Hollywood Is Setting Up a Legal ‘Machine’ to Sue Pirates In Canada
Every Canadian internet user should be paying attention.
the dark web
Dark Web Suspects Busted After Visiting Image Sharing Site Outside of Tor
The cases show that even if people are using a dark web child pornography site, they may visit other related sites without the protections of the Tor network.
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.”
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?
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
New Zealand Judge Grants US Request to Extradite Megaupload's Kim Dotcom
Megaupload founder and three co-defendants are a step closer to US jail cell.
This One GIF Explains How BitTorrent Finds Files
Torrents, how do they work?
Surreal Sculptures and Prints Subvert Copyrighted Files
Matthew Plummer-Fernandez disguises copyrighted files inside remixed sculptures and image files in ‘Hard Copy.’
A Reddit Conversation About a Weird mp3 Rip Gets Even Weirder
Internet coincidences are the stuff of magic.
Crime & Drugs
Internet Mogul Kim Dotcom's Extradition Trial Begins Over Megaupload Copyright Case
Dotcom’s lawyers are arguing that for him to be extradited, it must be shown that the law might have been broken in both the US and New Zealand. He and his co-defendants have not been charged with crimes in New Zealand.
Reuters and VICE News
Belgium Drops Criminal Charges Against Pirate Bay Four
A "ridiculous" case gets shown the door.
The Pirate Bay's Return Continues to Be a Trainwreck
The embattled torrent site continues to face a whole litany of issues.