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The surprising reason Game of Thrones’ piracy problem is set to continue

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-07-18
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  • Game of Thrones, piracy, streaming, television, torrents
During the recent premiere of the highly anticipated seventh season of HBO’s Game of Thrones, many fan’s excitement flickered and died when the cable network’s main website went down for an excruciatingly long time just as the episode started. In stead of the continuation of the story, a blank screen greeted them with an error […]
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What is Virtual Reality and how can you protect it from piracy?

  • Posted by Fred Lutz
  • On 2017-07-04
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  • blockchain, piracy, technology, virtual reality, VR
Imagine you are a biomedical engineer. You are sent on a mission to service the Hubble Space Telescope. While on a spacewalk, some debris from a blown-up defunct satellite hits the Hubble Telescope and you get separated from the ship. Another astronaut uses his thrusters to get to you and connects a tether to your […]
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What is Screener Copy and why should you use it

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-06-30
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  • distribution, piracy, screener copy, software, technology
Every independent filmmaker and distributor need a secure online platform to distribute their content without the persistent fear of piracy
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10 fascinating facts about indie films that will blow your mind

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-06-21
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  • bill murray, blair witch project, bryan singer, ellen burstyn, ethan hawke, facts, film, independent film, indie, john ottman, little miss sunchine, movies, sofia coppola, terminator
We all love a good movie. That joyous feeling of sitting back with a bucket of salty popcorn and being swept away to a different world for an hour or two. But these amazing facts about some of your favourite indies will blow your mind.
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10 independently produced movies that became massive blockbusters

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-06-14
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  • box office, income, independent filmmaking, money, movies, profits, return on investment
It’s no secret that movies can be darn expensive to produce. And in an age where the average cost of a film now exceeds $100 million, it’s worthwhile to remember that the bigger the budget does not necessarily lead to bigger profit margins.
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As more unaired episodes leak, Netflix continues the war on piracy

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-06-05
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  • ABC, Disney, hackers, hacking, Netflix, orange is the new black, piracy, technology
On Monday, the ominous hacking group TheDarkOverlord returned with a bang when it announced the release of eight episodes of the still-unaired TV show Steve Harvey’s Funderdome on The Pirate Bay.
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Some of the biggest pre-release movie leaks ever

  • Posted by Petrus Malherbe
  • On 2017-05-19
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  • film, filmmaking, leaks, piracy, pre-release, screeners
Though it doesn't happen often, a lot have movies have leaked to file sharing sites weeks, sometimes even months before their official release date.
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