ISP takes on Swedish copyright trolls
Published in News

Bork, Bork, Bork

Swedish ISP Bahnhof has attacked a copyright troll hoping to make a swift buck out of pirates.

German churches installing wi-fi
Published in Mobiles

Fighting for declining members

German protestant churches, which are losing members faster than Blackberry is losing market share, are turning to wi-fi to help them out.

Apple security allows App pirates to make dosh
Published in News

Trickledown effect

A feature in Apple's iTunes approval process is allowing pirates to download free versions of paid iPhone apps.

Nvidia backtracks on Kodi pirate support
Published in News

Shielded pirating activity

Red-faced staff at Nvidia published an article advising customers to site known for 'pirate' addons in order to boost the capabilities of the Kodi media player. 

Windows 10 will sink "pirated" software or hardware
Published in News

Anything illegal will not work

Microsoft has changed the terms of its License Agreement on Windows 10 to allow it to sniff around and disable illegally obtained software or hardware.

Studios conspired with Justice department in Google smear campaign
Published in News

They will do what they are told

The Big Content cartel, which runs the movie and music business, planned to run a campaign to smear Google for refusing to prop-up its failing business model with censorship.

FBI shuts down Romanian Pirate sites
Published in News

Your US tax dollars at work

The US government continues to use tax-payer money to defend Big Content’s failing business model by using FBI enforcers to shut down three Romanian websites.

French Magazine busted for writing about piracy
Published in News

Liberté de la presse

The French have surrendered any concept of a free press to silence a magazine that wrote about pirated film, television, and music.

PS4 wide open to software pirates
Published in Games

Brazilian exploit

Hackers from Brazil have managed to discover a new exploit for the PS4 which enables them to bypass the DRM on any software and games.


MPPA issues mysterious threats
Published in News

24 hours to shut down or else

The Motion Picture Association of America has been issuing mysterious threats to those running piracy sites, telling them to shut down sites within a day or face  the consequences.