Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Pirate Bay

  • The Pirate Bay down in extended outage

    NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- Popular torrent hub The Pirate Bay suffered an extended outage on Monday and Tuesday, coinciding with a government raid on its former Web hosting service.


  • Unique Pirate Bay Case Sees Prosecution for Beyonce Pre-Release

    But this week sees a change and what could become a turning point, with the prosecution of a music industry worker who leaked an unreleased Beyonce album onto The Pirate Bay. On Monday a man was sued for copyright infringement. He is suspected of ...


  • Canada's stimulus plan advertised on The Pirate Bay

    It's not clear how the banners, bearing the tagline "Find out what's in it for you," wound up on The Pirate Bay alongside low-rent ads for gambling businesses, dating sites, "Find a Chinese bride" services, and the like. The Citizen contacted the ...


  • Pirate Bay founder still in jail without any charges

    Gottfrid Svartholm, co-founder of the once-popular torrent tracker The Pirate Bay, is still being held in jail for at least two more weeks because he is suspected of hacking into a Swedish IT company.


  • Sweden detains Pirate Bay founder in oppressive conditions without charges

    The Pirate Bay co-founder is not allowed to have visitors and is being refused access to newspapers and television. . . . The Prosecutor hasn't ruled out a request for another extension of Gottfrid's detainment in two weeks, if the investigation is ...


  • Pirate Bay founder's detained for tax hack investigation

    Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm Warg will remain in detention for at least two more weeks while Swedish prosecutors investigate his alleged involvement in the hacking of IT company Logica, a Swedish court ruled Friday.


  • Pirate Bay supports fight vs anti-cybercrime law

    MANILA, Philippines - Popular file-sharing site Pirate Bay is now included among those objecting to the Philippines' new Anti-Cybercrime Law (R.


  • Swedish police raid ISP for Pirate Bay and Wikileaks

    While a number of bittorrent-based filesharing sites including PRQ's most notorious client, the Pirate Bay, have been down for most of Monday as well as PRQ's own website, Viborg told the Swedish news site that the site outages were the result of a ...


  • The Pirate Bay Is Down, but Not Dead. Just Experiencing Power Failure

    Whenever The Pirate Bay goes down, torrenting enthusiasts pretty much freak out - partly because TPB is a fairly easy community in which to find what torrent one is looking for, but also because it's the biggest target to get shutdown, and has ...


  • Pirate Bay founder still in jail, may be charged for Logica hacking

    The co-founder popular torrent tracker; The Pirate Bay is still in the authorities of the Swedish police after his deportation from Cambodia to Sweden and he is being held as a suspect in the hacking of a Swedish IT company; Logica.


  • Pirate Bay Founder Remains Locked Up Without Charges

    Initially it was assumed that Gottfrid was sent to Sweden because of the outstanding one year prison sentence in the Pirate Bay case. However, once he touched down at Stockholm's Arlanda Airport, the authorities said he was suspected of being involved ...


  • Feds quick to remove Canadian Government banner from The Pirate Bay

    As you already know, what is free on the internet, is usually filled with ads and banners of all kind, and on The Pirate Bay particularly you can see lots of those cheap ones, that lead you to sites that will bring you tons of money if you just work at ...


  • Pirate Bay Down Due to Power Failure

    The Pirate Bay is down at the moment, so naturally people start to get worried. Every time the site goes offline for a few minutes thousands of people start to worry that something awful has happened to their beloved site.


  • Cambodia to deport Pirate Bay co-founder sought by Sweden

    Pirate Bay says no copyrighted material is stored on its servers and no exchange of files actually takes place there so it cannot be held responsible for what material is being exchanged.


  • Pirate Bay cofounder to be deported to Sweden, police say

    Svartholm Warg was arrested in Cambodia in late August at the request of the Swedish legal authorities who want him to serve his one-year prison sentence for his role in creating the Pirate Bay, a site that can be used to track and share torrent files ...


  • Pirate Bay Founder Locked Up for at Least Two Weeks without Charges

    Following being deported from Cambodia to Sweden, without so much as an explanation why, Gottfrid Svartholm, cofounder of Pirate-Bay internet torrent source, is being detained for at least two weeks without even being charged. The possible charge ...


  • Symantec source code leaked on Pirate Bay

    Summary: [UPDATE] Source code from Norton Utilities 2006 was reportedly leaked on The Pirate Bay by Anonymous, but Symantec states it's the same code posted in January this year and has no impact on its existing products.


  • Torrent sites go offline as police raid alleged copyright infringers

    Coincidentally, the Pirate Bay also went offline today. But this was apparently unrelated to the PRQ raid, as Pirate Bay no longer relies on PRQ for hosting. The Pirate Bay said on Facebook that it is suffering through a power outage. "We have not been ...


  • Google restricts Pirate Bay from Autocomplete, Instant search features

    Google restricts Pirate Bay from Autocomplete, Instant search features Google is making it a little harder to find torrent tracking site The Pirate Bay by reducing its appearance in the company's Autocomplete and Google Instant search features. If you ...


  • Pirate Bay Co-Founder Could Face Additional Sentence

    By SVEN GRUNDBERG. STOCKHOLM—Gottfrid Svartholm Warg, a co-founder of The Pirate Bay file-sharing service, could face up to an additional two years in prison.


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