Movie piracy was hit badly - officials raid "scene" groups in several countries
Piracy group SPARKS was targeted in raids that took place in Sweden, Norway, United States and other countries.
Nintendo targets Switch hack products with lawsuit
Nintendo of America has filed two lawsuits targeting products that circumvent the technological protection measures of its Nintendo Switch devices.
Two of the largest illicit streaming sites busted by the FBI
The rise of Netflix, and emergence of competition from all sides, is a clear indication that no physical method of content delivery or even ......
Star Wars show The Mandalorian set to break TV piracy records as Disney+ isn't widely available
The Mandalorian, a TV series set to Star Wars universe, is causing a boost in global online piracy, as the show is legally available only in handful of countries.
What is a WEB-DL video?
Explaining what means WEB-DL in relation to a downloaded TV show or a movie.
What means HDRip?
Explaining what the term HDRip means in relation to online videos, movies and TV shows.
Ebook pirate fined and gets suspended sentence
A man has received a suspended prison sentence and has been fined for copyright infringement related to ebook piracy activity.
Prison sentence sought for Deadpool pirate
A man who has admitted to downloading a bootleg copy of Deadpool and then sharing it online could face a prison term.
Android box seller to pay $25 million settlement
TickBox TV has reportedly agreed to pay a $25 million settlement in a lawsuit that alleged it promoted copyright infringement.
Terrarium TV piracy app shutting down
A popular Android application for pirate TV streams will shut down completely at the end of the month, its developer has confirmed.
YouTube MP3 download sites targeted by music industry
The music industry has its sights set on the high number of websites and mobile apps that enable users to download the music from YouTube videos.
IP address not enough to identify pirate, court says
An appeals court in the United States has determined that an IP address is not sufficient evidence that the subscriber is responsible for copyright infringement.
Reports: More users pirated KSI vs Logan Paul than paid to watch it
According to some reports, more people watched pirated streams of KSI vs. Logan Paul online that paid to watch the official stream.
Lars Ulrich: Metallica vs. Napster "maybe not the smartest PR move of all time"
We at AfterDawn followed the early days of digital music very closely, and that meant obviously reporting on the historical Metallica vs. Napster ......
Court: Fan-made subtitles are illegal
Swedish court decided that distributing fan-made movie subttiles is illegal.
Court injunction targets Mayweather vs. McGregor piracy
Preemptive action from a U.S. court aims to stifle illegal unauthorized streams of the hotly-anticipated fight between Floyd Mayweather Jnr, and Conor McGregor this weekend.
Music on YouTube prevents piracy, study claims
Research based on exclusive YouTube data and a survey of thousands of users in multiple countries shows that YouTube reduces music piracy.
Selling pre-loaded media boxes for piracy is illegal, EU court suggests
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) finds that the sale of media set top boxes pre-loaded with piracy-enabling add-ons can be considered illegal.
Man blackmails movie studios, plan backfires
Piracy has definitely been in decline during the past decade but there are still some industries that are suffering a lot – at least by their ......
Court orders ISP to identify 5,300 alleged pirates
The details of Internet users alleged to have shared films including London Has Fallen, and Mechanic: Resurrection, have to be handed over by an ISP.