Anti-piracy group wants Torrents Time to shut down

Anti-piracy group BREIN has sent Torrents Time a demand to “cease and desist the distribution of Torrents Time immediately.”

Torrents Time is a new application which allows users to “click on the torrent and start downloading and playing it easily and in no time.”

Torrent websites like The Pirate Bay have already implemented Torrents Time.

BREIN said that Torrents Time distributes an illegal application that “structurally and systematically facilitates, enables, and participates in the making available of infringing content without the authorization of the respective copyright and neighbouring rights holders”.

Torrents Time hit back, telling BREIN that it denies all the assumptions in their cease and desist letter.

“You are therefore advised to seriously rethink your cease and desist demand and advise my clients that you withdraw your demands,” said Torrents Time’s lawyer.

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