise se sve velikim slovima, ono gore je greska...) i rekao je da su im pokupili sve racunare (oko 60ak), da ih ceka sudski proces, i iz razgovora sa advokatom je saznao da ga ceka do 5 godina iza resetaka +20 godina uslovno, i novcana kazna od oko 150000 evra. Ne svidja mi se zato sto kriminalci idu po ulici, ubijaju, i ako ih uhvate, dobiju 30 godina, i nikakvu novcanu kaznu... Pa ti rezi diskove Smile

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