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EZTV, Zoink and other BitTorrent services down following Pirate Bay raid
The Pirate Bay has been down since Tuesday evening after a reported raid in Stockholm aimed at the notorious BitTorrent website, but it may not be the only casualty.
Court orders ISPs to block the Pirate Bay and proxy sites
The ongoing international effort to block Internet users from reaching sites like the Pirate Bay is continuing, and now proxy and mirror sites are being dragged in.
Pirate Bay apps kicked from Google's Play Store
Google has removed several popular apps from its Play Store that allowed Android users to access the Pirate Bay website, even if their ISP was trying to block access.
Pirate Bay's Fredrik Neij facing extradition to Sweden following arrest in Thailand
The last of the original founders of the notorious Pirate Bay BitTorrent site is in custody in Thailand ahead of an expected extradition to Sweden.
Fake Pirate Bay pushes software on unsuspecting visitors
A fake Pirate Bay website forces users to download a torrent client they don't need, while pushing other third-party software.
Pirate Bay founder's computer 'compromised' during alleged hacking, claims lawyer
Gottfrid Svartholm, co-founder of the notorious Pirate Bay, is in custody in Denmark awaiting trial for allegedly hacking a Danish IT firm, but maintains his innocence.
Google rejects Pirate Bay removal request
Google has decided not to remove the Pirate Bay homepage from its search results after the URL was included among thousands in a DMCA notice.
Anti-piracy group copies Pirate Bay for fake website
A Finnish anti-piracy group has put online a fake Pirate Bay, and appear to have copied outright from the Pirate Bay website.
VIDEO: Pirate Bay documentary available online for free
A documentary about the Pirate Bay is now online to download for free in three resolutions, through the Pirate Bay itself.
Pirate Bay founder sees new charges
Gottfrid Svartholm, one of the founders of infamous torrent site The Pirate Bay, has been in prison in Sweden for over a month, after hiding ......
Pirate Bay ban in Finland is upheld by court
The Finnish supreme court has upheld a ban previously instated on the Pirate Bay website in the country.
Irish ISP in Pirate Bay block mistake
Irish ISP UPC has been forced to clarify its position on website blocking after seeming blocking the Pirate Bay website briefly before restoring unrestricted access.
ISPs: Blocking The Pirate Bay is not effective
60 days into the Netherland's and UK's 'experiment' in forcing ISPs to block The Pirate Bay, one ISP says the tactic is completely ineffective ......
Pirate Bay launched with new IP, optimized for proxies
The Pirate Bay has responded to court-ordered blocks in several countries by launching its site using a new IP and optimizing for proxy usage.
Hacker claims responsibility for Pirate Bay attack
A hacker by the name of "Nyre" has claimed responsibility for the recent DDoS attack on The Pirate Bay. The torrent tracker went down temporarily ......
Pirate Bay hit by DDoS attack
Pirate Bay largely inaccessible for 24 hours due to an ongoing distributed denial of service attack.
Pirate Bay denounces DDoS attacks
The Pirate Bay disapproves of distributed denial of service attacks against websites that are carried out as revenge for blocking the site.
Pirate Bay: Court bans help to circumvent block
A Dutch court has banned the country's Pirate Party from aiding users to get around the Pirate Bay block in effect in the country.
Dutch court orders Pirate Bay block
After becoming the first EU country to enshrine Net Neutality principles into national law, a court in the Netherlands has ordered the Pirate Bay blocked by ISPs.
The Pirate Bay says they are like early Hollywood pirates
A statement from The Pirate Bay explains how they are like the film pioneers who moved the movie industry to Hollywood.