Entries in 'piracy' (241)
If December’s much-publicised gutting of the PlayStation 3’s security systems is proof of anything, it’s this: Where software is concerned, there is no such thing as an unpickable lock, and ...
George ‘geohot’ Hotz has been issued a temporary restraining order preventing him from distributing PS3 homebrew software.
An ongoing UK court case against 27 individuals accused of illegal file-sharing has been withdrawn by prosecuting lawyer Andrew Crossley after he claimed to have received threats.
UKIE has reported that pirated video games may have cost the industry around £1.5bn in sales last year.
Claims of a possible hack that threatens the security of the PlayStation Trophy system have emerged online.
The first claims of full-scale piracy on the PS3 have surfaced on the internet.
Just hours after going live yesterday afternoon, Apple's Mac App Store has already been hacked by pirates.
After news of a serious security lapse on PS3 emerged earlier today, sources are now claiming that the PSPgo is the latest Sony device to succumb to hackers.
Famed hacker and all-round cyber warrior George Hotz has allegedly made public key information that could potentially allow homebrew developers to get any code they like running on PS3s - ...
The world’s creative industries will no doubt be buoyed by Google’s decision to adopt a pro-active stance towards supporting rights holders, but with net neutrality very much at the ...
In what could prove a very big blow to the activities of internet pirates, Google has announced a number of new policies designed to limit the accessibility of illegal content ...
Publisher Ubisoft has implemented an innovative security measure in the DS version of Michael Jackson: The Experience – the South African vuvuzela horn made famous in this summer’s World Cup.
The men behind Swedish file-sharing site The Pirate Bay have lost their latest appeal against their prosecution for piracy.
It was thought that Sony had won the battle, but the team behind the PSJailbreak hack has released a new version of the device that works with Sony’s latest firmware ...
It looks as if the recent update to the Xbox 360 UI was more than simply preparation for the arrival of Kinect – it’s also dealt a big blow to ...
The makers of popular file-sharing service LimeWire have been forced by a US federal court to shut down its peer-to-peer software.
The level of piracy endured on PSP has rendered it an obsolete platform for developers, according to the developer behind the upcoming God of War: Ghost of Sparta.
In what is almost a given ahead of the release of any big title in the modern market, it has emerged that copies of Call of Duty: Black Ops are ...
Leading internet provider BT wants to temporarily halt the requirement for ISPs to hand over details of its customers accused of file-sharing copyrighted material online.
Nintendo president Saturo Iwata has stated that the 3DS will automatically download firmware updates – a method that the exec hopes will help combat Nintendo’s handheld piracy problems.