It appears that the film companies, and the cinemas for that matter have no idea just how extortionate these prices are (or maybe they do.) It feels like they don't realise that most people can't afford the prices they are charging in order to go to the cinema, therefore more and more people are turning to a 'life of crime' in order to obtain films to get some release from the hardships of day to day life.
An internet pirate who made hundreds of thousands of pounds from his illegal download website committed contempt of court
A high court there has bumped up the accused pirate's monthly living allowance from $20,000 New Zealand dollars to $60,000
Controversial file-sharing website The Pirate Bay has faced more than its share of legal troubles over the past few years
Protesters against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (Acta) took to the streets of Europe on Sunday to protest the
A phone call between the FBI and Scotland Yard has been intercepted by hacking group Anonymous, revealing a conversation
Kim Dotcom, the founder of the file-sharing website Megaupload has been denied bail in a New Zealand court, The Guardian
US prosecutors have said that data belonging to Megaupload users and stored by third parties could be deleted as soon as
How Not to Fight Online Piracy: US Government Paranoia May Stifle the Internet at its Most Crucial Time
The start of 2012 hasn't been smooth sailing for the internet and its users. First up, the US government attempted to introduce the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA) as a way of protecting US citizens' intellectual property on the internet. Most worrying, out of America's attempts to legitimise US companies attempts at suing individuals - the EU has now signed up to a similar bill.
His numberplate reads GOD, he generously sponsored Auckland's annual New Year's Eve fireworks, rents one of New Zealand's