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Streaming Sites Dominate Movie and TV-Show Piracy
Posted on Wednesday July 27, 2016

For many years torrent sites were the go-to destination for most movie and TV-show pirates. However, new data shows that this is no longer the case. The vast majority of unauthorized videos are now consumed through pirate streaming sites, good for more than 57 billion visits during last year alone.

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James Cameron: Theater Experience Key to Containing Piracy
Posted on Wednesday July 27, 2016

James Cameron says that the key to containing movie piracy is preserving the theater experience as something special but his wife, Gale Anne Hurd, is a little more militant. The producer of The Terminator and Aliens says torrent site sharing is not as it seems, with operators making "billions".

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Pirate Bay Founder: The ‘Piracy’ Scene Needs Innovation
Posted on Tuesday July 26, 2016

Pirate Bay co-founder Peter Sunde says that the "piracy" scene needs more innovation if it wants to sustain itself. In the wake of the KickassTorrents shutdown, he argues that the current ecosystem relies too heavily on a few large sites. More decentralization is the key to solve this vulnerability.

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Steal This Show S01E14: KickassTorrents Down!
Posted on Tuesday July 26, 2016

Today we bring you the next episode of the Steal This Show podcast, discussing the shutdown of KickassTorrent following a criminal complaint from the United States Government. Our guests are Pirate Bay founder Peter Sunde, isoHunt founder Gary Fung and U.S. Pirate Party chairman Andrew Norton.

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Openload Domain Suspended By Namecheap
Posted on Tuesday July 26, 2016

Openload, one of the largest file-hosting sites on the Internet, has had its domain suspended. According to the site's operator, domain registrar Namecheap took action last evening after receiving "too many DMCA complaints". Openload says all complaints are actioned within 24 hours.

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