A spoof website calls out Spotify for still screwing over artists.
Articles tagged "piracy"
A Spanish man could face up to four years in jail for copyright infringement, without even successfully selling any copies.
A new anti-piracy curriculum proposed for 6th graders is pretty heavy on the propaganda.
It's always great to have numbers to back up our "I told you so's."
A new way to play whack-a-mole with media pirates.
The platform can offer the latest blockbuster or HBO hit on the cheap or even free without having to compensate US rights holders.
Digital copyright protection is so ineffective, the government has managed to break its own law.
The content lobby’s been throwing extra-fierce punches the search giant’s way lately, and today the British government stepped up to join it for a swing.
It appears that a lot of pirates are downloading movies as a matter of convenience
Has Big Media learned nothing from the War or Drugs?
The crackdown just shows how powerful the copyright industry is in Sweden.
Readers are being blocked from the time-honored ritual that comes with reading and sharing physical, printed books.
Giving birth to a shadow industry hasn't hurt the bottom line.
"Even though I'm a candidate for the Pirate Party, I'm not actually a member."
An academic study out this month is a good first whack aimed to chip away at the glaring absence of data on illegal file-sharing.
By revolutionizing how we share stuff, BitTorrent also backed itself into a corner that it now seems desperate to escape from—using the same tools that made it what it is.
The file-sharing site is having a hard time.
Now you BitTorrent users will receive six "strikes" before your internet provider can punish you.
But is that really Google's fault?
The 75mb XML version has copies of all the two million titles and magnet links indexed by The Pirate Bay
The Times is dealing with a generation of consumers who grew up with Napster and BitTorrent and every major newspaper was readily available online.
The film is a rallying cry for a freer internet, but it shies away from the obvious question: is piracy more than glorified stealing?
It's all a bit silly, but it could prove serious for torrent sites.