Hard times for the filesharing community. With an offensive against so-called peer-to-peer (P2P) filesharing networks, the entertainment industry tries to restake their claims. Descending like a 5-Dollar crackwhore on a bag of smack, the industry lawyers ripped a bunch of filesharing sites a new one by flooding them with law suits. As sites like btefnet, sharereactor and supernova bowed to the power of the almighty law firms and closed their gates down, a huge part of the scene went underground. Others yet like Pirate Bay, faced the storm, protected by the rather lax Swedish copyright laws and their half-assed enforcement. Well versed in the nooks and crannies of international law, they ridicule the entertainment industry and their legal threats. The answers to all of those legal threats are published regularly on the website. Head over there immediately if you want to laugh at the expense of corporate lawyers.
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