Spanish p2p websites stop linking to infringing content

Friday 7 March 2014 | 11:13 CET | News
Three of Spain's leading file-sharing websites appear to have bowed to rightsholder pressure and agreed to stop linking to infringing content, reports El Mundo. Popular sites SeriesYonkis, Peliculas Yonkis and VideoYonkis, all three run by Murcia-based company Burn Media, have stopped linking to illegal movie downloads as part of negotiations in their legal dispute with Spain's Anti-Piracy Federation (FAP). According to the FAP, Burn Media's attorney offered to close the sites down voluntarily if FAP withdrew the complaint, which dates back to June 2008. The move comes as the Spanish

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