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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.
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.
If you thought internationally coordinated law enforcement agencies could take on The Pirate Bay and win, think again. The file sharing site, after being taken offline, is alive and well again.
The popular BitTorrent search engine website isoHunt has entered into an agreement with the major U.S. movie studios and as part of that settlement will shut down operations next week.
newteevee.com reports that Isohunt, a popular torrent site, was issued a permanent injunction by US Judge Stephen Wilson of the District Court of California, Southern District. The injunction forces owner Garry Fung to immediately block...
isoHunt Web Technologies Inc the popular BitTorrent search website has been taken offline by it's Internet Service Provider. In a statement on their website, which is now hosted on a Canadian ISP they have said...