The BitLord show released a special episode in which they interview with Brokep from The Pirate Bay. Brokep talks about TPB's contribution to the BitTorrent scene, their secret upcoming project, the new anonymous P2P protocol they are working on and much more.
uTorrent will be available on the Mac very soon and two weeks ago we wrote an early review. Today we read that anonymous statistics show that uTorrent will be twice as fast as Azureus, but is this really the case?
DRM is doomed to fail. Unfortunately, the majority of the movie companies and record labels still think it's the best way to "protect" their media. By wearing these shirts you can show them it's not and that it only hinders honest customers.
The 10 most downloaded DVDrips on BitTorrent, "Outlaw" tops the chart this week.
Mininova is the fist BitTorrent site to enter the list of 100 most visited sites on the Internet, joining sites like Google, Yahoo! and Digg. A great accomplishment proving that BitTorrent's popularity and Mininova in particular continues to grow.
Spam comes in many shapes and forms and today we have news that anti-piracy company Media Defender has hooked up with telecoms company Sprint and Atlantic Records to give away 16 million free tracks on P2P networks. However, don't get too excited, its 16 million tracks from one artist.
In a recent speech before the UK record industry, the head of the Conservative Party, David Cameron, pledged to increase copyright terms for music, as well as shift the focus for enforcing copyright onto the ISP, echoing the recent decision by a Belgian court.
Swedish authorities and anti-piracy groups are taking extreme measures to shut down The Pirate Bay. Their latest trick is to use child pornography as a tool in their war on piracy. Ethical? No. Effective? Could be. Meet the people behind The Pirate Bay Conspiracy.