Piracy on the High C’s

July 18, 2011 by admin

When it comes to stealing software many people often look at it as they are just borrowing from a friend or co-worker. The truth is that you might be getting software that has been pirated and passed down from computer to computer. Piracy on the High C’s is very dangerous. This is illegal to do and you are putting your computer at risk. Read More»

Piracy and PSP

June 25, 2010 by admin

It all started when a Spanish coder called ‘DarkAlex’ managed to modify the PSP default firmware to run custom codes which he programmed. This started an era, where gamers could do a lot more with their PSP then ever before. Soon , they figured out how to run ISO images of the UMDs on the PSP. Gamers soon started cloning PSP games and sharing it on the internet. Read More»

Top 10 Piracy & P2P Blogs

November 26, 2009 by admin

These sites are arguably the most influential commentators with news and views on piracy, P2P, digital media, DRM, Usenet, IP and filesharing …

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Movie Piracy a Great Scapegoat for Movie Studios

October 19, 2009 by admin

It is not at all surprising that the film industry’s key players are thrilled to collectively cite movie piracy as being the “industry’s greatest menace“. However, there are two major problems with this argument.
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Why Giving Away Music Concedes Defeat to Piracy

September 3, 2009 by admin

As much as we here love TechCrunch, it is rare for them to publish an article on digital media or piracy without a reference to their 2007 party-line that music should be free (Orli Yakuel’s recent Guide to Music on the Web being a notable exception).

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