While in Sydney, Sofia Chang, VP and GM of HBO, has made some carefully worded comments on Australia's penchant for getting Game of Thrones via BitTorrent.
Some critics have blamed Australian pay TV service Foxtel's "outdated" business model for record breaking downloads of HBO's wildly popular show, but is the criticism warranted?
Once again, Game of Thrones has broken all torrenting records -- records the show had already set itself.
In a submission to the Australian Government, Google has said that harsh regulation is not the solution to piracy, which is the result of poor "availability and pricing".
British police have come up with a new way of cutting off funding to websites that illegally share music and movies.
Commentary: Even in the age of Spotify and Netflix, the movie-going experience remains largely intact. Not because of greed, but because filmmaking has no good alternative.
One year after Tor launched its DRM-free store, the publisher has said that there has been "no discernible increase" in piracy.
US Ambassador Bleich has said that piracy is no more a compliment than someone "hitting on your partner", and asked that we, like Lannisters, "always pay our debts".
HBO wants to stop illegal downloads of its hit series by making sure people have legal alternatives.
Game of Thrones director David Petrarca has said that the hit show hasn't been hurt by piracy at all; in fact, it may have helped.