Teen Pirates Pay For Movies More Often Than Non-Pirates

A new study carried out in Australia has found that most 12-17 year-old teens are not online pirates, with around 74% abstaining from the habit. However, those that do consume illegally tend to buy, rent and visit the movies more often than their non-pirating counterparts.

Anti-Piracy Group Plans to Block In Excess of 100 Sites

An anti-piracy outfit 'blockaded' by the Pirate Party last week in Austria has revealed its expanded plans for website blocking. The Hollywood-affiliated group says it will strive for blocks of sites numbering "in the low three digits" while applying to the court for more effective blocking technical solutions.

TVMC Battles Popcorn Time Via Google Play

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While Popcorn Time continues to have its ups and downs, a new release aiming to muscle in on the famous app's patch has hit the Google Play marketplace. The team behind TVMC is billing the XBMC/Kodi based app as a safer alternative to Popcorn Time, but its availability via Google…

Police Drop Charges Against Industrial-Scale ‘Pirate’

A raid and subsequent arrest hailed by the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit as one of their most significant yet has taken an unexpected twist. After being accused of masterminding an "industrial scale" sports streaming operation, a UK man has had all of the charges against him dropped.

Twin Peaks Piracy Surges In Anticipation of Comeback

This week news broke that legendary TV-series Twin Peaks is set to make a comeback after 25 years. The news has TV-fans all over the world excited and also resulted in a piracy craze. In less than a week 75,000 people downloaded the show's first two seasons from various torrent…