Unsinkable torrent site The Pirate Bay was temporarily down after police raided file-sharing servers in as many as 14 European countries on Tuesday morning. TorrentFreak, one of the web's most prominent torrent news sites, reports that the main target was the Pirate Bay's ISP in Sweden, where police tried to find out who was using two specific IP addresses. More raids happened in major Swedish cities, including at one university.
A little less than one week after its servers were raided and taken down, you can find copies of The Pirate Bay online once again. See also: The Pirate Bay Goes Offline Following A Raid By Swedish Police Torrent site isoHunt has put... Read Post
It's been more than 24 hours since a Swedish police raid took down file sharing site the Pirate Bay, marking the site’s longest downtime in eight years. See also: The Pirate Bay Goes Offline Following A Raid By Swedish Police The to... Read Post