The British Phonographic Industry and UK ISP Virgin Media have done a deal which will see thousands of file-sharers getting warnings. The BPI will use its resources to track file sharers and will then hand the information to Virgin who will send out their own warnings to the customer along…
A new paper from the University of Washington department of Computer Science and Engineering, has investigated a problem with current DMCA notices and the methods used in dealing with them. It puts further pressure on anti-p2p groups like BayTSP to validate their claims.
Police officer Jim Keyzer, the leader and key witness in the Pirate Bay investigation, has returned to his job at the police's IT crime unit after being employed by Warner Bros. for several months. Warner Bros now admits Keyzer was working for them while he was leading the Pirate Bay…
A month after the tragic death of it's founder, Merrin, MVGroup is one step closer to his aim of 'educating the world via p2p'. Today, EZTV partners MVGroup in sharing documentaries via bittorrent.
TV shows are by far the most wanted files via BitTorrent, and according to some, it's fast becoming the modern day TiVo. But what are all those people downloading? Let's find out, and take a look at this weeks "Most pirated TV-episodes" chart.
It has been a rough year for MediaDefender and their parent company ArtistDirect. Last September a database of internal emails leaked, and last week they received more bad press for DDoSsing Revision3. Unsurprisingly, MediaDefender's revenue has dropped significantly as a result.
The top 10 most downloaded DVDrips on BitTorrent, "Fool's Gold" tops the chart this week.
British Police have just confirmed that several users of BitTorrent site OiNK were arrested recently. TorrentFreak broke the news last Friday after sitting on the story for a while but the mainstream press have been holding back over the weekend, waiting for confirmation. Just seconds ago, confirmation came.