Online piracy

In the same week that a new YouGov study claimed that five million Brits are using pirated TV streaming services and we celebrated
Internet connected TV set-top boxes and sticks are a great way to enjoy digital entertainment through the home television and no doubt many people will have received such a device this Christmas.
Children these days will literally laugh if you tell them that you used to pay for music; to them it's a free medium. Many don't seem to comprehend what it means for a creative industry to be in decline
The last winner, Louisa Johnson, was the first EVER winner not to make it to number one... The reality is, X Factor is losing momentum as well as it's impact on the charts, so it'll be interesting to see if Simon can turn it around. Can you imagine a world without X Factor? I certainly can.
Digital streaming services like Netflix and Spotify are reducing piracy, according to an article in the Daily Telegraph earlier
Can it ever be OK to lose ourselves completely in a film, book or piece of music - and yet contribute nothing to those people who made that experience possible?
The Pirate Bay is back up and running from a web address based in Costa Rica after Swedish authorities tried to shut the
A deal brokered between content providers and internet companies suggests that online music piracy is to be targeted, with
Tina Hobley has revealed her 'Holby City' exit storyline will see her character of 12 years, Chrissie Williams, leave the
The tiny Caribbean island of Antigua is to become a digital piracy haven after being given permission by the World Trade Organisation (WTO) to launch a website that would distribute music, movies and software without compensating US copyright holders after a decade long saga of abuse by the US.