Online piracy is most commonly associated with films and music. But software piracy is a widespread and often ignored side of the issue, one that brands often struggle to prevent.
The creators of PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds (PUBG) have filed a major lawsuit against Epic Games, the creators of Fortnite, citing apparent copyright infringement from Epic Games.
Video games are increasingly being cracked by pirates on or even before their release day. With copy protection failing, is it game over for developers?
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:
While more consumers will shop online to avoid the stresses this Christmas, hundreds of fake retail apps could leave them not just disappointed, but at risk of malware attacks.
It’s on more Android phones than the dating app Tinder, people spend more time on this app than Twitter, it’s the most googled phrase on the internet and it was only launched 1 week ago. It’s Pokemon Go. If you are skepticle about the scale of Pokemon Go have a look at your local park. When you see clusters of people (ages from 14 - 40) wandering around following instructions from their phones, looking particuarly excited and intense, the chances are, these are Pokemon Go users.