The co-founder of The Pirate Bay has been charged with stealing data from companies, including a bank.
Important message to all you pirates out there
Research commissioned by the European Commission Joint Research Committee finds that web piracy does not affect music revenue.
so I got an email from the hosting company
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected an application to hear the cases of Peter Sunde and Fredrik Neij, two of the co-founders of The Pirate Bay. In its decision the Court recognizes that the Swedish verdict against the pair interferes with their right to freedom of expression, but adds that this was necessary in order to protect rightsholders' right to be protected from copyright infringement.
The Pirate Bay is back online. Its new provider turned out to be none less than one in North Korea. This has all sorts of interesting geopolitical consequences.
The US warns Antigua and Barbuda not to carry out a threat to set up a site selling access to media files without paying copyright fees.
The Government of Antigua is planning to launch a website selling movies, music and software, without paying U.S. copyright holders...
He's back! Kim Dotcom sticks two fingers up to the FBI as he launches file-sharing site at £15m New Zealand home the authorities can't take off him
If copyright holders want to stop piracy, seizing domains from infringing sites isn't an effective method, according to computer science researchers from Northeastern University
The Pirate Party needs your help, we may be facing a legal challenge to our proxy, we want to fight it but we won't be able to without your support
The BPI has requested that the UK Pirate Party shut down its Pirate Bay proxy service
The US government is extraditing him for running a TV linking site which was declared LEGAL under UK law.
I sent £20.
Ha ha, this is fucking awesome !
"I am waiting for my share after I contributed a rocket-propelled grenade for the operation, I am really happy and lucky. I have made $75,000 in only 38 days since I joined the 'company'." - Sahra Ibrahim, a 22-year-old divorcee, who claims that she got the weapon from her ex-husband in alimony.
The site, which has been blamed for encouraging illegal file-sharing, will now operate from cloud-hosting providers around the world.
Peer-to-peer service users legally purchase nearly a third more music than their non-P2P using counterparts according to Copy Culture survey.
BT, TalkTalk and Everything Everywhere have raised concerns that Ofcom has underestimated how much it will cost them to comply with the regulator's anti-piracy code
On 17 April 2009, the four men behind file-sharing hub The Pirate Baywere found guilty of aiding copyright infringement -- yet by appealing the verdict and running, the four have avoided serious jail time and haven't paid a penny
According to Chinese phone maker GooPhone they own the patent's to the GooPhone i5 which happens to be a copy of the iPhone 5!
Good news: Ubisoft has pledged to ditch it's awful, awful piracy-prevention measures that treated every paying customer like a pirate in disguise. The company will instead adopt a method that has PC players activate their game only once, and then enjoy playing freely after that, online or off.
Anyone using BitTorrent to grab the latest movie or music release without paying for it will be on a blacklist, a study reveals.
The locations of the world's most prolific uploaders of content to the Pirate Bay have been revealed by a team of academics
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, one of the founders of the popular file-sharing website Pirate Bay, is arrested in Cambodia, police say.
Was watching this tonite and always thought this opening scene was pretty fucking cool.
A music royalty collection agency in the Netherlands got trapped by the very copyright rules it was intended to protect. The company has been fined for stealing music from its client, using it without his permission and failing to pay royalties.