Fearless Digital Pirates Don’t Care About Lawsuits

The year 2005 saw the first person sentenced to prison for sharing a movie. In 2007, the possibility of being fined huge amounts became a reality as a music sharer snared by the RIAA picks up a $222,000 bill. So presumably file-sharers are in hiding? Hardly. This fearless internet breed…

Anti-Piracy Organization Domain IFPI.com Now Owned by The Pirate Bay

IFPI.com, the domain that used to belong to The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry or (IFPI) - an infamous anti-piracy organization - is mysteriously transferred to The Pirate Bay. The Pirate Bay team says it will use the domain to host the newly founded International Federation of Pirate Interests.

MPAA Not Done With TorrentSpy Yet

Over the past months the TorrentSpy crew has made several drastic changes to their website. They have stopped hosting .torrent files, and even banned US visitors. However, this is not enough according to the MPAA who has filed another complaint and asked the judge for sanctions against the popular BitTorrent…

Polish Pirate Party Files for Registration

The existence of a Polish Pirate Party (or Partia Piratów) may seem to the uneducated as something of a joke. However, it is soon to join only Sweden, Germany, Austria, and Spain in having a full Pirate Party.

Sailing To A New Island With The Pirate Bay

Being in The Pirate Bay team means you have a very busy life. Running the world's largest tracker and dealing with raids and court cases leaves little time for anything else. But as usual, the Pirate Bay guys still make the time to update their fans on their plans to…

BitTorrent Streaming Service Launched

BitTorrent Inc. has officially launched its P2P streaming service allowing content providers to save a lot of bandwidth. On the other hand, ISPs will be less happy because the bandwidth a user consumes while streaming a video will double.

Anti-Piracy Lobby Wants Pirate Bay Secrets from Swedish Police

A recently leaked email shows that the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) - the anti-piracy organization that represents the recording industry worldwide - has plans to request confidential information from an ongoing police investigation of The Pirate Bay.