Swiss anti-piracy outfit Logistep has been travelling around Europe, threatening and bullying P2P users in Germany, Britain, France, Italy and anywhere else where the courts will allow them to operate. File-sharers have had enough and now - at long last - so have the courts.
Torrentspy and Isohunt announced that they will give content owners a "carte blanche" to remove torrents from their BitTorrent search engines last month. The perfect solution for content owners and site admins says Torrentspy - a nightmare according to The Pirate Bay.
The 10 most downloaded DVDrips on BitTorrent, "Evan Almighty" tops the chart this week.
The Mininova team launched Snotr, their very own video upload service today. The site focuses on funny and interesting video clips that are SFW (safe for work) - meaning no adult content, no extreme violence and no racism.
The cross platform browser Opera has been discovered to contain another critical vulnerability affecting its BitTorrent engine, one which leaves it wide open for a malicious user to run arbitrary code, potentially taking remote control of the host machine.
MPAA CEO Dan Glickman was devastated by the leak of the last Harry Potter book. Ironically, the MPAA has been caught pirating others work more than once. So who's the real pirate here?
European file-sharers were given a huge legal boost today when the Advocate General to the European Court of Justice declared that EU law does not allow Internet Service Providers to be forced to reveal the personal details of people accused of file sharing.
A group of Harry Potter fans are collectively typing out "Deathly Hallows", the final episode in the Harry Potter series, from photographs leaked of each page in the book.