Can the movie studios beat online piracy?
But Voltage Pictures is already trying.
In the future, we won’t own things because it won’t make sense. Why should ideas be any different?
Last year was full of protests, from Occupy to the Arab Spring, and so far 2012 has kept the rebellious spirit alive.
Entertainment industries are actually growing, despite the supposed heavy toll file sharing is having.
Porn parodies are making big profits through obvious copying and exploitation of intellectual property.
Video game developer lawyer Maxime Gagne talks about consumer rights, digital locks and Canada’s latest copyright bill.
It may only be a matter of time before these porn producers learn a hard lesson.
In a nutshell, Bill C-11 could criminalize common practices that most people have been engaging in for years.
Unblock Us gets Canadian Netflix subscribers American content, but its legality is questionable.
The ability to get stuff “free” is not based on opportunity. It’s based on desire.