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DJ Mag investigates the cynical money-making practice of digital music piracy...

Music piracy used to be a bit of home-taping of the Top 40 chart off the radio, or some guys selling illegal live bootleg tapes...

Drum & bass don joins fight against digital music piracy

Drum & bass pioneer tells DJ Mag why he's a music anti-piracy ambassador

Goldie, the legendary drum & bass DJ/producer, has been talking to DJ Mag about music piracy.

The Metalheadz man is an ambassador for AudioLock, one...

10% less people are illegally accessing music this year than in 2018

Music piracey levels have dropped over 10% in 20 countries in the 16-64 years old demographic, a report from The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry...

15% of UK adults have used a ripping-service...

Stream-ripping has now been tagged as the “most aggressive form of music piracy” by PRS for Music and the Intellectual Property Office.

According to recent...

The two exchanged insults over Twitter last night (March 2)

Kanye West and Deadmau5 have clashed on Twitter in a dispute over pirated software.

The feud started after the EDM producer called West out for...

The results were taken from Harvard International Masters of Law...

Most lawyers agreed that certain types of copyright infringement are acceptable, a study has found.

Conducted by Professor Dariusz Jemielniak of Kozminski University, 100 Harvard...

We speak to Croatia's Garden Festival founder, Eddie O'Callaghan

“We always realized that although we may have been the first to recognize the potential of the glorious Croatian coast as a venue for gathering music lovers from the UK and beyond, we certainly were not going to be the last,” Eddie O'Callaghan muses when asked about the recent influx of UK-led dance projects onto a playing field he effectively helped discover.

Delving into the treasure trove of Red Rack'em

Berlin-based Red Rack'em, AKA Danny Berman, might have started his career in the UK as part of the pirate soul movement, creating new tracks...

Next up on Dublin’s Goldbrick Records is new duo Privacy Policy with the ‘XKeyscore’ EP. Hear the crisp and bouncy ‘Recent Activity’ now...

Dublin label Goldbrick Records returns with its first release since Ringolevio’s ‘Vandalise The Donut Shops’ in September last year. Privacy Policy’s debut EP, ‘XKeyscore’...

Only 49% of people between the ages of 15 and 24 say they accessed pirated digital content in the last year

Music piracy is on the decline according to a new study conducted and published by the European Union Intellectual Property Office.

The study found that...

Rane’s new MP25 and MP26 mixers are once again leading the charge when it comes to permanent club installs

Anyone who has spent much time in DJ booths will have come across at least a few Rane mixers here and there, because let’s face...

The Streets announces 20th anniversary vinyl edition of ‘Original Pirate Material’

The Streets, aka the project of multi-instrumentalist Mike Skinner, has announced the release of a 20th anniversary vinyl edition of seminal 2002 album ‘Original Pirate...

The FCC has begun a national clampdown... 

Pirate radio is being targeted by US officials, with an aggressive new law having passed the House of Representatives and set to be put before...

All aboard...

Amsterdam is getting a new club with a very unique setting: noorderschip, housed within a 50-meter-long, old pirate radio boat.

The 300-capacity noorderschip, which has...