If you have not noticed, popular file sharing and torrent website thepiratebay.se is down, again. This time Swedish police seized servers and computers from a server room in Stockholm and Portlane, Sweden during a police raid.
After being on the run for two years one of the four co-founders and spokesperson for the file-sharing website The Pirate Bay was arrested in in a rural area near Malmö, Sweden. According to Carolina Ekeus of the Swedish National Police Board, Peter Sunde also known as Brokep, was facing an outstanding sentence of eight months in prison and a 46 million Swedish crowns ($6.9 million) fine for violating copyright laws brought upon.
The infamous torrent website Thepiratebay has moved once again for the third time this week to thepiratebay.gy. If you can not access thepiratebay.pe, direct your traffic to the new The Pirate Bay website (for the time being) to thepiratebay.gy based in Guyana.
As we first reprted on the internet, thepiratebay.sx was seized and changed to thepiratebay.ac. Now thepiratebay.ac has finally moved to thepiratebay.pe as we also included.
Pirate Bay or “The Pirate Bay” is not down. The Pirate Bay has moved from thepiratebay.sx (.se) to thepiratebay.ac (Ascension Islands). The domain domain registry Sint Maarten which is where thepiratebay.sx’s is registered appears to have been seized after being pressured by applied by Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN to pay a fine of 25,000 euro per day to remain online.
Movie1k is down, seized by court order pushed by the Motion Pictures Association of America (MPAA). Courts have blocked access to the 201st most popular website in the world Movie2k and Download4all websites, you may be redirected to Google’s home page or a blank page with a notification. Movie2k websites such as movie2k.com, movie2k.to, stream2k.com, etc. are reported to be blocked on May 30, 2013 to help protect against copyright infringement. In released statement: