The Pirate Bay's domain troubles seem to be never ending. Just a day after the troubled torrent site found a new home in Guyana, the site's new.GY domain has already been suspended. The local domain registry informs TorrentFreak that all domains that violate its policies will be suspended immediately. Show More Summary
Sure, it's no Somalia, but Sweden's been fighting plenty of its own battles against piracy -- of the digital variety. The former home of Pirate Bay, the infamous online repository for everything the RIAA and MPAA stand against, has just fined an...
The Pirate Bay has set sail to a new domain for the third time in a week. After just a few days Peru decided to suspend the site's.PE domain forcing the torrent site to move to the Guyana-based.GY ccTLD. The Pirate Bay team is not too...Show More Summary
Yet once more, The Pirate Bay has switched domain names, this time to Peru. In its promise to make DNS restrictions obsolete, The Pirate Bay creates a greater promise against all censorship. Source: TorrentFreak, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing and VPN services.
The mother of Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg isn’t happy with the way her son is being treated in a Danish prison while he awaits trial for allegedly organizing a hack attack on the Danish police, according to a report published today by the Local, a Swedish news site. Show More Summary
I stopped counting the domain changes of the Pirate Bay website after the first two or three. It seems that the website and its contents are on the move every half year or so, to rebuild from yet another domain seizure. Just recently, it moved to yet another domain, to thepiratebay.pe located in Peru. Show More Summary
Authorities in South Africa have made their first ever arrest of an online movie pirate. The individual, said to have been identified by a hacker employed by an anti-piracy company, is reported to have uploaded a "high profile" local movie to The Pirate Bay. Show More Summary
The mother of imprisoned Pirate Bay co-founder Gottfrid Svartholm says that since her son was extradited from Sweden to Denmark, he has been placed in solitary confinement as though he were a "dangerous, violent and aggressive criminal". Read more...
Gottfrid Svartholm's mother says he's being treated like a convicted felon while waiting to face trial on hacking charges.
The Pirate Bay was forced to switch domains earlier this week but today the torrent site reached its final destination for now. A few moments ago TPB landed in Peru with words of caution for its adversaries. Speaking with TorrentFreak,...Show More Summary
It’s been quite the year for The Pirate Bay as the site’s organizers have fought to keep the site up and running, although apparently the site recently had its domain name seized. Fortunately for those who enjoy The Pirate Bay’s torrenting...Show More Summary
Since his arrival in Denmark to face hacking charges Gottfrid Svartholm has sat in solitary confinement, denied free access to mail and denied access to his books. The situation has outraged Wikileaks' Julian Assange who says Gottfrid is now a political prisoner. Show More Summary
Don't panic, torrenters: following a domain name seizure, The Pirate Bay has simply moved to thepiratebay.ac (that's the Ascension Island's, if you're interested). Read more...
Torrent trackers The Pirate Bay have had the authorities tightening the noose around their operations for years now, but this week things have taken a twist for the absurd/awesome. Read more...
The Pirate Bay's.sx was seized this morning, and the site has relocated to thepiratebay.ac. The.AC top-level domain is controlled by Ascension Islands, a UK territory, and a Pirate Bay spokesperson announced that the change was only temporary, with another new domain (.pe, in Peru) in the wings.
A Dutch anti-piracy group pushed the site to move away from Dutch-controlled.sx.
Mississippi Attorney General lashes out at Google, EU pondering possible copyright reform and The Pirate Bay loses another domain. The post 3 Count: Mississippi Blues appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
According to Wikipedia, the island—which has no natives—once had lots of local flora, but Portuguese goats ate most of it in the 1500s.
The Pirate Bay, one of the most popular sites for file sharing, once again thwarted authorities trying to shut it down. After briefly disappearing because its Caribbean domain name, thepiratebay.sx, was seized by authorities, the site popped back into action on thepiratebay.ac, according to The Verge and originally reported by Torrent Freak. Show More Summary
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