Movie Director Uses BitTorrent as Lawyers Chase Those Downloading His Movie

The director of a successful Norwegian 'Kill Bill' parody movie who admits to downloading TV shows via BitTorrent himself, doesn't support his distributor as they take legal action against his fans. Fourteen people accused of sharing the movie have been reported to the police by MPA copyright lawyer, Espen Tondel.

Poor Anti-Pirates: E-mail About Leaked IFPI Email Gets Leaked

The infamous anti-piracy organization IFPI sent an email to warn its members NOT to any send email to colleagues that use an [email protected] email address because that domain is now owned by their rivals from the "International Federation of Pirate Interests". Unfortunately the members did not listen, and even the…

Forced Exodus of BitTorrent Sites Is Imminent

The Dutch ISP LeaseWeb can't take the pressure from BREIN anymore. As a preliminary measure they have now ordered dozens of BitTorrent sites - including some big-shots - to pack their stuff before December 1st, leave LeaseWeb and find a new home.

Marvel and DC Comics Join Forces to Target BitTorrent

When Demonoid disappeared recently, many people were sad at losing access to a great selection of comics. Those people are about to become even more upset as Marvel and DC Comics launch a twin strategy to shutdown a comic torrent community and target usenet uploaders.

PickyPirate: Metacritic Meets BitTorrent

It's not hard to determine what's hot on BitTorrent, just go to your favorite BitTorrent site and order the results by most seeds or peers. However, finding out what's popular by people "in the know" usually requires some more steps.

MediaDefender Leaks Cost The Company $825,000

The anti-piracy organization MediaDefender lost $825,000 as a result of the leaked emails according to a recent filing submitted to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). It is beginning to look like they have to walk the plank to bankruptcy after all.

Anti-Piracy Lobby Urges Sweden To Take Down The Pirate Bay

Several anti-piracy lobbyist organizations have joined forces in urging the Swedish authorities to take "swift and decisive action" against The Pirate Bay. The Pirate Bay laughed away this attempt, and assures its users that they are not doing anything illegal according to Swedish law.