COVID-19 proved a boon for piracy in 2020, but next year it will get even worse, as streaming platforms add more exclusive and region-locked content.
To implement the Initiative, the organisation is working with its major PC partners, Acer, Asus, Dell, Intel, Lenovo, SMD Technologies and Mustek.
BayStream is a streaming service from The Pirate Bay and if you guessed it isn’t legal, you’d be correct.
Nearly five years later, Fredrick Neij has been told that he’s not associated with The Pirate Bay after all.
Jetflix proves that just because you’re paying for something, that doesn’t mean it’s legal.
Some 900 000 users have been hit by fake video games which contain malware.
In 500m you will reach your destination Fate of the Furious, on the left.
The uncrackable DRM has been cracked but is this more of a victory for Denuvo than pirates?
Pirates dealt another blow as one of the largest torrent search engines in the world bids farewell.
KAT founder has been charged with three counts on copyright infringement and money laundering.
Not everybody thinks catching Pokemon before Niantic and Nintendo give the all clear is a good idea.
Sony Pictures Network has warned piracy sites not to upload Euro 2016 games, but will they comply?
Adobe is scanning for non-genuine software, but you don’t need to lock the doors and hide from the fuzz just yet.
According to researchers you’re more likely to feel guilty about stealing a CD than you are about torrenting.
Sci-Hub, the torrent site for academic papers, is once again being targeted with takedown orders.
By blocking VPNs, Netflix is taking away control from audiences and this will not end well.
Pirates beat the mercenary as Deadpool can now be had… illegally.
Pirates beware, one of the biggest game cracking teams goes offline from today.