Archive for the ‘enigmax’ Category

MULVE SHUTS DOWN

Sunday, October 17th, 2010

After October 8's shock news that police had arrested an individual connected with the Mulve music software, TorrentFreak confirms that the grounds - as with the failed OiNK case - are Conspiracy to Defraud. TorrentFreak's Enigmax noted: "As we try to understand this decision we speak at length with Mulve's ...

MULVE - THE NIGHTMARE-SCENARIO MUSIC DOWNLOADING TOOL

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

As pressure on file-sharing continues to mount, many people are searching for ‘safer’ methods to acquire music. Enigmax of TorrentFreak brings news of an application that seems to be almost too good to be true. With a huge database of songs, Mulve delivers music to users’ desktops at amazing speeds ...

HIGH-PROFILE, HIGH DAMAGES FILE-SHARING ‘CONVICTION’ WAS A FARCE

Sunday, October 3rd, 2010

In 2008, lawyers Davenport Lyons courted the mainstream media with the news that a court had found a woman guilty of sharing the game Dream Pinball 3D, an action which cost her around £16,000. Anyone with an understanding of these cases knew that something was wrong and now, thanks to ...

JAMIE CULLUM: SHARING MUSIC SHOULD NOT BE A CRIME

Monday, December 28th, 2009

English singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum has admitted that, like many of his fellow Brits, he is an avid downloader of music. While noting that as many copies of his album have been downloaded as bought officially, Cullum says that punishing file-sharers is out of the question. Only cutting-edge legal services have ...

WHAT IF NO ONE WANTS TO SHARE YOUR MUSIC?

Thursday, March 26th, 2009

In the eyes of many artists and record labels, being heavily pirated is just about the worse thing that could happen. But what if there was a worse fate, one where people don't feel the desire to pirate your music at all? What if you make your music available for ...

MPAA ‘CASTRATES’ WORLD’S BIGGEST FanEdit MOVIE SITE

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Fanedits are fan-created versions of officially available movies. Fans spend huge amounts of time with sophisticated software to add, cut or alter scenes to improve the original or simply create different versions of a movie. Fanedit.org is the largest such community in the world and the MPAA has, in the ...