The music industry was the first to feel the various effects of a digital era, and as time passed, their pockets grew thinner and thinner. After more than a decade of losing money to this arch “enemy”, the industry is finally coming around with an increase of 0,3% in their revenues. Not much, but could
The day has finally arrived. It’s the day when US citizens will be “properly educated” about how copyright works, what illegal file-sharing means, and what’s the price to be paid if you break the rules. In short, the US six-strikes system is now in place and ready to take on piracy. In a press release
Probably no other filesharing site has been fired upon with server seizures, raids and charges against its founders like the mighty Pirate Bay – and the ship still sails, but now it’s time for it to sail away as the political winds in Sweden are starting to blow in a different direction. The fight against TPB
Voltage Pictures LLC, a rather popular name in the movie industry – especially after releasing a blockbuster (The Hurt Locker), is the movie company that filed suit against 34 individuals who are accused of pirating their movies. Winning several Academy Awards in the past, the movie company is now trying to get $180.000 in damages
Security experts have always believed that file-sharing applications, video applications and social networking are all taking the best of one’s bandwidth, plus that they constitute a serious hole through which viruses and malware can get into your personal computer. This theory is now put to the test by a network security firm called Palo Alto.