Posts Tagged ‘piracy’

Digg is digging its own grave

The colorful pile of user-submitted shit, better known as Digg, issued a little PR message regarding the recent censorship of HD-DVD decryption techniques. Nevermind the fact that these articles got upwards of 15 thousand votes or “diggs”, and were by far the most popular topics of the past week.

DVD ripping is legal ? not quite yet.

Kaleidescape, makers of ultra-high-end media center equipment, have won a court ruling vs the DVD CCA (copy control association), which alleged that the defendant’s product was illegally circumventing DVD copy protection. For you lazy tards, the Kaleidescape system is like a video iPod on steroids.

NIN releases tracks on TPB

Trent Reznor, the man behind Nine Inch Nails, released three songs off the latest album “Year Zero” in multitrack format, making it possible for just about anyone with music software to remix the tracks. That in itself is nothing new, he did the same thing two years ago when “With Teeth” was released.