Flight Sim Company Threatens Reddit Mods Over “Libelous” DRM Posts Flight sim company FlightSimLabs caused controversy earlier this year after embedding malware in its software
When Joe Public Becomes a Commercial Pirate, a Little Knowledge is Dangerous In a piracy landscape that’s becoming increasingly monetized, some piracy-focused business schemes claim
“Fight Club” Author Chuck Palahniuk Apologizes For Piracy Rants For years, novelist Chuck Palahniuk saw piracy as one of the reasons behind his dwindling income.
ISP Questions Impartiality of Judges in Copyright Troll Cases Following in the footsteps of similar operations around the world, two years ago the copyright trolling
GoDaddy to Suspend ‘Pirate’ Domain Following Music Industry Complaints GoDaddy, the world’s largest domain name registrar, has reportedly agreed to disable access to another piracy-related
Majority of Canadians Consume Online Content Legally, Survey Finds Back in January, a coalition of companies and organizations with ties to the entertainment industries called
Michael Jackson Estate Turns The ‘Fair Use’ Tables on Disney The Michael Jackson Estate is suing the Walt Disney Company and ABC for using dozens