The Dutch anti-piracy organization Brein is suing the web hosting provider of the BitTorrent site extremepowertorrents.nl because they hosted the site, which is illegal according to Brein. Brein is demanding over $350,000 to cover the loss in expenses.
The award winning Canadian documentary 'The Corporation' has been released on BitTorrent for free. Filmmaker Mark Achbar just released an updated "official" torrent of it. Everyone is free to download, watch, discuss, and share it.
FrostWire, the completely free alternative to LimeWire (Pro) has added BitTorrent support in its latest release. The release is Linux-only, but Windows and Mac installers are on the way.
A CBS poll shows that people who download TV shows actually watch more TV. People miss less shows because they can watch their favorite shows whenever they want, and this results in more fans.
Many Ubuntu users who have upgraded to the new Edgy Eft have been complaining that LimeWire and its 100% free counterpart, FrostWire don't work anymore. New Ubuntu users are also having problems getting the two P2P apps to run. Here's how to.
This week's most popular movie downloads on BitTorrent.
Some might say it's theft to reuse use copyrighted work, others encourage it because it facilitates creativity. One way or another, the result can be great.
The MPAA has launched yet another "defensive attack", this time on a small business that is pre-loading movie DVDs onto iPods and reselling them. The original DVDs of the movies that are loaded are also given to the customer.