RIAA’s Happy Holidays eCard

Most people will never hear anything from the RIAA, unless the anti-piracy outfit demands money from them for allegedly downloading copyrighted music, of course. But even the RIAA has a warm and fuzzy side, but unfortunately it's limited to music industry insiders.

Aussie ‘Doctor Who’ Fans Set to Time Travel With BitTorrent

Australia has been the focus of much tech news recently, as the country struggles with its Internet piracy 'problem'. Thanks to the infinite wisdom of ABC, Aussie Doctor Who fans are left with a tough decision - wait until mid-January to watch the show's pivotal 'Christmas Special' - or pirate…

Top 10 Most Pirated TV-Shows of 2008

As the year moves toward its conclusion we have been taking a a look at the most pirated titles in various categories in 2008. Following our Top 10 games and movies posts, we now take a look at the most downloaded TV-shows. Lost is without a doubt the most downloaded…

Will Hollywood be the Next Bailout Candidate?

The banking industry has received billions of dollars recently and the US auto industry had its share as well. Both have a history of bad decision making, with the auto industry in the US resisting advances in technology. The music and movie industries have also made bad decisions, and rejected…

PSP Piracy is Trending Up, Despite Sony’s Claims

Sony claims that there is a downward trend for pirated PSP games, and that more people are handing over money for games, to join what the company calls "the good side". It is unclear where Sony sourced this data, but statistics gathered from BitTorrent trackers show an increase in PSP…

Australian Internet Filter Will Target BitTorrent Traffic

Previously thought to be limited to HTTP and HTTPs web traffic, the touted Australian Internet filter will also target P2P traffic. In response to a comment posted by a user on his department's blog, Broadband Minister Stephen Conroy has admitted that BitTorrent filtering will be attempted during upcoming trials.

Spanish ‘Pirates’ Share Files on Government Doorstep

Fed up with the growing power of the anti-piracy lobby, a group of free-culture supporters gathered in front of the headquarters of the socialist party with their laptops, and started trading copyrighted files. The goal was to show that sharing copyrighted files is legal in Spain, something they appear to…