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The Pirate Bay adds 'Stream It!' button allowing users to watch any film or TV show without downloading it

The site has previously required that users download its huge range of music, film and TV — and also asks them to help upload it too
Independent 6 days ago

Pirate Bay, KickassTorrents and Torrentz blocked: Many of world's most popular pirate sites banned in the UK

The new ban, implemented by the UK's High Court, forces internet service providers to ban many of the proxies that have been used to get around such measures
Independent on December 15, 2015

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News video: Pirate Bay Co-Founder Creates Art Project to Mock Music Industry

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Peter Sunde, co-founder of The Pirate Bay, has not been deterred by his 2014 arrest. His device, the Kopimashin, is his argument against the value the music industry places on digital copies.
Source: Wochit Tech - on December 22, 2015

News video: The HTTP 451 Error Code For Censorship Is Now An Internet Standard

The HTTP 451 Error Code For Censorship Is Now An Internet Standard 00:48

The 451 HTTP status code is now official in the eyes of the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), the independent organization responsible for many of the internet’s operating standards.
Source: Wochit Tech - on December 22, 2015

 

'Popcorn Time of music' Aurous shut down before it ever really started

Software was only available for five days before being taken offline by a temporary restraining order in October2015’s most high-profile new music filesharing service is dead. Aurous lasted just a..
guardian.co.uk on December 10, 2015

Pirate Bay domain suspended thanks to controversial verification system


The Register on December 7, 2015

ISPs will not be forced to block The Pirate Bay in Sweden, Stockholm court rules

Movie streaming site Swefilmer also escaped blocking in the landmark case
Independent on December 1, 2015

Sweden defiant over Pirate Bay as it refuses to order ISP to block site

Stockholm District Court blocks rightsholder action against second-largest Swedish internet service provider, leaving file-sharing site accessible Sweden’s internet service providers cannot be..
guardian.co.uk on November 30, 2015

Sweden refuses to order ISP to block Pirate Bay

Stockholm District Court blocks rightsholder action against second-largest Swedish internet service provider, leaving file-sharing site accessible Sweden’s internet service providers cannot be..
guardian.co.uk on November 30, 2015

Court: Swedish ISPs can't be forced to block Sweden's Pirate Bay


The Register on November 28, 2015

Dutch Supreme Court seeks European clarification on Pirate Bay

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The Dutch Supreme Court referred a landmark case against the file-sharing website Pirate Bay to the European Court of Justice on Friday, a move that could lead to a precedent in..
Reuters on November 13, 2015

Pirate Bay, KickAssTorrents and ExtraTorrent proxies down: Blow for pirates as torrent websites mysteriously disappear

All of the disabled websites were operated by the same organisation, which has itself disappeared
Independent on October 13, 2015

Pirate Bay founder Gottfrid Svartholm freed from prison after three years

Svartholm is jailed in Denmark's "biggest hacking case to date"
Independent on September 29, 2015

Last Pirate Bay co-founder released from prison

Gottfrid Svartholm, also known as Anakata, released from prison three years after his arrest in Cambodia A co-founder of the Pirate Bay has been released from prison after serving three years for..
guardian.co.uk on September 29, 2015

Pirate Bay cofounder and computer hacker Anakata freed


The Register on September 28, 2015

Austria joins the long list of Pirate Bay access deniers after court order


The Register on August 3, 2015

Pirate Bay founders 'cleared of copyright crimes' in Belgium


The Register on July 11, 2015

US Feds investigating Prenda Law, say Pirate Bay co-founders


The Register on July 6, 2015

The Pirate Bay block: masses of piracy sites must be banned for blocks to work, study finds

Banning The Pirate Bay didn’t lead to any increase in sales, a major study has found, but blocking a much bigger amount of its peers could.
Independent on June 5, 2015

All three of The Pirate Bay's founders are now free men

All three of the site's co-founders as now free men as Fredrik Neij is released.
Digital Spy on June 2, 2015

Dutch efforts to decapitate Pirate Bay could end up before ECJ


The Register on June 2, 2015


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