News Corporation is the latest company to put pressure on Google to take more drastic measures against piracy. Google argues that cable providers' prices are too high, resulting in higher rates of illegal downloads.
The Argentina-based developer behind Popcorn Time has used a handful of APIs via GitHub to create an app that efficiently automates the torrent process for the user, streaming new, old and yet-to-leave-theaters films seamlessly with a Netflix instant…
Piracy is way down in Norway, and we don't entirely know why. A new study shows that illegal downloads of music, movies, and TV shows is a fifth of what it was in 2008. Have legal alternatives made piracy less attractive?
Online piracy isn't all bad, if you ask Netflix. Reports show that the streaming giant regularly checks out illegal file-sharing platforms to help it decide which television shows and movies to add to its service.
When you use torrent sites to get your hands on free stuff, sometimes you get more than you bargained for. This is one of those times. MeGaHeRTz, a provider of pirated software, apparently spies on its users.
Do you subscribe to AT&T's Internet service? Do you engage in some five-finger discounting through the use of illegal P2P file sharing sites in the like? You may want to read up on AT&T's latest patent then.
The Pirate Bay has thwarted domain name seizures in 2013 and enjoyed a 50 percent increase in file uploads over the the last year. The site's resiliency likely means that it will be alive and well deep into the new year, and beyond.