Entries in 'piracy' (235)
John Riccitiello has stated that the emerging force that is post-release downloadable content is the key tool in battling both the pre-owned market and piracy.
Platform holder Nintendo is to back the appeal of prosecutors who have said they intend to challenge a recent court ruling from a French judge in favour of Flash card ...
In a blow to its ongoing battle against video game piracy, platform holder Nintendo has lost a lawsuit against a manufacturer of a DS Flash card.
The UK Government has detailed its plans to combat piracy as a part of its Digital Economy Bill.
In a move that could prove an important milestone in the battle against console modding, the Court of Appeal has dismissed an appeal by Worcestershire-based modchip seller Christopher Gilham.
With the PS3 remaining the only current generation console to remain unhacked, platform holder Nintendo – whose DS and Wii remain two of piracy’s largest victims – has admitted that ...
In what will surely encourage the self-validating conscience of illicit file-sharers, a new study has concluded that people who pirate digital content end up spending more on it than those ...
Lobbyists and soncumer groups have been quick to condemn the government’s intention to push forward with a “three-strikes” policy to cut the internet connections of those accused of online piracy.
Mobile games publisher Fishlabs has revealed that its new Rally Master Pro 3D game for iPhone has been hit by a 95% piracy rate on its first day of availability ...
European powerhouse France has ushered in controversial new legislation that looks to cut off the internet connections of those found to have pirated movies, music and games online.
One of the most exciting developers in the market – and more importantly one of the leading lights on Sony’s PS3 arm of PSN – has vowed to never release ...
In the biggest offensive ever mounted against the piracy-enabling R4 Flash card device, Nintendo and Capcom have joined forces with 53 other unspecified games publishers to file a lawsuit against ...
Reports have emerged that Microsoft’s Forza Motorsport 3 has been pirated.
Recent research shows that Great Britain has more online and console gamers than any other territory in Europe.
The UK’s anti-piracy laws are feeble and place the entertainment retail sector in grave danger of further closures and economic damage.
The French National Assembly has passed one of the toughest laws against internet piracy that the world has ever seen.
The new chairman of the Entertainment Retailers Association Paul Quirk has claimed that internet file-sharing is the greatest challenge posed to modern entertainment retailers, claiming that internet piracy “is bleeding ...
HMV’s CEO Simon Fox has backed calls for Internet Service Providers to do more to prevent illegal downloading of copyright material.
Nintendo HAS hired Warner Bros’ anti-piracy boss
to crush UK retailers that continue to sell DS
Nintendo’s latest firmware update for its recently released handheld revamp the DSi renders many of the market’s high-profile flash card readers unusable, according to reports.
Illicit internet filesharing is on the decline in the UK, if new research is to be believed.