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Friday, 18 April 2014

Developer Releases Game To The Pirate Bay Free

THe developer for the game “UFHO2″ has released the game to Pirate Bay after waiting over two years for approval from Steam.


Ciro Continisio successfully crowd-funded the game through Kickstarter beginning in early 2012.

Later that year, in August, he submitted it to Steam’s Greenlight program, but he still hasn’t received approval.

He released the game on Humble Store ($10.99) and Desura but didn’t get many sales there.

“My game UFHO2 has been on Greenlight for 2+ years now, and with no luck.” he wrote in a Reddit post.

“I released it days ago on Desura/Humble Store, but the trend is clear: nobody is going to buy it unless it’s on Steam. Thus, I’ve put it on torrent so everyone can enjoy it.”

Trying to stay positive, Continisio noted that the game is doing slightly better on mobile.

Source: http://www.theepochtimes.com/n3/624504-pirate-bay-ufho2-developer-releases-game-to-pirate-bay-after-steam-takes-too-long/

Sunday, 13 April 2014

Saudi Arabia Blocks The Pirate Bay

The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Culture and Information has blocked access to The Pirate Bay, for reasons yet unknown. In addition to the notorious torrent site, Torrentz.eu, Rarbg and possibly several others are blocked too. As always, local users are already discussing ways to work around the restrictions.


Blocking The Pirate Bay has become quite common around Europe in recent years, and today this practice spread to Saudi Arabia.

Without prior warning or official announcement, the country’s Ministry for Culture and Information ordered local ISPs to block access to The Pirate Bay. In addition, several other torrent sites were also censored, including Torrentz.eu and Rarbg.com.

Source: http://torrentfreak.com/saudi-arabia-government-blocks-pirate-bay-140402/

Friday, 11 April 2014

Singapore Proposes Law To Block The Pirate Bay

Singapore's Law Ministry is looking to follow in the footsteps of the UK with an amendment to the Copyright Act that will allow content owners to force Internet service providers in the island nation to block infringing Web sites.


The new law is set to be implemented by the end of the year, according to local online news site Today. The Singapore government has been considering a block since last year -- but this new law will become official when it gets passed in parliament.

In Singapore, content owners currently have to issue a take-down notice to ISPs to disable access to copyright and if the ISPs don't comply, right holders have to sue them or seek an injunction. The new legislation will allow rights owners to apply to the High Court directly for permission to get ISPs to block the site like how it's done in the UK.

Source: http://www.cnet.com/uk/news/singapore-proposes-law-to-block-web-sites-such-as-pirate-bay/

Sunday, 6 April 2014

The Oldest Torrent On The Pirate Bay Just Turned 10

Popular torrent site, The Pirate Bay has been around for more than ten years and has changed the way people share files such as videos, movies with each other, even though not all of it is legal. Its phenomenal rise to the top of torrent sites is unmatched. But can you guess what the oldest torrent on the site is? The answer will certainly surprise you.


Initially launched in Swedish in 2004, the site’s oldest torrent was a recipe e-book as reported by TorrentFreak. Yes you read it right. The ‘Top Secret Recipes E-books’ torrent was uploaded on the site by Wallis on March 29, 2004 and has been seeding ever since, making it the oldest surviving torrent on the site. Todd Wilbur is the author of the book.

Source: http://tech.firstpost.com/news-analysis/the-oldest-torrent-on-the-pirate-bay-just-turned-10-and-you-wont-believe-what-it-is-220856.html

Tuesday, 1 April 2014

14 New Proxies Added


We have now added 14 new proxies which have been submitted by the community. The proxies which are linked in the list are as follows-

http://thepb.eu/
http://proxy.qvvd.com
http://www.lm3.biz/
http://thepiratebay.si/
http://pirate-bay-proxy.com/
http://pirate-proxy.org/
http://proxy-bay.net/
http://the-pirate-bay.net/
http://tpb-proxy.com/
http://my-pirate-bay.com/
http://easypiratebay.com
http://piratebayguru.com/
http://simplepiratebay.com/
http://smartpiratebay.com/

Monday, 31 March 2014

New Proxies Added With List Update

We have now stripped all the dead-wood proxies out of the linked list, and listed them in pink and red on the column on the right. And in replace of these dead-wood proxies we have linked fully working ones at the top of the list. The fully working proxies have stable uptime and are very reliable.


The proxies shown in pink and red writing are proxies which may be on-line, but may also have poor uptime. Essentially, the proxies shown in pink and red are proxies we don't think are reliable enough to be linked in the list. As always we will continuously check these proxies and try and remove the non-working ones as fast as possible, and replace them with working links.

Thanks for your continued support in this site.

Friday, 28 March 2014

The Pirate Bay Sees Through Outages

Times are tough for The Pirate Bay lately. The notorious BitTorrent search engine  – which once tried to purchase its own island to setup a sovereign nation where copyright laws need not apply for residency — has been experiencing quite a bit of downtime recently, and one of the site’s co-founders has just been ordered to spend another month in a Danish jail.


This morning, a prolonged outage took the Pirate Bay offline and apparently led to a big bump in Google queries, to more than 50,000 searches for the term on Wednesday. The website TorrentFreak reported earlier in the day that The Pirate Bay was blaming network issues for the outage, but that post has since been pulled from the web without explanation.

According to IsItDownRightNow, the Pirate Bay went down just after 1 a.m. Pacific time, but was back up within 4 hours. In the last 24 hours IsItDownRightNow, which pings the site at least every four hours, reported that The Pirate Bay was not responsive on at least four of those check-ins.

Source: http://www.forbes.com/sites/ericmack/2014/03/05/the-pirate-bay-sees-rough-waters-with-outages/