WikiSubtitles Taken Down By Spanish Anti-Piracy Outfit

A site specializing in creating video subtitling for the benefit of foreign and deaf Internet users has been closed due to the threat of legal action. WikiSubtitles received a cease and desist from the Anti-Piracy Federation (FAP) and is now offline pending legal advice.

Mininova Faces Legal Action: Filter or Else

No torrent site on earth is more popular than Mininova. Surprisingly, however, all the legal pressure seems to have been focused on sites such as The Pirate Bay. Mininova - against all the odds - appears to have stayed under the radar. All that changed today as Mininova is now…

The Pirate Bay Enters List of 100 Most Popular Webites

The Pirate Bay is growing bigger and bigger, much to the displeasure of anti-piracy outfits such as the MPAA and IFPI. The BitTorrent tracker even managed to slip into the list of 100 most visited websites on the Internet, and it doesn't seem to stop there.

Danish Copyright Censorship Proposal Revealed

In February a Danish court forced ISP Tele2 to block its subscribers from accessing The Pirate Bay, following a similar order late last year to block allofmp3.com. A new proposal before the Danish government would mean that such actions would be quick and easy to do, without the need for…

Michael Jackson to Take on The Pirate Bay

Micheal Jackson and several other artists plan to take on The Pirate Bay. The king of pop hired the infamous 'Web Sheriff' to protect his rights. "Hey Michael - do you want us to pay you in small kids maybe?" was the first response of Pirate Bay admin Brokep.

The Pirate Bay File Police Bribery Complaints

The chief investigating officer in the Pirate Bay case who was revealed as recently working for Warner Bros, has been reported to the police. Yesterday the Pirate Bay crew filed "at least" three complaints, and further people have been reported for bribing the police.

Comcast Lied to FCC, Blocks BitTorrent Traffic 24/7

New data on Comcast's interference with BitTorrent traffic shows that the company misinformed the FCC this February. Comcast has always argued that BitTorrent upstream traffic was only blocked during periods of heavy network traffic, this turns out to be a lie.