If you bought 'Tron: Evolution' but haven't played it yet, the game is currently broken.
A new project aims to make LibGen, which hosts 33 terabytes of scientific papers and books, much more stable.
Piracy is back, and with a now-exhausting number of streaming sites, it doesn't seem like it's going away soon.
Annoying consumers with too many costly streaming options could backfire, survey suggests.
His website, Mangamura, apparently cost the Japanese publishing industry $2.93 billion.
It's a symptom of a new trend: There's simply too many streaming services, and too many exclusive shows to subscribe to them all.
What made them think they could get away with it?
Starz used the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to force Twitter to kill tweets about its leaked episodes of 'American Gods.'
If the music industry has its way, accused pirates could be kicked off the internet permanently based on what’s often flimsy evidence of guilt.
Study after study indicates that overly-aggressive anti-piracy efforts don’t work, and the real solution lies in giving would-be pirates better, cheaper options.
Ham-fisted attacks on internet pirates may actually be counterproductive, researchers warn.
It's difficult to draw the line between distributing essential, hard-to-find cultural relics and piracy.