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    Piracy 101

    When someone steals a car or a purse, it’s called theft. But when the item stolen is a movie, TV show or sports broadcast, the offense is copyright infringement or what’s known as content piracy. By taking advantage of the same technologies and systems that deliver legitimate content, pirates distribute illegal content across the world. It’s so widespread you might have watched stolen content without knowing it. Downloading, streaming or otherwise accessing pirated content is against the law and it comes with risks. Read about the dangers here.

    Is Free Content Worth the Risk of Infection?

    Infographic: Downloading or streaming pirated content seems like a cheap and easy way to see that latest hit show, new file or big game, but illegal content comes with significant risk of malware.

    Five Facts to Help Keep Your Family Safe from the Risks of Pirated Content

    Educating your children about the risks associated with pirate content will help keep your family's home network secure and your sensitive information safe.

    Types of Piracy with Katie Linendoll

    A nationally-recognized technology expert who is a regular contributor to The Today Show and the Weather Channel, Katie Linendoll has critical information for people wondering where to watch pirated movies or how to find illegal sports streaming.

    The Danger of RATs

    Malware infection is the most likely and potentially most harmful negative consequence of accessing pirated TV, film and sports content. Malware comes in different...

    Considering Pirated Content? Four Reasons Why You Shouldn’t

    Infographic: On the surface, free or ridiculously cheap TV, film and sports content seems like a great deal. But there are four good reasons why pirated content is a bad idea.

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