Nintendo Nukes Fan-Made Super Mario 64 HD Browser Game

In recent days gaming fans worldwide have enjoyed playing an amazing in-browser fan recreation of the Nintendo classic Super Mario 64. The full HD offering has proven itself a huge hit but the party is now over. Following a compliant to Cloudflare by Nintendo, the main hosting page has been pulled offline.

Filmmakers Demand Cash From Popcorn Time Pirates

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Countering the drastic growth of Popcorn Time in Denmark, local filmmakers are planning to go after the application's users. This means that all those sharing copyrighted movies via BitTorrent are risking hefty fines, or worse.

KickassTorrents Celebrates ‘Happy Torrents Day’

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For the fourth year in a row KickassTorrents is celebrating Happy Torrents Day by encouraging users to download and share as much as possible. The initiative was started to celebrate file-sharing and is growing bigger every year. The latest edition features various challenges and also sees the debut of a…

New Pirate Bay Blockade Foiled By Simple DNS Trick

The world's newest blockade of The Pirate Bay has been thwarted in a matter of minutes. After a court in Spain ordered the country's ISPs to block the notorious site on Friday, users who tweaked their connections to use Google's DNS instead of the one provided by their service provider…

Cox Refuses to Reveal Financials in “Repeat Infringer” Piracy Case

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Cox Communications, one of the largest ISPs in the United States, is refusing to hand over financial details in a prominent piracy case. The provider is being sued by two music publishers for allegedly failing to disconnect 200,000 repeat copyright infringers. The rightsholders are requesting detailed financial information to show…

MPAA Wanted Less Fair Use In Copyright Curriculum

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The MPAA and RIAA are backing a new copyright curriculum showing kids how to become "Ethical Digital Citizens." After public pressure the curriculum was edited to include fair use principles, but a leaked MPAA email shows that there's more fair use in the lesson plans than Hollywood wanted.