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# Piracy

Last year
'Dodgy box' providers warned that authorities are clamping down on illegal streaming services
All time
Qatar-based TV partner calls on Premier League to block Saudi takeover of Newcastle United
Three popular illegal streaming sites have been blocked by Irish courts
The EU is continuing its war with Somali pirates
Megaupload mogul Kim Dotcom wants to live-stream his fight against the United States
Netflix doesn't believe its unblocker crackdown will cause users to leave
Top 10 list for pirated movies shows big increase in downloads for 2015
Software pirate ordered to make a viral video to avoid paying a major fine
The US claims this man cost the TV and film industry more than $500m
Piracy sites are banning Windows 10 users because they're worried about privacy
Leaked Game of Thrones episodes downloaded one million times already
Australia has just set a major precedent against online piracy, but could the same happen here?
Cut the music: Police bust illegal karaoke website
Norwegian people aren't pirating music any more - here's why
Google was asked to remove 345 million 'pirate' links in 2014
The Walking Dead was trending in Ireland this morning, thanks to piracy
Remember Megavideo? Its founder is offering €3.7mn for dirt on the US Government
Android pirates plead guilty in first counterfeit apps case
Ban on Pirate Bay lifted by Dutch court
Google Glass moviegoer detained by US Homeland Security over piracy fears
Clampdown on Somali pirates leads to 40 per cent drop in incidents worldwide
Somali piracy is down 90 per cent from last year
Russia switches Greenpeace activists' charges from piracy to 'hooliganism'
Greenpeace activists could face 15 years in Russian prison for piracy
Game of Thrones makers think illegal downloading is "better than an Emmy"
Bruton insists 'Pirate Bay' ruling will not mean bans on legal content
High Court orders six Irish internet providers to block The Pirate Bay
Record labels file suit against Irish ISPs
Japan introduces new illegal downloading laws with prison terms
First person jailed in UK for linking to pirated copies of TV shows and films
Piracy case against megaupload founder is a threat to internet innovation, says Apple's Wozniak
EU carries out air strikes on Somali pirates
EU digital affairs chief admits controversial ACTA treaty likely to fail
EU agrees on referral of ACTA to European Court of Justice
European Court of Justice asked to rule on legality of ACTA treaty
Cork teenager organises protest against ACTA
Bulgarian minister pushes for delay on ACTA ratification
EMI Vice President comes out against SOPA and ACTA
Column: A response to Sean Sherlock's Drivetime interview on #SOPAIreland
Paul Quigley