Sunde, bloody Sunde
One of the original founders of The Pirate Bay, Peter Sunde, is warning against the power American corporations have on the internet.
Owner didn’t renew the subscription
Several Pirate Bay-related domains become available again this month after their owner failed to renew the registration.
New research suggests that post-release movie piracy through The Pirate Bay is linked to increased box revenue.
UK blocking failure
The British Empire's attempt to crush piracy using the power of the Internet has been about as successful as its 19th century invasion of Afghanistan.
We thought this would happen
It appears that now UK ISPs have given in to demands by Big Content to censor Pirate Bay, they are not having to bow to further censorship letters issued by the studios.
You can't keep a good pirate down
Pirate Bay is up and running again after having been down for seven weeks since a December police raid by Swedish coppers.
Hacker out of commission
Danes might do a blood eagle