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by Joe HindyMay 8, 20164

‘Paid apps for free’ pirates plead guilty: to be sentenced on August 1

Android app pirates that pleaded guilty to charges of criminal copyright infringement may face up to five years in jail when they are sentenced on August 1.
by Kris CarlonMay 3, 201652

Noodlecake takes revenge on pirates with an unbeatable game

Noodlecake Studios uploaded its own Shooting Stars game to torrent sites to send a message to pirates.
by Robert TriggsAugust 12, 20153

Monument Valley developer sheds light on recent Android “piracy” controversy

Monument Valley developers Ustwo have caused a little bit of commotion around the Internet over the past few days. Ustwo's Dan Gray has now taken to an interview to clear the air on a ...
by Jimmy WestenbergJanuary 7, 201559

Hollywood continues to blame Google for piracy

Lawyers from the MPAA and several major studios blame Google for creating problems with piracy.
by William Neilson JrDecember 13, 201422

Google hammers down on Pirate Bay apps, removes several from Play Store

Google is taking a harder stance on piracy-related apps, and recently removed a number of Pirate Bay apps from the Play store.
by Eric McBrideDecember 6, 201465

Luxury watch companies go after pirated smartwatch faces

In a move that can only be seen as a logical progression of piracy, smartwatch faces are looking more and more luxurious. Big brands are none too happy.
by Matthew BensonNovember 24, 201431

Ohio man pleads guilty to selling pirated copies of Android mobile apps

Scott Walton admitted to distributing pirated copies of Android mobile apps.
by William Neilson JrNovember 6, 201410

Movie theaters and studios continue to bury their heads in the sand with technology

Theaters refuse to show a movie that was scheduled to be released on Netflix at the same time it hit the theaters.
by William Neilson JrOctober 6, 201437

MPAA pushes site-blocking as a way to deal with piracy

MPAA believes that forcing ISP's to block web-sites can stop piracy.
by William Neilson JrAugust 30, 201413
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