Will the end of .mov files be enough to switch focus from the Pirate Bay and EZTV to Popcorn Time?
EZTV is again online barely two weeks after it was taken down. Fans of the Pirate Bay won't feel as lucky.
Peter Sunde said that the ethos of The Pirate Bay has changed, and that its current owners follow ideals different from those of its founders.
Two music publishers have filed a lawsuit against an Internet service provider for allegedly allowing "repeat infringement" of copyrights.
The Pirate Bay is again in Hollywood's crosshairs, facing the risk of being taken down in Sweden.
Democrats, Republicans and Silicon Valley all agree patent reform is necessary. So what's taking so long?
Fredrick Neij's detention in Thailand has little impact on the Pirate Bay's distribution of illicit movie torrents.
Hans Fredrik Lennart Neij was arrested while attempting to enter Thailand after nearly four years on the run.
Stealing torrent files of the "TIMFundamentals" series could earn Pirate Bay downloaders a lawsuit.
A new trade agreement could have big implications for Big Pharma.
Known colloquially as the Netflix for pirates, the site is experiencing a resurgence after a brief outage.
Demonoid is down again in parts of Europe, months after returning from a long hiatus.
The Pirate Bay tends to attract malicious advertisers, and administrators have either failed to do their due diligence or simply ignored the risk.
Under an amendment to UK copyright law, parodies may be deemed illegitimate if individual judges find them unfunny.
Cash-strapped students are posting PDF files of popular, expensive textbooks on illicit torrent sites.
The Pirate Bay and KickAss.to are helping to disseminate nude photos of stars, prompting questions about their crusader identities.