Well, that makes sense.
Fast Five and The Hangover Part II were illegally downloaded a lot; Twilight and Transformers weren't.
Take a guess, folks.
The Department of Homeland Security's Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement shut down a number of popular file-sharing sites over the holiday weekend.
Biden: "To state it very bluntly, piracy hurts."
He's a pirate.
Now here is something we bet Jennifer Lopez does not have a backup plan for!
"Now I’ve got the chance to be Neo and Mr. Smith at the same time!"
As if it weren't embarrassing enough to be caught downloading a Uwe Boll movie.
The London branch of Warner Bros. Entertainment is looking for a student to spy on file-sharers.
Why have so few awards movies leaked online?
It must have been the giant ships.
No, it wasn't Roger Friedman.
With a new blog!
Bad news for people who foolishly believe in the efficacy of judges' orders to remove copyright-infringing material from the Internet!
The BitTorrent site has been sold to a Swedish software company for the measly sum of 60 million Swedish kronar ($7.7 million).
If you're going to attempt to pirate a movie, you'd better be best friends with one of the film's stars!
Yarrrr! Roger Friedman got a new job.
Fox yesterday upped its estimate for the number of people it claims downloaded the leaked version of 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' from 1 million to 4 million.
Liev Schreiber did not download 'Wolverine.'
Warner has issued a YouTube takedown notice for a video presentation by first-amendment icon Lawrence Lessig, the web's most prominent defender of fair use.
The Pirate Bay guys demand a retrial.
A Swedish court today found four people behind the popular BitTorrent hub the Pirate Bay guilty of violating copyright law.
If 'Wolverine' bombs, Fox certainly can't blame it on negative publicity.