Canadian Pirate Site Blocks Could Spread to VPNs, Professor Warns

A group of prominent Canadian ISPs and movie industry companies are determined to bring pirate site blocking efforts to North America. This plan has triggered a fair amount of opposition, including cautioning analyses from law professor Michael Geist, who warns of potential overblocking and fears that VPN services could become the next target.

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Epic Games Uses Private Investigators to Locate Cheaters

After hiring the services of a private investigations firm, Epic Games discovered they'd sued another minor for alleged cheating. The gaming company asked the court to keep the personal information of the kid under seal. A private investigator was also used to locate another minor defendant in a separate case, who is now risking a default judgment.

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Comcast Explains How It Deals With Persistent Pirates

Dating back to the turn of the last century, copyright holders have alerted Internet providers about alleged copyright infringers on their network. While many ISPs forwarded these notices to their subscribers, most were not very...

Voksi Releases Detailed Denuvo-Cracking Video Tutorial

Earlier this week, version 4.9 of the Denuvo anti-tamper system, which had protected Assassins Creed Origin for the past several months, was defeated by Italian cracking group CPY. While Denuvo would probably paint four months...