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Proposals would make pirate downloads as illegal as uploads.
Gamers are buying games, but then downloading cracked versions to avoid DRM.
Crytek has defended the use of DRM on its games, such as Crysis 2.
Piracy not considered enough of a problem to stop PC development, according to Volition.
Hackers have reported they are able to run pirated DS games on the 3DS already.
Working group formed to make Section 17 of the Digital Economy Act 'more palatable.'
The PC Gaming Alliance has said that statistics prove a decline in PC piracy.
IMDEA researcher Michael Kryczka says that 66 per cent of torrents originate from just 100 seeders.
Crytek has reaffirmed its love of the PC platform in spite of Crysis 2's recent leak.
Crytek and EA have responded to the leak of Crysis 2, declaring themselves as deeply disappointed.
Sony's Killzone 3 for PS3 has been leaked online.
EA and Bioware have explained how Dragon Age 2's DRM will work on PC.
George Hotz, the hacker who broke Sony's PS3 security, has defended his actions in the face of a lawsuit.
Ubisoft appears to have silently disabled its controversial always-on DRM.
Tim Schafer says publishers are to blame for the lack of PC releases.
CD Projekt has announced that it will pursue fines for pirates of The Witcher 2.
Blizzard has moved to ban players who have cheated in StarCraft 2, even if just in singleplayer.
Capcom has decided not to launch SSFIV on PC, blaming pirates for the decision.
Nintendo has successfully lobbied the UK Government into making R4s illegal.
Pre-owned games have been blamed by analysts for falling sales.
New figures from a Japanese trade group suggest handheld game piracy cost £29bn over five years.
We chat to Blizzard's Frank Pearce about piracy, mods and the relevance of e-sports in Europe.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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