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So now that TPB is done for, I'm worried about what will happen to all the anime torrents that are using tracker.thepiratebay.org

nyaatorrents may be our last hope for a licensed anime bt tracker
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The hell are you talking about?
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ISOHUNT MOTHERFUCKER, DO YOU USE IT?
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>>tracker.thepiratebay.org + done for
wat
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>>11533207
>>11533252
google news for the pirate bay
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Demonoid.
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>>11533235
Too late for them too.

http://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-takes-down-isohunt-podtropolis-torrentbox-070925/
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MPAA is suing TPB for $15million dollars for the distribution of Harry Potter, Syrianna and two other shit films.
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seeing your pic i could have sworn this was going to be a "she sees your penis" thread.
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>>11533272
could you please explain your interpretation with sources so that i do not have to look for shit i never cared about in the first place
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>>11533277
they lost their site admin Deimos, and it'll will only be a while before they fall into disrepair.
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>>11533272

>The site operates in a legal grey area.

>It does not store copyrighted material but acts as a search engine pointing at video, music and software files stored on computers of users.

Also

http://thepiratebay.org/legal
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TPB will never die.
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i'm a member of the MPAA.
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>>11533379
> >It does not store copyrighted material
and what other major site that did the very same have happen to them just recently?
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>>11533408
Hahaha. Oh wow.
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>>11533434

Want too engage in sexual activity with me?
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>>11533447
as long as it doesn't warrent an NC-17
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>>11533447
NO
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>>11533434
of course man, me too.
(I'm downloading Iron Man movie right now)
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>>11533519
link please
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>>11533519
It's out on DVD already?
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>>11533532
I just made a copy from the screener
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>>11533563

How's the screener? I wish to see it again.
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The Pirate Bay is theoretically legit,
just like isoHunt, they are just goddam
trackers.
Both websites keep being sued all the time,
even though they don't really break any law.

Also, I don't know what the fuck are you talking
about, both of them are working here.
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>>11533667
>The Pirate Bay is theoretically legit
not since long ago, when the courts said otherwise.
Linking to illegal content is illegal. operating a tracker is even worse. major sites keep getting busted and taken down for less than that.
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TPB will never die.
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>>11533780
In faggot land at least.
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>>11533856
yes. The founders may be thrown in jail, their connections to the rest of the internet severed, and their servers seized, but TBS will never die.
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If I remember correctly PIratebay breaks no Swedish law, and the courts decided to follow their law and not the EU one. So far all lawsuits are bogged down in an extremely long process of attempting to review the law. I lol every time someone mentions it.
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>>11533971
well certainly something will come along to replace it.
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I cant wait for these user friendly pirating methods die. Seriously, you bring too much god damn attention to the scene.
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>>11533780
>the courts
Ahaha, I haven't laughed so hard at ignorance for a while. Nisu trollingu.
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>>11533971
They're in fuckin' Norway or Denmark or Finland or some other Slav third-world place where there's no laws (...and where baseless lawsuits coming in from foreign jurisdictions don't work either...).

So shut up.
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>>11534067
TV-Links.co.uk was raided not for breaking any laws (they also hosted no content) but for helping laws be broken. In the end it made no difference, and they weren't in the US.
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One of the TPB admins was actually sad because the demands were so low, since he lost a bet of ~10€ due to it.
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i like how many people in this thread seem to think that US law applies to anyone outside the united states. or that someone can be tried for crimes in a country that they did not commit them inside of.
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>>11534229
Exactly. Kinda like the Israeli girls that were trying to come onto moot until they saw some swastikas on 4chan and started threatening the staff here, citing Israeli law like it means shit here.
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>>11534229
Are the Berne Convention and Universal Copyright Convention US law? I thought they were international.

>or that someone can be tried for crimes in a country that they did not commit them inside of.
you're.. so old-fashioned. I like your thinking though.
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>>11534228
http://torrentfreak.com/mpaa-demands-15-million-from-the-pirate-bay-080508/

Pirate Bay’s Peter Sunde (Brokep) is not impressed by Hollywood’s claims, he told TorrentFreak in a response: “They know they are losing, and try to make us look like big criminals by adding some zeros to a claim for a made-up crime.”

“The worst thing is that I lost 100 kronor on a bet on the number they would come up with,” Sunde added. “And, it sucks that they didn’t claim more than for Napster and the other sites. It’s cooler to break the record.”
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Just another addition to their threats page.
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>>11534218
Finland is third world? Or did you include it among the others just by accident?
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>>11534101
You're a faggot and an idiot.
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Anyone notice this thread comes on the heels of people trolling about Share users getting busted for providing raws?
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The pirate bay is impossible to kill legally.
If they get it taken down, I'm moving to sweden and making a pirate bay 2.
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Fun Fact: Sweden has a Pirate Party
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>>11534406
Er, well, that actually happened. It's all over the Japanese news sites.
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>>11534342
i was referring to sharing digital media being illegal or not in said country.
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>>11534457
fun fact, Sweden has a hell of a lot of insignificant parties.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_political_parties_in_Sweden
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>>11534406
http://internet.watch.impress.co.jp/cda/news/2008/05/09/19494.html

>YS2YSUOe1cLtf

Goodnight, sweet prince.
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>>11534540
Yeah, this guy was basically god of speed, even if his encodes weren't that stellar (speed over quality).

If you've downloaded raws 1hr after shows aired before you've probably downloaded one of this guy's. IE TTGL.
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>>IE TTGL.
Then he was an upscaling faggot I guess.
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>TPB
>done for

Wow, what an idiot. Either you don't even read the news, haven't read the legal page on TPB, or haven't even been concerned with Net Neutrality until this very moment, because TPB is invincible and has weathered more attacks than any other torrent tracker site in the history of mankind.

Sweden even moved against them, the WHOLE GOVERNMENT, leagues of protesters rallied in front of the offices and PB just picked up the tents and moved to Norway.

They are fucking unstoppable.
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>>11534615
He was still faster than basically everyone, and considering this is /a/ i thought that's all people cared about.

I can't wait til later when people are wondering why there's no Kanokon raws - one of the other busted cappers was basically the only guy who upped a Kanokon raw with any semblance of speed.
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>>11534501
if you're talking fair use laws, we in the US have that too, even though most of the public seems to not be aware of them. I'm not sure they apply to the entities that have set themselves up as focal points of media dissemination though.
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>>11534652
There will always be raws. Always.
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>>11534632
I don't think you know what Net Neutrality means.

>Sweden even moved against them, the WHOLE GOVERNMENT, .. PB just picked up the tents and moved to Norway.
wait, they've already had to abandon one country? I'm not sure they're as invulnerable as you seem to think.
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>>11534652
>i thought that's all people cared about.
/a/ is accustomed to always having food on its table when it gets hungry. it doesn't know or care where the ingredients for that food came from or who else was involved in the production or transportation of it. If there's anyone to blame, thinks /a/, it's the stupid subbers.
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>>11534699
Yes, there will - there's other cappers for Kanokon. They just take over a day, instead of 6-12 hours.
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>>11534948
there WERE other cappers you mean. Doubtless more than a few of the ones who didn't get busted [yet] are having second thoughts about their "hobby".
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