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01.04.16
Intel, Warner sue over device that strips 4K copy protection
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Intel, Warner sue over device that strips 4K copy protection

The industry isn't happy that you can yank anti-copying measures out of 4K Amazon and Netflix streams.

By J. Fingas,   01.04.16
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12.28.15
Social media led police straight to movie pirates
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Social media led police straight to movie pirates

Enforcement officials at the UK's Federation Against Copyright Theft found pirates' details on Facebook.

By D. Cooper,   12.28.15
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12.23.15
Kim Dotcom could face extradition to the US
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Kim Dotcom could face extradition to the US

The Megaupload mastermind still has time to appeal the ruling, though.

By T. Seppala,   12.23.15
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12.21.15
Pirate Bay co-founder builds a perpetual piracy machine
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Pirate Bay co-founder builds a perpetual piracy machine

Peter Sunde wants to show the madness of putting a price on digital copies.

By D. Cooper,   12.21.15
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11.29.15
The Pirate Bay won't be blocked on its home turf
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The Pirate Bay won't be blocked on its home turf

Sweden is one of the few countries in Europe that won't make internet providers block The Pirate Bay.

By J. Fingas,   11.29.15
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10.29.15
Sony's CD rootkit fiasco marks its inglorious 10th anniversary
10.29.15

Sony's CD rootkit fiasco marks its inglorious 10th anniversary

The repercussions of Sony's infamous CD copy protection are still being felt today.

By J. Fingas,   10.29.15
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10.27.15
Copyright exemption lets you modify old games to keep them running
10.27.15

Copyright exemption lets you modify old games to keep them running

The Library of Congress' exemption lets you modify abandoned games that depend on authentication servers.

By J. Fingas,   10.27.15
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