Streaming content from pirate services carries risks. Here are just a few.
As we find ourselves with not much to do And a lot of time to do it Our appetite for TV and film has never been greater.
Content piracy hurts more people than you might imagine.
Avoiding pirated content is easier with a little awareness of how pirate services work.
More streaming at home means an increased risk of malware infection.
Our experts sound off on "too good to be true" content. When it comes to piracy devices, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.
Not all technology is created equal. And some disreputable devices have slipped through the cracks, claiming to offer access to free movies, TV shows and games.
The Digital Citizens Alliance (DCA) reports that as more Americans turn to streaming, cyber threat actors have become more active than ever and it’s time we take piracy seriously.
A common repercussion of viewing pirated content is malware infection, the effects of which range from annoying to painful.
Cybercriminals can't attack our PCs, devices and networks without our help. And our anti-virus software is unlikely to protect us.