Three members of the “Sparks Group," which cracked movies and TV shows for torrent sites ahead of their release, were arrested in a global law enforcement raid.
Torrenting and illegal streaming sites have seen a huge increase in traffic as people look for something to do while they're stuck inside.
To license medical technical standards costs hundreds of dollars. The Human Standards Project is sharing them all in a huge torrent to fight the coronavirus.
Ariana Grande stans and lo-fi enthusiasts alike are using the workaround to upload not-exactly-legitimate music to the streaming platform.
Between Netflix, Hulu, and Disney+, it seemed like streaming giants might have finally won. Gen Z is proving that piracy will never die.
'It’s a Moral Imperative:' Archivists Made a Directory of 5,000 Coronavirus Studies to Bypass Paywalls
The potentially illegal archive is a 'moral imperative,' said one organizer.
Streaming services are starting to look a lot like cable packages.
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.
Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, also the defining aesthetic of our times, probably.
His website, Mangamura, apparently cost the Japanese publishing industry $2.93 billion.
What made them think they could get away with it?