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Swedish court: ISPs cannot block file-sharing site Pirate Bay

Stockholm - On Friday, a court in Sweden ruled Internet Service Providers cannot be forced to block the Pirate Bay, a file-sharing website.

The Pirate Bay to split in two after falling out between staff

There's mutiny brewing at The Pirate Bay. The notorious piracy site was shut down by police after a raid in Sweden in December 2014, and all signs now point to a relaunch next month.

Now there's a torrent network that police can't shut down

Researchers from Delft University of Technology have unveiled a new torrent client that they claim is "impossible to shut down," TorrentFreak reports.

Op-Ed: British Government blocking websites

We all know that China, Iran and some other governments block access to certain websites, but did you know the British Government does too?

The Pirate Bay launches PirateBrowser to bypass censorship

The Pirate Bay recently celebrated their 10th anniversary. The infamous peer-to-peer torrent tracking site posted on their blog that they did not think they would make it this far, but they did.

Review: The Pirate Bay is in choppy waters AFK Special

‘TPB AFK: The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard’ is a behind-the-scenes look at the controversial court case that explores the issues a new generation of media consumers and questions how governments should deal with copyright in the Internet age.

The Pirate Bay invited by North Korea to use their network

Pyongyang - The Pirate Bay (TPB) recently advised that their servers could be accessed via Norway and Spain (Catalonia). Since then, another country has offered its network to TPB, and it's an ironic story indeed.

The Pirate Bay sets sail for new pastures after legal threats

Stockholm - After Sweden's copyright lobby sent a letter threatening criminal charges to Sweden’s Pirate Party, TPB's current host, the file-sharing website is on the move to Norway and Spain.

The Pirate Bay to sue CIAPC anti-piracy group in Finland

In what will be considered rather ironical to some, The Pirate Bay in Sweden is suing an anti-piracy group in Finland for copyright-infringement, after they copied the TPB website.

The Pirate Bay hit by DDoS attack on Wednesday, problems continue

The Pirate Bay, which is the most popular file-sharing website on the Internet, was shut down for part of the day on Wednesday. The site shut down in response to a DDoS attack. (Updated).
 

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Anti-piracy group in Finland copies The Pirate Bay s website to warn of piracy.
Anti-piracy group in Finland copies The Pirate Bay's website to warn of piracy.
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A search on the Pirate Bay for 3D gun blueprints
A search on the Pirate Bay for 3D gun blueprints
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Anti-piracy group in Finland copies The Pirate Bay s website to warn of piracy.
Anti-piracy group in Finland copies The Pirate Bay's website to warn of piracy.
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Gottfrid Svartholm Warg  co-founder of The Pirate Bay. Image still extracted from TPB AFK -  The Pir...
Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, co-founder of The Pirate Bay. Image still extracted from TPB AFK - "The Pirate Bay Away From Keyboard" a documentary film.
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The Pirate Bay on the move to the USA
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