The Pirate Bay is back online with a few changes; the site's logo is changed as well as the staff. The site is not fully functional yet but will probably be restored to its original form soon.
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The Pirate Bay was shut down almost two weeks ago with no solid indication of making a return. However, now the website is back online with a waving pirate flag giving some hope to its fans.
An administrator for The Pirate Bay has now spoken up about the server farm raids that occurred a week ago, and aside from not caring, has hinted that The Pirate Bay could still return.
Three more torrent sites have disappeared in the United Kingdom, producing the same error message as The Pirate Bay and ensuring people don't even think about breaching copyright regulations.
The Pirate Bay has found the most unlikely new home imaginable for their activities: North Korea. At the invitation of Kim Jong Un the website has moved operations trying to find a safer place.
The UK Pirate Party has denied the record industry's demand to shut down its Pirate Bay proxy. This proxy remains one of the few ways by which some UK residents can access the file sharing site.
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Swedish software company Global Gaming Factory X AB said on Tuesday it had agreed to buy file-sharing website The Pirate Bay for 60 million Swedish crowns ($7.7 million). The Pirate Bay is one of the...
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