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File-Sharing Giant Bans File-Sharing Citing EU’s Digital Services Act * TorrentFreak

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File-sharing and hosting giant Ulož has announced a radical change to its business model. The Czech site has been under fire for some time and was recently branded a ‘notorious market’ by the MPA. However, Ulož says that an imminent ban on file-sharing in favor of a private, cloud-based storage model, is due to the strict conditions imposed by the EU’s Digital Services Act.

uloz logouloz logoUlož.to is one of the most popular sites in the Czech Republic, built on a reputation of allowing users to share files with each other and those further afield. In common with other sites operating in that field, Ulož has found the road ahead becoming increasingly complicated.

While users are free to share almost any file on Ulož, some inevitably share copyrighted content including music, movies, and TV shows. That has drawn negative attention from rightsholders who have sued the platform again and again. In July this year, one of those actions led to a local court fining the site

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