Study Again Shows 'Pirates' Tend to Be The Biggest Buyers of Legal Content
A new report out of the UK once again deflates the common narrative that pirates are exclusively looking to obtain free stuff.
Why This Guy Uploaded 134 Gigabytes of Syrian Civil War Footage
Jakub Janovský wants people to have the data about the conflict so they can decide for themselves.
Hollywood Is Setting Up a Legal ‘Machine’ to Sue Pirates In Canada
Every Canadian internet user should be paying attention.
One of the Internet's Gatekeepers Is Eyeing Sneaky Cryptocurrency Miners
Websites are hijacking computers to mine digital coins.
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'Game of Thrones' Was Pirated More Than a Billion Times This Season
The number of illegal views dwarfs the average number of people who tuned in to HBO's seventh season legally, according to a new report.
Indie Dev Releases Torrent of Their Own Game For Folks Who Can't Afford It
After hearing from a player who refunded because they didn't have the money, the 'Darkwood' developers got creative.
How ‘ASCII Matrix’ Survived 490 Times Longer than the Average Torrent
That famed "Matrix" torrent has a lot of factors keeping it alive after all this time.
The RCMP Cracked Down On A Torrent Site
A new RCMP crackdown and upcoming legislation threatens illegal file-sharing north of the border.
The Pirate Bay's Peruvian Site Is Up
Finally leaving Europe behind, the site may soon ditch URLs all together.
Random Access Criticism: The Internet Pundits Are Ruining Daft Punk, Music
Hours after a highly-anticipated album gets leaked online, what can possibly be said about it?
Piracy as a Kind of Freedom: A Review of a Pirated Copy of the Pirate Bay Movie
The film is a rallying cry for a freer internet, but it shies away from the obvious question: is piracy more than glorified stealing?
For Independent Artists, Streaming Online Isn't Much Better Than Piracy
The demise of infamous P2P music service Napster last week -- the most recent in a 10 year history of "death and rebirth":http://www.theatlanticwire.com/technology/2011/12/napsters-seven-lives-are-finished/45646/ -- didn't seem to surprise or distress...