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Why we love to hate the entertainment industry

The entertainment industry is suing Bredbandsbolaget, the Swedish ISP, over refusing to block The Pirate Bay. The trial is set for October 23, 2015, in Stockholm. Bredbandsbolaget has a compelling argument: “It is an important principle...Show More Summary

ISP Categorically Refuses to Block Pirate Bay – Trial Set For October

Following a hearing last month during which agreement was sought between entertainment companies and Swedish ISP Bredbandsbolaget, the provider has confirmed there will be no compromise. The ISP will not block The Pirate Bay and insists that customers have the right to communicate freely online. Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay's Return Continues to Be a Trainwreck

The Pirate Bay has been back online for roughly a month, after a Swedish raid knocked it offline for two months. But does it even matter? The site's comeback has been fraught with problems from the get-go. In the days before it relaunched, the placeholder site was hosting malware. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Uploads Stop Working

The Pirate Bay is still having difficulty keeping the ship afloat. After a curious login problem redirected users to the wrong accounts this weekend, the upload functionality now appears to be broken. As a result, no new files have been added to the site for half a day. Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay Will be Blocked in Portugal

Following a European trend, the Portuguese Intellectual Property Court has ordered local ISPs to block access to The Pirate Bay. The legal action, brought by copyright holders, resulted in an injunction which orders the ISPs to block access to the popular torrent site and dozens of its proxies. Show More Summary

What Motivates People to Record and Upload Pirated Movies and Music?

Piracy is big. Despite the big media companies playing Whack-A-Mole with the Pirate Bay, it’s probably around to stay. I used to pirate files, services like Spotify and Netflix have stopped me. But I’ve always wondered: where do pirated files come from? At the center of it all are release groups, and their members. Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay website is down again

The Pirate Bay may be back, but its return has not been easy. The notorious torrent search engine was — after years of failed attempts — shuttered by authorities in a raid late last year for helping facilitate copyright infringement....Show More Summary

Pirate Bay disappears again and attempts to redirect to Mobile Bay are failing

The Pirate Bay torrent site was down again this morning, and users who were redirected to its mobile site also discovered that it wasn’t working either. The outage was spotted by TorrentFreak, which noted that The Pirate Bay has been struggling to find reliable hosting since it returned late last month. TorrentFreak said it was unclear […]

Pirate Bay Goes Down And Redirects to Mobile Bay (Update)

The Pirate Bay is having trouble keeping the ship afloat and is suffering downtime and displaying odd error messages. Over the past weeks the notorious torrent site has struggled to find a good hosting location and this morning it started to redirect to domain name. Show More Summary

Will 2015 Be The Year Piracy Dies?

The Pirate Bay is up. No wait, down. Try this one instead. Kickass Torrents had its domain seized. Oh wait it’s over here now. Demonoid isn’t as good as it used to be after it came back. People are being prosecuted and the government is really coming for us. Is 2015 the year that widespread piracy finally dies? More »      

Pirate Bay Mods Are Back on Board For Massive Cleanup

The Pirate Bay has welcomed several moderators back on board. After initial security issues were resolved site staff have now regained access to the backend. The moderators got to work right away and have already removed hundreds of fake torrents in an effort to restore the site to its former glory. Show More Summary

Everything is back to normal at The Pirate Bay after the staff have made friends again

There's more good news for filesharing site The Pirate Bay. The site's moderators have agreed to come on board with the relaunched site, ending a mutiny that has lasted for weeks. The Pirate Bay went offline on December 9 after police in Sweden raided its servers. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Caught Up In a Hosting Whac-A-Mole

The Pirate Bay has been back online for more than two weeks but thus far it's been rough sailing. The notorious torrent site has had to jump from hosting service to hosting service just to stay online and is still looking for a safe haven. Show More Summary

This Week In Techdirt History: February 8th - 14th

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

Five Years Ago This week, let's start by going global. In 2010, Italy blocked the Pirate Bay (again) while Norway refused to do so. The UK was still grappling with the Digital Economy Bill and its onerous provisions, Australia was trying...Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay Is Down

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The Pirate Bay has troubles. With its questionable legality, it seems hard for the torrent site to stay online for more than a few days at a time. It's gotten especially bad recently. For your convenience, we're now keeping of track of whether it's up or down in one place. Read more...

The Pirate Bay is down… again

What goes up, must come down – that seems to be the recurring story with The Pirate Bay recently. The popular torrent site is currently not working, showing an “Error 522? message.   Torrent Freak caught the downtime around 2:45 PM EST. Show More Summary

The Pirate Bay is down, again

Two weeks ago, The Pirate Bay came back online after its longest outage to date. Now, it’s down again. Visitors to the world’s most popular file-sharing website are getting an “Error 522? message followed by “Connection timed out” as the only explanation. The Pirate Bay is using CloudFlare, and this is the error message it […]

OH NOOOO! The Pirate Bay is down again

The saga of The Pirate Bay is far from over. TorrentFreak reported just minutes ago that the popular torrent website has gone offline “exactly two weeks” after it returned from its extended hiatus. It could be a glitch or a server issue, but based on recent events, it seems just as likely that the site might be back in hot water. Show More Summary

Pirate Bay Goes Down Again

The Pirate Bay is down at the moment, causing a mild panic among many BitTorrent users. With the raid of last December fresh in mind some fear the worst, but as of yet there is no indication that the site was hit again. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and anonymous VPN services.

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