BitTorrent

ZeroPaid Interviews TorrentLitigation.com

We talk a lot about national and international copyright laws a lot, but one of the issues that receives less

Torrent Users Coming to Grips With Demonoid Shut Down

For a lot of Torrent users, Demonoid was a one stop shop for a lot of different kinds of content.

BitTorrent and DJ Shadow Join Forces to Monetize Torrent Downloads

Software company BitTorrent and DJ Shadow are to experiment with monetizing torrent downloads. BitTorrent, creators of the BitTorrent and uTorrent

Pirate Bay UK Ban has No Effect on File-Sharing

Unsurprising results show that the Pirate Bay UK ban has had little to no effect on file sharing. The UK

OneClick Chrome Extension Eliminates Need for BitTorrent Client

OneClick Chrome extension downloads BitTorrent files in your browser, and eliminates need for a standalone BitTorrent client. The OneClick Chrome extension

Leap Second Crashes The Pirate Bay [Updated]

Panic ensued over The Pirate Bay going down. The problem for about two hours was that no one knew why

The Pirate Bay Goes Down for Unknown Reasons

Swedish BitTorrent website ThePirateBay has been experiencing some downtime recently. Unfortunately, no one seems to know why the site is

Porn Company: Internet Providers Also Guilty of Copyright Infringement

In the US, if someone uses your internet connection and uses it for copyright infringing activity, are you also guilty

Google Releases Transparency Report of Takedown Requests

Google is offering a rather insightful look of what is being requested to be taken down. Many were copyright related,

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 18 – Yet Another Study Recommending Adaptation

Our long-running series of what file-sharing studies are really saying is nearly at a close now. The second to last

Breaking News: The Pirate Bay DDOS Attacker Revealed

We’ve been following the news of the DDOS attack on Swedish BitTorrent website The Pirate Bay and Wikileaks. Now, ZeroPaid

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 16 – Focus on Adaptation, Not on Shuttering P2P

We are starting to near the end of our series. While we’ve found quite a lot, there’s still something left

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 10 – Filesharing’s Growing Popularity

We have moved into the second half of our long-running series of what file-sharing studies really say. After everything we’ve

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 9 – ‘Graduated Response’ Laws Failed to Strike a Balance

Our series of what file-sharing studies are really saying has revealed a lot of telling information. With an incredible amount

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 8 – Supply of Music Has Not Shrank Because of Napster

Our investigation into what studies have been really saying all along has really unearthed a number of gems already –

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 7 – Piracy Increases Producers Profits

We’ve already seen over a half a dozen studies of varying viewpoints that seem to confirm what a lot of

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 6 – Lower Prices, Not Enforcement is Key

Our series in to the various studies done on file-sharing has certainly been an informative endeavor so far. In our

Telegraph Reporter Compares Illegal Downloading to Drunk Driving

Late last month, the UK High Court ordered ISPs in the UK to prevent users from accessing Swedish BitTorrent website

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 5 – Producers Lose Less Than $2 Per Album

We are more than a quarter of the way through our series of studies that evaluate filesharing. In the next

What Filesharing Studies Really Say – Part 4 – MPAA Preserving It’s Oligopoly

We are continuing our running series on what file-sharing studies are really saying. We’ve already explored how the RIAA is