The Pirate Bay Taken Offline, Raided By Police

The Pirate Bay Taken Offline, Raided By Police

The Pirate Bay, perhaps the most popular — certainly the best known — destination for anyone looking to score pirated movies, music, books, games, and other digital content, was taken offline earlier today after a raid by police in Stockholm. [More]

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BitTorrent Users Try, Unsuccessfully, To Trigger Copyright Alert System

The recently launched Copyright Alert System — a joint venture between big-time content creators and the major Internet service providers — is supposed to trigger a series of alerts and warnings when a subscriber of a participating ISP appears to be illegally sharing copyrighted content. But some who put CAS to the test say they were able to share several items without being flagged. [More]

The MPAA's New Secret Weapon: DVD Sniffing Dogs!

The MPAA's New Secret Weapon: DVD Sniffing Dogs!

The MPAA is serious about stopping piracy—so serious that they’ve hired DVD-sniffing dogs to patrol border-crossings. No, we’re not kidding. DVD-sniffing dogs are real and they’re already on the job!

Microsoft Cuts Prices In Order To Compete With Chinese Pirates

Microsoft Cuts Prices In Order To Compete With Chinese Pirates

Can’t beat ‘em? Compete with them! Microsoft has lowered their prices in China in an attempt to thwart pirating.