BT, Virgin Media, O2 and Be There have started to block access to three of the world’s largest BitTorrent sites. The blockades were put in place following a High Court order earlier this year, which ruled that KickassTorrents, H33T and Fenopy were facilitating copyright infringement. With the sites no longer accessible, hundreds of thousands of UK BitTorrent users will be looking for a new hope, or options to bypass the filters.
Another major torrent sites has moved on to a new domain, fearing a domain seizure by the U.S. Government. After Torrentz.com and Demonoid, KickassTorrents announced two weeks ago that it would soon move trade their .com domain for one with a .ph extension. This new domain went live yesterday. “If you encounter any bugs or [...]