Ubisoft has abandoned its DRM measures, allowing gamers to enjoy PC games without a persistent internet connection.
Sony's Killzone 3 for PS3 has been leaked online.
Ubisoft's new always-online DRM has been brought to it's knees by server problems.
EA and DICE have explained how SecuROM will be used in the PC version of Bad Company 2.
Ubisoft has announced a new DRM system for future PC titles that require a constant internet connection.
EA CEO John Riccitiello has said he thinks of pirates as nothing but an untapped marketplace.
Microsoft has refused to apologise to users who have been banned from Xbox Live for running pirated games.
TIGA, the UK's videogame trade association, has polled members on attitudes to piracy.
RedLynx, the developer of Trials 2, has admitted it uploaded torrents of it's own game to the internet.
GAMESCOM 09: Ubisoft has announced the next installment of sub sim Silent Hunter, and it will be a PC exclusive title.
The UK Government has published the Digital Britain report today and the main points were outlined in parliament today.
An alliance of UK creative industries will today urge the Government to take action against illegal file sharers.
According to statistics offered up by Stardock, Demigod has had five times more pirates than actual players in the US.
The UK's Intellectual Property minister says he will not advise the government to legislate against game and music piracy.
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