While like Popcorn Time in every other way, the RIAA says it pulled from illegal Russian filesharing sites instead of BitTorrent.
Final text of the trade deal says ISPs may block filesharing sites, experts say.
It’s an “innovative” way to fight file sharers, says one investigator, but will depend on whether employees knew the activity was taking place.
And it raises serious privacy concerns.
A program called LEVITATION monitored users of file sharing websites such as Rapidshare and the now-defunct Megaupload for suspicious activity.
Yorke is still wondering if the public can "get its head around" torrenting.
Long before Joseph Gorden-Levitt's hitRECord, where creatives upload unfinished content in an attempt to produce collaborative work, squatters from northern Italy were making their own crowdsourced art and music projects.
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.
In Hollywood’s unrelenting fight against online piracy, Megaupload creator Kim Dotcom has emerged as an unlikely hero whose story has now become, well, pretty damn Hollywood. Footage of the stunning raid on the piracy kingpin has now been "released by...
The inevitable backlash over the online uprisings that foiled controversial pro-copyright bills SOPA and PIPA earlier this year is slowly rising to a boil. Last week, the content industries managed to strike a "backroom deal":https://www.eff.org...
The Grammys is one of those events that continues to highlight our astounding ability as a culture to choke down the most insufferable bullshit imaginable.