Textbooks and academic journals have unwittingly provoked a market for pirate book websites. Is it too late to save the hurting publishing 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:
Very occasionally, copyright and piracy legal cases have a taste for the ironic. We’ve compiled a list of 7 hilariously ironic examples of piracy.
The pirate app industry is a $20 billion problem, putting users at risk of malware and siphoning revenue from developers and brands. Here’s how to end it:
We write on comic book piracy, including how comic books and manga have been affected by going digital, and how the industries can react to the problem.
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.
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.
As younger generations continue to choose mobile devices over traditional mediums, we look at changing media consumption habits and discuss if this will affect piracy.
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.