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Samsung, SK Hynix, Micron facing big fines.
Companies face $20bn in fines.
Aims for a Chinese walled garden approach.
Proposals would make pirate downloads as illegal as uploads.
IMDEA researcher Michael Kryczka says that 66 per cent of torrents originate from just 100 seeders.
Apple is making moves with the US Copyright Office to make jailbreaking - the process of modifying an iPhone to run third party applications - illegal.
The Norwegian Consumer Council has issued a statement telling ISP customers not to admit to copyright infringement.
Indie website RockPaperShotgun has done a breakdown of the top ten pirated games and the number of downloads for each.
The UK Government has drafted plans that would demand ISPs to ban users that illegally download music and films.
Western Digital 1TB MyBook NAS adds overly restrictive DRM to deny access to the video and music you legally own, when you try and play it from outside your home network.
An American study has just been released which shows that almost half of all children trying to buy an M-rated game are able to do so.
Police in Middlesbrough have arrested the man behind Oink.me.uk, one of the world's biggest illegal music file sharing sites.
A group of Chinese gaming companies have formed a new alliance, called OGAAP, to try and combat computer game piracy in China where game piracy is especially bad.
A manufacturing plant that was making 900 illegal copies of movies an hour was raided by Dutch police earlier this week.
Amid an ever increasing amount of lawsuits in the US, UK citizens are downloading more unauthorised music then ever before.
German police begin a search in Second Life regarding rumours of child pornography rings.
Google is coming under fire from Hollywood after the company is believed to have helped websites responsible for offering illegal film downloads.
Senator Carl Krueger wants to ban iPods on the streets of New York because he believes that they're the cause of an increasing number of fatal accidents in the city.
European Union investigators have recommended that EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes should formally charge Intel on the grounds of illegal business tactics.
A mother has called the RIAA's bluff and stood up to their legal bully-boy tactics. The RIAA fails to provide any concrete evidence and gets slapped by a US court.
The music industry is expected to sue Yahoo! China after allegedly providing users with links to pirated music.
The Pirate Bay is set to come under attack from the Swedish Maritime Administration after a police report was filed on June 16th.
Yes, you read that right. Apparently you can continue to file share whilst not owning a machine. Plus, some new proposed legislation we're all going to love.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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