Entries in 'piracy' (239)
The people of Manchester are mad for piracy, it would seem.
The PlayStation Vita’s security protocols have been breached.
In what can only be described as a victory for consumers, Ubisoft has scrapped its controversial always-on DRM for PC games.
The controversial figure behind file-sharing site Megaupload has claimed that he was assaulted by police when he was arrested in January.
The developer behind iOS and Android shooter Dead Trigger has claimed that consumer piracy is a force that can never be stopped.
Madfinger has announced a price removal for its mobile title Dead Trigger, due to what the developer describes as ‘unbelievably high’ piracy rates on Android devices.
Several major UK ISPs have expanded their blockade against The Pirate Bay by denying a number of new IP addresses known to be used by the file-sharing website to their ...
Peer-to-peer activity on The Pirate Bay in the UK is almost back at the level it was before the site was blocked.
It’s the thing of nightmares for Apple.
A New Zealand judge has ruled that the search warrants used to allow the raids of Megaupload owner Kim Dotcom were “invalid”.
The most contentious element of the Digital Economy Act has at last been outlined by Ofcom.
BT has finally caved to legal pressure and blocked access to The Pirate Bay for its UK customers.
Broadband provider O2 will from midnight tonight (Friday May 8th) block access to The Pirate Bay.
A Dutch court has ordered Netherland’s The Pirate Party to stop publicising ways in which consumers can circumvent blocks put on The Pirate Bay.
Virgin Media’s website was forced offline for an hour yesterday after hacker collective Anonymous attacked the portal.
Cable TV and internet specialist Virgin Media has become the first UK ISP to block The Pirate Bay from its broadband users.
The BPI has won a landmark UK legal victory that looks set to force ISPs to block controversial content portal The Pirate Bay in the UK.
The controversial and now long-delayed Digital Economy Act will not come into effect until 2014, the Department for Culture, media and Sport has announced.
Sports Interactive has said that the piracy levels it has experienced with the Android version of Football Manager Handheld “are the worst” it’s ever seen.
A third PSP game has been removed from the PlayStation Store after it emerged that the title was being used to allow homebrew gaming on Vita.
Sony has removed PlayStation Vita compatible PSP game Everybody’s Tennis from the PSN Store after reports that it had allowed pirates to crack the new handheld.
The Digital Economy Act anti file-sharing legislation received a boost as the Court of Appeal upheld an earlier High Court ruling that backed the DEA.
In what is certainly a very unusual move, online file-sharing giant RapidShare has chosen to deliberately slow its download speed for non-registered users.
Bit-torrent sharing site BTJunkie has made the decision to cease operations after seven years of activity.