For terrorism - in whatever form, or in whatever location - to be successful it needs cash. Cash to buy arms, to finance the operatives who engage in their criminal activities, and in some instances, to bribe officials. The following analyses examine some of the links between counterfeiting, piracy and terrorism and the criminal acquisition of money of these groups.
Many rights owners now view copyright infringement as an inevitability, but we think otherwise - here’s 7 reasons why pirates will lose the copyright war:
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.
We look at the best and worst methods of tackling digital piracy across different countries, examining copyright law from the strictest to the most lax.
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?
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 piracy apps comparable to Netflix open up media piracy to a new generation, and highlight the indisputable attractiveness of the dark side.
Europe has the biggest problem with piracy. We look at what is being done to challenge the practice, and how countries vary.