Blockchain is a public ledger that enables cryptocurrencies, but startups are gradually discovering its other uses, like fighting piracy and counterfeits.
We shed some light on how comic books and manga really have been affected by digital piracy, and how the industry can react to the problem.
Jon Snow will die unless you start legally watching Game of Thrones… so we’ve provided a helpful guide for streaming, whatever country you’re in.
A new initiative by TAG cuts off major advertising on piracy apps in an effort to stop digital piracy, but will it really work to shut sites down?
What international agreements are in place to protect Intellectual Property, and are they really effective in the digital age?
Millennials are resolute in their fight against proposed changes to EU copyright law, but is a movement toward free-for-all content realistic?
Mockbuster movies like Snakes on a Train surely more-than-tread the line between inspiration and imitation, so how is it they can continue to exist?
We introduce the ACE initiative which sees companies like Netflix and Disney teaming up, and outline its (huge) potential on the global war on piracy.
We look at how sites like Facebook are working to stop piracy by devaluing privacy, and the ethics and success of such strategies in the digital era.
We look at how piracy apps comparable to Netflix open up media piracy to a new generation, and highlight the indisputable attractiveness of the dark side.