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The ZAC NRW and the police headquarters Aachen announce: On Wednesday, October 16, 2019, investigators of the police headquarters Aachen and the Dutch and French police on behalf of the located at the prosecutor’s office in Cologne central and Cybercrime NRW (ZAC NRW) several Residential and business properties in the Netherlands, in France and in Germany searched and thereby secured extensive evidence. The investigation is directed against three suspects aged 40, 48 and 54 years. The defendants are alleged to have committed, through the operation of a file-sharing platform, in a large number of cases, to the unlawful exploitation of copyright works. According to current findings, the online portal operated by the accused is the largest filehoster operated in Germany.

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Anti-Piracy

The anti-piracy memorandum signed by rightsholders and major Internet companies in Russia has expired. This means that search engines no longer have to remove allegedly-infringing content from their indexes. Whether they will continue to do so in advance of legislation compelling them to do so now appears reliant on goodwill.

Following intense pressure on local Internet companies, particularly search giant Yandex, last year an important meeting took place at the headquarters of Russian telecom watchdog Roscomnadzor.

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File Sharing

The latest Internet traffic report from Sandvine shows that global file-sharing traffic continues to rise. The same is true for VPN usage, which saw a drastic increase over the past year. According to Sandvine, increased fragmentation among legal video streaming services likely plays an important role in these trends.

Today’s Internet traffic patterns are completely different from those roughly a decade ago.

The most pronounced change in recent years has been the dominance of streaming services, mostly IPTV providers, Netflix, and YouTube.

While streaming remains the key traffic generator on the Internet today, file-sharing traffic is making quite a comeback. The early signs of this trend were already visible last year but new data from the Canadian broadband management company Sandvine show that this was no fluke.

Looking at the global application traffic share, we see that video streaming accounts for 60.6% of all downstream and 22.2% of all upstream traffic.

File-sharing has a very modest downstream market share, at just 4.2%, but it beats streaming when it comes to utilized upload bandwidth, 30.2% worldwide.

The relatively large upstream share makes sense, as that’s part of the nature of file-sharing. What’s more telling, perhaps, is the year-over-year growth numbers.

From 2018 to 2019, the share of file-sharing traffic increased by roughly 50% while the upstream share grew by 35%. Keep in mind that these numbers are relative, so in absolute terms, the traffic increases are even larger, as bandwidth usage continues to increase.

There are some regional differences in this trend. BitTorrent traffic, which is the largest chunk of all file-sharing traffic, has grown mostly in the EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa) and APAC (Asia-Pacific) regions, for example.

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Top of file hosting services - October 2019

This is a Top of file hosting services – October 2019 which are currently active. File hosting services are a particular kind of online file storage; however, various products that are designed for online file storage may not have features or characteristics that others designed for sharing files have.

Cloud storage is becoming more and more popular. Here is an update on all the best file hosting and filesharing websites in october 20019. There have also been many new small individual startups, but those websites seemed too amateur and the newness makes it unreliable if they will be around long enough to be a reliable place to store your files. Therefore, we have included 22 of the best filehost sites.

This year, we added some new metrics which include an easy-to-read bar displaying whether each service has a free account or just a free trial, whether it has an affordable Premium file hosting service, and whether the Premium service allows unlimited uploads. Our metric for whether a service was deemed “affordable” was $8 or less per month for a good Premium plan. If the Premium plan which is under $10 only offers very low storage (like only 500GB at $5, which is very expensive), then we displayed this as not affordable. If it has a Business or Enterprise plan which is ultra-expensive but that is the only way to get unlimited file hosting storage, then you will see it listed as “Unlimited Business Plan” or “Unlimited Enterprise Plan”.

For our rankings we are taking into account the newness of the file hosting website, ease of use in uploading and sharing files, design and quality, speed and stability, and the legitimacy of the provider. For example, even though ShareFile is a relative newcomer to the file hosting scene, it was designed by Citrix, a well known brand, and therefore it has a higher chance of staying in business despite its newness. However, because it is so expensive and has major security issues, it was ranked low on the list. We also included a screenshot of both the home page and the file hosting admin panel.

We hope you enjoy our October – 2019 file hosting rankings! We have done extensive research over many months to discover and discuss this top 20 file hosting website list, including creating and using an account with every single service so that we can reliably tell you about each of these file hosting websites

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What is Takefile.link?

Takefile.link is a cloud storage platform that allows you to store your files and documents in a convenient and secure manner. This platform eliminates the need for physical storage devices allowing internet users to store, share and access file from anywhere at any time using their PC or mobile phones. The best part is that you can now make money by sharing your files and recruiting new members to the Takefile premium account.

Getting Started with Takefile.link Affiliate

Signing up as a Takefile affiliate is very easy. You just need to submit your email address and create a password to open your free account. You will soon be directed to your dashboard as soon as you complete the registration process.

You can then activate your affiliate account for free by going to the “My Account” section. Additionally, you have to choose either to earn per sale premium or to earn per sale of each file before activating the affiliate program. You cannot change your choice later unless you contact support.

How to make money with Takefile.link

As mentioned earlier, Takefile.link offers two ways to make money. These include:

  • Earning on the sale of each file
  • Earning per sale premium

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There is a widely held belief among the partners that it’s impossible to make money off the popular top thematic forums. All they ever do is talk about how there used to be a lot of premium sales and now there is none. MoneyPlatform team conducted a comprehensive analysis of different partners’ work on the forums and provides practical and useful recommendations concerning the way one can profit off of them.

What actually influences the sales? The answer is simple and clear-cut – the content.

Content

This word can cause you pain, but the content you post is the key factor, which influences your sales, that’s a fact!

Let’s take films as a simple example (the same situation is with other types of content). In this case, the content is as follows: the title of your topic, the title of the film, the names actors and actresses, the title of the studio, categories/tags, the description of the film plot.

We conducted a statistical study on the influence of the content on the sales, based on the sales figures for several months.

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