Porn piracy is posing a very real threat to the pornographic industry, but it’s a problem largely sidelined outside of the industry.
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:
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.
On-demand video services have experienced enormous success, thanks to their recognition of changing customer needs; however, has this change made audiences more open to illegally pirating movies?
With the start of a new year comes new box office expectations. But as another year went by, online movie piracy seems nowhere close to being over. Now that 2017 begins, we go through last year’s most pirated films.
Pirated version of highly-anticipated films and popular TV shows are emerging online as piracy continues to plague the media industry.
Also known as ‘Digital Natives’, millennials have grown-up surrounded by technology and embraced it across all aspects of life. As the cohort is now reaching adulthood, it's clear that their relationship with technology and the law differ from older generations.
A number of highly anticipated movies are due to be released in the coming weeks, including a few major contenders for the upcoming award season. But with so many illegal streaming apps and sites, pirated versions of these new releases could be availble online within hours of their cinematic debut.