More p2p Stories BitTorrent-based video streaming app Popcorn Time may be the media darling of the moment, but it doesn’t account for a whole lot of P2P traffic — at least not yet. Popcorn Time usage makes up for  less than 1 percent of torrent downloads in March, according […] Read more at GigaOM »

loading external resource Gradual copyright enforcement legislation, also known as three-strikes laws, don’t curb piracy: That’s the result of a new study that looked at the effectiveness of France’s anti-piracy legislation, which fines and disconnects users after repeat warnings. Researchers found, according to Torrentfreak, that this simply results […] Read more at GigaOM »

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The internet telephony service Skype got a good deal out of the net neutrality vote earlier this week, with the FCC deciding that Skype and… Read more »

Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1
photo: Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 1 (Warner Bros.)

Prosecuting the criminals that steal content is one way of fighting piracy. Over at Warner Bros. (NYSE: TWX), they’re adopting a more opport… Read more »

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Some interesting legal tidbits for the day:

»  The sharing of data through referral URLs — where companies pass on more about t… Read more »

Morning Lowdown
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»  If you want a white iPhone, better be patient. Apple (NSDQ: AAPL) has experienced delays again and says the white version won’t… Read more »

Robinson Crusoe on raft
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Looks like the sale saga of The Pirate Bay may not be over quite yet. The sale of the site’s domain and trademarks to Swedish software firm… Read more »

'Buy music' on iMac
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You could shut down all the P2P BitTorrent trackers in the world but web pirates would still find other ways to share files directly with ea… Read more »

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