Entries in 'piracy' (235)
The names of nine publishers have been released in conjunction with claims that a fresh spate of anti-piracy lawsuits has emerged across Europe.
CD Projekt Red has said it will no longer seek legal action against gamers that allegedly download The Witcher 2 illegally.
Gears of War and Infinity Blade developer Epic Games has publically stated that it does not support America’s Stop Online Piracy Act in its current form.
Apple has sparked a new legal battle against websites that facilitate illicit App Store downloads, a new report suggests.
Introduced in October last year, the Stop Online Piracy Act seeks to empower both the US Government and copyright holders with the power to shut down sites that illegally share ...
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) has reiterated its uncategorical support for America’s controversial Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
Three of gaming’s biggest companies have withdrawn support for America’s Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
When you think about it, invincible red scorpions should have been employed as an anti-piracy measure long before now.
For every copy of The Witcher 2 that’s been legitimately sold, more than four copies have been pirated, according to the CEO of creator CD Projekt.
Valve boss Gabe Newell has challenged the notion that software pricing is the driving force behind games piracy.
Ubisoft has blamed piracy for the decision to release neither I Am Alive or Ghost Recon: Future Soldier on PC.
The European Union's digital agenda commissioner has said that money spent on pursuing those found guilty of breaching copyright has not helped to decrease piracy.
The rate of games piracy is on the rise, according to new data.
Digital rights management fails to prevent illegal game sales, says digital download firm Good Old Games.
The mobile game phenomenon Angry Birds will get its own line of retail stores, developer Rovio has announced.
The common consensus is that pirated games are popular because they’re free. But not so, according to Valve co-founder Gabe Newell.
Having seemingly closed the door on PS3 piracy earlier this year, Sony once again faces the prospect of another piracy threat looming over its console.
As is sadly quite often the case before a big new release nowadays, the release of EA’s Battlefield 3 has been sullied by the game’s arrival on illegal torrent sites.
Sega has Steam activation compulsory for the next edition of Football Manager, after claiming that at least four fifths of the game’s players are using pirated copies.
The PC version of Ubisoft's Driver: San Francisco will require players to have a constant internet connection.
PC and Xbox 360 download hit Super Meat Boy may have been heavily pirated but the game’s developers say it isn’t a problem.
Sony president and CEO Sir Howard Stringer has claimed that the company was targeted by hackers because it was trying to protect its IP.
Sony's war on PS3 hacking looks close to be claiming its first scalp following the admission from Alexander Egorenkov that he expects to face a jail term.
The Premium Edition of The Witcher 2 supports the boxed PC market and deters piracy, says Namco Bandai.
The day-one premium edition – which is £34.99 – features a bundle ...