Is another TikTok trend to blame for the recent crackdown on “shadow libraries”?
A behavioral economics study of anti-piracy ads reveals that they’re largely ineffective and often encourage piracy.
This week Nintendo filed a lawsuit against Mikel Euskaldunak, who allegedly offered tools to help people run pirated games on their Nintendo Switch, as well as sold NES Classic consoles preloaded with more games.
In the early 1800s, Ching Shih was the mastermind behind a floating criminal empire made up of more than 40,000 ships.
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
Eight Sri Lankan crew members are being held captive on a tanker vessel off the horn of Africa, with the pirates demanding a ransom for their release.
“For the first time, non-state adversaries would have an air force.”
When most people think of an ideal bar, death is probably not in the picture. But Captain Tony’s Saloon in Key West, Florida somehow does morbidity right.
Final text of the trade deal says ISPs may block filesharing sites, experts say.
With streaming services, video games, and advances in consumer video, the movie business is changing. With a myriad of new threats to the Hollywood hegemony, will the film industry survive, or morph into something unrecognizable?