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David Guetta believes music piracy helps boost his concert attendance
David Guetta isn't an anti-piracy crusader!
Pirated Jurassic World found seeding from Universal's office in France
Universal Pictures found to be seeding pirated copies of Jurassic World.
Malwarebytes offers amnesty program to help pirates go legit
Malwarebytes launches amnesty program.
Google engaged in PR war against Hollywood, benefiting from piracy
The MPAA says Google benefits from Internet piracy.
Millions of users are pirating 'Game of Thrones' season finale
Millions of people are pirating the season finale of 'Game of Thrones'
EU: Users pushed to piracy due to complicated copyright legislation
Do you think copyright legislation is pushing users to commit Internet piracy?
Internet piracy helped pave the way for Netflix, other video services
Internet piracy helped prepare users for Netflix.
Hollywood trade groups say piracy poses cybersecurity dangers
Haven't we heard this one before from the RIAA and MPAA?
Periscope CEO is 'genuinely excited' to fight Internet piracy
Periscope CEO says the company isn't happy about Internet piracy, and is willing to work with partners to create anti-piracy solutions.
Mayweather-Pacquiao proves popular on Meerkat, Periscope
The boxing superfight between Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao proved popular among Periscope and Meerkat users.
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao offers piracy websites lucrative night
Mayweather vs. Pacquiao could be a great time for Internet piracy websites.
Movies nominated for an Oscar see surge in Internet piracy
Oscar-nominated movies see uptick in piracy following announcement in January.
Madonna thanks police for arresting hacker accused of stealing songs
Hacker responsible for stealing Madonna songs has been arrested in Israel, and Madonna is quite thankful.
"American Sniper" had great box office opening, despite piracy
A high-quality screener version of "American Sniper" was available days before the film's release, but it was still a box office hit.
'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Frozen' top most pirated movie list of 2014
When it comes to movie piracy in 2014, it looks like 'Wolf of Wall Street' and 'Frozen' top the list for 2014.
The Pirate Bay have been taken down, but didn't drop piracy levels
The Pirate Bay was taken down, but that doesn't mean digital piracy levels also dropped.
Piracy fight in Australia will put pressure on ISPs and schools
The Australian government and copyright holders want to better crack down on piracy.
British politician wants ISPs to take responsibility and fight piracy
A British lawmaker wants ISPs to step up and fight Internet piracy, after Sony was breached last week by foreign hackers.
Senator wants Visa, Mastercard to 'recommit' efforts to fight piracy
In the ongoing fight against Internet piracy, looks like Senator Patrick Leahy wants Visa and Mastercard to do their part.
UK report reveals US hosts most piracy websites users get to enjoy
UK piracy report indicates large amount of hosted pirate websites originate in the United States.
MPAA seeks re-education and not new legislation to fight piracy
The MPAA is interested in shifting focus to re-educate Internet users, rather than punish them by dragging them into court.
L.A. County Sheriff's report link between terrorism and piracy
Is there a link between online piracy and terrorism, street gangs and drug dealers? According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, YES!
Around 140 ISPs disconnect persistent Internet pirates in US
Internet service providers (ISPs) in the United States are being pressured to cut repeat copyright violators.
Millions of users enjoy watching pirated streams of World Cup
Millions of viewers are tuning in to illegal streams of World Cup soccer coverage, with anti-piracy groups scrambling to send takedown notices.
RIAA copyright take down notices topped 50 million sent to Google
The RIAA recently submitted its 50 millionth music piracy takedown notice to Google, as the fight against online piracy rages on.
MPAA wants to invest $20,000 for 'unbiased' piracy research reports
The MPAA is willing to spend up to $20,000 for an.
Movie studios fighting piracy by shortening theatrical release window
Movie studios are still concerned about movie piracy, and want to research shortening movie release dates.
Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde arrested to serve sentence
Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde has been arrested and will need to serve his eight-month prison sentence for copyright violations.
Accused UFC pirate suffers from mental illness, can't pay up fines
An accused UFC pirate says he is unable to pay, suffers from mental illness, and is unsure what will happen to him next.
UFC targets Internet pirate with massive $32 million lawsuit
The No. 1 MMA promotion, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), has filed a $32 million in damages.
Music copyright holders sue Russian social networking site for piracy
The vKontakte social media website in Russia is being sued by the three biggest music labels in the US, accusing the site of mass music piracy.
Copyright holders shifting focus to attack pirates making money
Copyright holders and attorneys are targeting organized piracy groups and websites profiting from the distribution of copyrighted material.
Commission says most Europeans download, stream pirated content
Around 70 percent of European Internet users stream or download movies, both legally and illegally.
Feds cracking down on pirates sharing Google Android, mobile tech
Google Android is popular in the U.S. and across the world, and there is increasing demand for pirated paid apps.
UFC cracks down on Internet streaming site showing its events
The UFC is back to its efforts to crack down on Internet piracy.