The Rise of Netflix Competitors Has Pushed Consumers Back Toward Piracy
BitTorrent usage has bounced back because there's too many streaming services, and too much exclusive content.
You Could Be Kicked Offline For Piracy If This Music Industry Lawsuit Succeeds
And the evidence “proving” your guilt could be little more than fluff and nonsense.
Judge Says Cops Can Search BitTorrent Shared Files Without a Warrant
Justin Landry allegedly used BitTorrent to share child pornography. The cops found him using a special software called “Torrential Downpour.”
Spotify Will Never Replace What.cd
“A complete shame to lose such a treasure,” one former member noted.
What.cd Admin: We’re Sad to Say the Site Is Not Coming Back
Former members of the private, BitTorrent music community shouldn’t expect an encore performance.
Hackers Steal BitTorrent Forum Users' Emails, Passwords, IP Addresses
The data includes email addresses, usernames, IP addresses, and hashed passwords.
BitTorrent Is Launching a Livestreaming Service
BitTorrent Live is going to "fix the way live video streaming works."
Trent Reznor Is the Perfect Person to Overhaul Apple Music
Nine Inch Nails understood digital music a decade ago, and that experience may now help Apple Music in a big way.
Drake’s New Album Is Exclusive to Apple—Unless You’re a Pirate
Views from the underbelly of the internet, more like it.
Pirates Are Posting Prince's Music to An Obscure Corner of the Internet
Sure, you’ll have to break copyright to find Prince’s music online, but when has that ever stopped pirates?
Netflix Makes Good On Its Promise to Crack Down on VPNs
Netflix said it would prevent overseas users from being able to access the US version of the site using VPN servers.
A Plugin Brings Streaming to the Pirate Bay, and Not Everyone Is Happy
Popcorn Time-like plugin allows users to easily "stream" content, prompting freeloading concerns