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Can superhero parodies rescue the porn business?

We all know he can leap tall buildings in a single bound and bend steel in his bare hands. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that during a time of crisis even the porn industry turns to Superman. Full story

Pirates raid chemical tanker off Togo, injure crew

ABUJA (Reuters) - Pirates looted a chemical tanker and injured some of its crew off the coast of Togo this week, its government and a maritime agency said on Thursday, underscoring increasing threats to shipping in West African waters. Full story

France eliminates threat to cut off internet pirates

PARIS (Reuters) - France has put an end to the most controversial element of a copyright piracy law that allowed the government to cut off the Internet subscriptions of repeat offenders. Full story

The Ethics Coach on Pirating Software, Copying the Competition and More

This month we tackle thorny questions about pirates, extreme imitation and angry creditors. Full story

Megaupload founder wins access to evidence seized in raid

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - A New Zealand court granted Megaupload founder Kim Dotcom access on Friday to all evidence seized by police in a 2012 raid, bolstering the Internet entrepreneur's fight against extradition to the United States to face online piracy charges. Full story

Don't Believe the Hype About Hollywood Malware

No, Hollywood isn't planning to put malware on your computer. Full story

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  The legacy of Aaron Swartz

Author and professor Susan Crawford, Harvard professor Lawrence Lessig, and the Up with Chris Hayes panel reflect on Internet piracy, the difference between physical and intellectual property, and the causes that Aaron Swartz was committed to.

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