Pirate Bay Goes Dark
Pirate Bay is down again.
An Army solider has stepped forward with examples of the government using pirated copies of Windows 7.
New research coming out of Boston's Northeastern University suggests that the strategies of the music and music industry that target the blocking of websites that host copyrighted material is not an effective anti-piracy measure.
Xiang Li stole from Microsoft, Oracle and Agilent Technologies.
Google has dramatically stepped up its efforts to remove links to copyright infringing websites.
It has taken some time, but the Chinese government recently confirmed and guaranteed that state-owned businesses will use only legal software, including operating systems and office suites.
Warner Bros. and Intel subsidiary Digital Content Protection are suing Freedom USA and its CEO Alex Sonis for selling devices that circumvent HDCP.
Student has signed a "deferred prosecution" agreement.
Gabon minister suspends Me.ga domain, with upcoming cloud storage site branded as cyber crime.
Kywan Fisher, who didn't show up in court, was caught through encryption code integrated into movies he originally purchased.
Those caught illegally uploading copyright infringing music and videos face a much lengthier sentence.
UK comes in number two behind United States for downloads.
Google throws up a small barrier for surfers looking for the Pirate Bay.
Virgin Media is the latest to block access to popular file sharing site Newzbin2.
Google is tackling piracy by demoting websites based on the number of takedown notices they receive.
A closed platform like iOS is the only way developers can make money on a mobile platform.
It looks like always-online might be a possibility for Fortnite...
GamersGate is allowing you the ability to download and play games at the expense of watching an ad before you play...
The Pirate Bay says DDos attacks are not the answer.