Authorities Just Shut Down What.CD, the Best Music Torrenting Community

Torrenting’s long goodbye just claimed another victim.

Popcorn Time, the Netflix of Piracy, Has Already Shut Down

Well, that didn't last long. Just a little over a week ago, Popcorn Time descended upon the masses as a way to easily (if perhaps not entirely legally) stream torrents straight to your computer. Now, though, amidst pressure regarding piracy, Popcorn Time has officially closed its doors. Read More >>

Infamous BitTorrent Tracker Demonoid Resurrected to Fill Your Computer With Malware

Long-running Bittorrent tracker Demonoid appeared to be attempting another relaunch this week, although it's almost certain the return was a scam designed to trick people into visiting a malicious site to fill their computers with malware. Read More >>

Demonoid Part III: Return Of the Tracker

Back in April, Demonoid vanished from the internet in the face of a well-coordinated DDos attack and server raid. Looks like it's gonna take more than just a disgruntled US government to take down one of the internet's favourite torrent sites though. Read More >>

Nationally Blocking Pirate Bay Doesn’t Affect P2P Traffic

Two months ago the Netherlands and UK governments ordered ISPs to block The Pirate Bay. Now, figures from a number of ISPs confirm exactly what we, though obviously not the governments, knew: it doesn't make any difference whatsoever to P2P traffic. Read More >>

Loose Lips Don’t Sink Pirate Ships, as ISPs Tell All That Censoring the Pirate Bay Is a Lost Cause

Ahh The Pirate Bay. Its notoriety is far and wide, and the torrent site has been blocked and censored in many countries now, including our very own Blighty. Yet a mountain of evidence has been piling up that points to these blocks proving as useless as we all thought. BitTorrent traffic continues unabated, and in some cases, has actually increased. Read More >>

Torrent Users Throw a Hissy Fit Over Changing File Types

Sadly, even though digital pirates are anarchic on one level, they do still need rules and, in fact, the overlords of torrent sites often meet to establish quality standards. Sadly, their latest decisions have the torrent community up in arms. Read More >>

BitTorrent Inventor: My Goal Is to Kill Off Television

Torrent sites have been having a turbulent time recently, but that doesn't bother BitTorrent inventor Bram Cohen. Instead, he's insistent that peer-to-peer sharing is the future of the way we consume media. Read More >>

File Sharing Is Now an Official Religion In Sweden

Rejoice, brothers! File sharing is now an official religion in Sweden. For real. It took two years, but it's done: it's called the Missionary Church of Kopimism and has Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V as its sacred symbols. Read More >>

The Top 10 Most Pirated Movies of All Time

TorrentFreak recently published a list of the most pirated movies over BitTorrent of all time and apparently, what we watch in theaters is what we like to pirate off the Internet. All of the most popular movies have been illegally downloaded a gazillion times. Read More >>