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HBO's 'Game of Thrones' premiere will be the most pirated TV episode of all time

The season premiere of Game of Thrones was HBO’s most-watched program since the series finale of The Sopranos in 2007. And it will soon earn another distinction: the… 255 more words

Torrentfreak founder says removing delays and restrictions will reduce piracy

Torrentfreak founder, Ernesto Van Der Sar, has said filmmakers must remove restrictions and delays if they wish to reduce piracy figures.

Piracy

TorrentFreak: PIRATE BAY PARTNERS WITH NEUROSCIENTISTS TO LAUNCH “VIRTUAL BAY”

“The Pirate Bay is known to surprise the world around this time of year, but a new plan announced today goes far beyond what we’ve seen in the past. 38 more words

Tech And Gadget

DEMONOID - Demonoid are back on line - 30th March 2014

Demonoid are back online – as of today 30th March 2014.  Her coders have made her run via cloud computing.  Your old account is active. 184 more words

Which VPN services take your anonymity seriously - 2014 edition - TorrentFreak

https://torrentfreak.com/which-vpn-services-take-your-anonymity-seriously-2014-edition-140315/

Millions of people use a VPN service to protect their privacy, but not all VPNs are as anonymous as one might hope. In fact, some VPN services log users’ IP-addresses for weeks. 415 more words

Time to Punish DMCA Takedown Abusers, WordPress Owners Say

General Counsel for Automattic, the company behind WordPress, has spoken today about how the DMCA process is being manipulated to stifle freedom of expression. During a House Judiciary Subcommittee hearing on the limitations of copyright liability for online service providers, the blogging platform called for “clear legal consequences” for those who abuse the system. 34 more words

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Popcorn Time, a new streaming BitTorrent site, takes on Netflix

Popcorn Time, a new streaming BitTorrent site, takes on Netflix — RT USA.

RT News

March 12, 2014

A new torrent application that allows users to stream Hollywood movies to various devices has been advertised as a free, possibly illegal challenger to Netflix, although its success depends on whether casual downloaders are willing to take the plunge. 817 more words

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