Lars von Trier Is in Trouble for Screening an Extra-Violent Version of His New Movie
The MPAA is not happy.
VICE.com's most memorable lines from the week of July 24, presented with zero context.
A Boring Invisible Braces Lawsuit that Could Have Resurrected SOPA Dies Again
A federal court ruled that “articles” don’t include internet downloads.
The MPAA Killed Another Movie Torrent Site
YTS is gone for good, despite imitators claiming to be the real deal.
The Guy Who Made BrowserPopcorn is Shutting It Down For Good
Developer Milan Kragujevic said he will replace the app with a legal movie recommendation service, citing legal pressure.
The Music Industry Sued Aurous, the Popcorn Time for Music, Hours After Release
While like Popcorn Time in every other way, the RIAA says it pulled from illegal Russian filesharing sites instead of BitTorrent.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google Ask Hollywood to Stop Trying to Revive SOPA
A group of major tech companies are challenging a bill they say is similar to the controversial piracy act.
An Undead SOPA Is Hiding Inside an Extremely Boring Case About Invisible Braces
The most controversial parts of the SOPA anti-piracy bill may end up becoming de facto law after all.
The Motion Picture Association Is Trying to Hijack Brazil’s Net Neutrality Bill
The international wing of Hollywood’s copyright lobby is trying to influence net neutrality on the world stage.
How Did The Pirate Bay, the World’s Biggest Illegal Downloading Site, Stay Online for So Long?
By shutting down The Pirate Bay, the music industry has eliminated one of its biggest threats—for now.
The MPAA Is Trying (and Failing) to Take Down an Entire Subreddit
Instead, the MPAA just told everyone exactly where to illegally download movies on Reddit.
Barely Anyone Bothered to Have Their 'Six Strikes' Piracy Cases Reviewed
And even fewer—just 47 people in the country—won the fight.