Review Anthem Review
A big song and dance about nothing.
Wants to concentrate on gamers.
No more secure than a text file.
TorrenFreak dishes the dirt on the most downloaded torrents this year.
Popular torrent list site, Isohunt is down due to a technical issue but will be back soon.
Gamers are buying games, but then downloading cracked versions to avoid DRM.
Ubisoft has been accused of pirating its own soundtrack, then selling it within a Collector's Edition.
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.
CD Projekt has announced that it will pursue fines for pirates of The Witcher 2.
RedLynx, the developer of Trials 2, has admitted it uploaded torrents of it's own game to the internet.
iPhone developer Smells Like Donkey has complained about rampant piracy on the platform.
If you're playing Batman: Arkham Asylum from a pirated version then we've got bad news for you...
Sony is working on a way for PSP owners to turn their UMD games into digital versions for the PSP Go.
According to statistics offered up by Stardock, Demigod has had five times more pirates than actual players in the US.
Abandonware is a complex topic and the legality of it has been the cause for many a court case. In an effort to clear things up we examine the different types of Abandonware, as well as listing some of the best abandonware games that you can currently download.
Ubisoft has officially confirmed reports that the PC version of Prince of Persia will be free of any DRM.
TorrentFreak has posted a list of the top ten games which were copied and shared over bit-torrent this year.
Fallout 3 has been leaked already as a torrent, but only for the Xbox 360 apparently.
A pre-alpha, though largely functional, copy of µTorrent for Mac OS X - based on the popular Windows software - has been leaked, ironically via BitTorrent.
Are you looking for a stylish, two disk network storage device that offers RAID support, P2P, HTTP and FTP download managers, DLNA and Gigabit Ethernet. Is it worth spending the fancy cash on QNAP's flashy TS-209 II Turbo NAS? We dived in to find out.
EA's Peter Moore has some ideas about how to battle piracy, namely going against the idea of suing game pirates.
2K Games has just announced that the SecuROM anti-pirate software included in BioShock has now been completely removed.
The Creature Creator demo of Spore has been leaked ahead of schedule and is now available online.
The Max Planck Institute for Software Systems is running a project designed to gather data on which ISPs block BitTorrent traffic - and you can help.
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.
The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular file sharing sites on the web, is now facing prosecution for conspiracy to break the law.
The blog of an Activision employee has revealed that Call of Duty 4 piracy is running rampant despite the efforts of developers, possibly damaging PC games as a whole.
Got yourself a spangly new Eee PC? Well there's already an alternative OS out there if you want to be a little different to everyone else.
A Canadian ISP is trialling a new invasive service that currently lets users know about their current bandwidth use, however the possibilities this service could provide are a little more sinister.
An independent film producer has spoken out to thank Internet pirates for pushing his little-known film into the limelight.
Police in Middlesbrough have arrested the man behind Oink.me.uk, one of the world's biggest illegal music file sharing sites.
Radiohead's latest album was made available over the Internet for as little as fans wanted to pay, which was too much apparently.
The torrenting world has taken a couple of major hits this week. First isoHunt blocks US users and then Demonoid goes offline.
The latest casualties in the wake of the MediaDefender leak last week might be the companies that hired MD to do their dirty work.
What can only be called a case of ultimate irony, Media Defender, a company dedicated to stopping the spread of music and movies on P2P networks, has had internal documents leaked onto the Internet.
Shut down the iPlayer? NEVER! Secret background processes continue to hog your Internet connection despite what you tell it to do.
Amid an ever increasing amount of lawsuits in the US, UK citizens are downloading more unauthorised music then ever before.