Nintendo Sues Californian for Selling Modded NES Classic and Switch Hacks
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.
Ching Shih, the Cantonese Sex Worker Who Became China's Most Feared Pirate
In the early 1800s, Ching Shih was the mastermind behind a floating criminal empire made up of more than 40,000 ships.
Canada’s Telecoms and National Media Want the Government to Block Piracy Websites
Digital rights groups worry that website blocking could cover more than illegal piracy.
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A Telecom Giant Wants to Block Websites in Canada
Bell is taking a hardline approach to copyright and piracy.
Drones Will Forever Change How Pirates Operate on the High Seas
“For the first time, non-state adversaries would have an air force.”
You Can Drink Rum Punch Next to a Grave at Key West's Most Haunted Bar
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.
Internet Providers Would Be Forced to Block Filesharing Sites Under TPP
Final text of the trade deal says ISPs may block filesharing sites, experts say.
'Metallica Drummer!' Is the Perfect Pre-Internet Viral Video
"He's talented! He's obsessed! He's Canadian!"
The Pirate Bay Founder's Jailing Sounds a Little Extreme
Things aren’t looking awesome for Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm, who’s currently under lock and key in a newly built jail about 15 minutes north of Stockholm.
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