High Court & Pirate Bay
The term High Court usually refers to the superior court (or supreme court) of a country or state. The Pirate Bay (commonly abbreviated TPB), a Swedish website that hosts magnet links, bills itself as The world's most resilient BitTorrent site (as of 2012, The galaxy's most resilient... )./5
It must have been a heartbreaking decision but Loz Kaye of the UK Pirate Party has had to back down in the face of what could have been a ruinous battle with music industry body BPI.The dispute was over the Pirate Party&Pirate Bay proxy, a service that enabled UK Internet users to gain access to The Pirate Bay, despite there being a court-ordered blockade by six of the country&biggest ISPs.In short, the BPI asked the party to take down the proxy but the party refused. In response the BPI threatened legal action, not against the party itself, but against members of the party&National Executive Committee. This meant that Loz Kaye and others would have been held personally liable in a High Court battle.That move appears to have taken Kaye and the other members by surprise and the proxy was shut down last night.The BPI informs TorrentFreak that they received a letter this morning stating that the shutdown would be permanent.&has today received signed confirmations from Pirate Party UK executives that they wil ...
In April UK High Court ordered that several of the country’s leading ISPs must censor The Pirate Bay. The court order covers all major UK ISPs, which means that 94% of all UK citizens are no longer able to access the site. That is, if they don’t find a way to circumvent the block. However, [...]
Carry Boughan liked Pirate Bay blocked in Britain, vows to fight: After a British high court ruling that Internet…
Pirate Bay ban has done nothing to prevent piracy: A week after the High Court ruled that all UK ISPs must block...
Following the recent High Court judgement ordering ISPs to block The Pirate Bay, Virgin Media have done so: More than four million subscribers were cut off from www.thepiratebay.se on Wednesday eve...
End of the line for PB? By Marc Chacksfield on April 30th, 2012 The Pirate Bay is set to be blocked by five of the main ISPs in the UK, after a High Court ruled the site is in massive breach of copyright. According to the BBC, the Swedish website is set to be blocked by Sky, Everything Everywhere, ...
Five major UK internet service providers are ordered by the High Court to prevent users from accessing popular file-sharing site The Pirate Bay.
The Pirate Bay sees traffic spike as blocking begins in the - The UK High Court...
For the Attention of David Cameron I am curious as to why the Government of UK went to the High Court on behalf of ACTA/SOPA in blocking ISP's from accessing the Pirate Bay and any other file sharing websites? In my opinion, file sharing IS not illegal and this can be proven by any court in the land. Downloading from such sites that have copyright law is illegal, for instance: If i went to Warner Bros.com and downloaded a film without paying, this would be illegal, but file sharing is media being shared by two or more persons, This is not illegal. I find it very offensive that you/government think that you have the right to tell the public that we are breaking the law which is a complete farce, i think double standards are being very much shown here. Where is the freedom of speech and freedom of information that is spoken about so often and only seems to be relevant when it comes to government causes, also with regards to Hacking, this is again a double standard, when a government induced court case in ...
Following BT's announcement of their block on The Pirate Bay, the site has announced they have circumvented the block placed on them by British ISPs, after a High Court ruling.
BT has glued shut conventional access to The Pirate Bay in the UK, which means all the major ISPs in Blighty have now complied with a High Court judge's order to block thepiratebay.se from their networks.…
"Sky joins Virgin Media and Everything Everywhere in blocking access to the Pirate Bay file sharing site after a High Court ruled the site was guilty of copyright infringement." Well, it's time we lose another beloved site. *sigh*
File-sharing website Pirate Bay appears to have been hit by a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.
The latest intervention from India Govt agencies like Department of Telecom (DOT) and additionally through Court order, an outsized variety BitTorrent sites are being currently blocked. in step with numerous sources and news agencies torrent sites just like the Pirate Bay, KickAssTorrents, Torrentz, BitSnoop alternative|and several other} other giant BitTorrent websites are being blocked and several other users are reporting inaccessible to the present sites. It has been confirmed that the Reliance Communications and Zylog Wi5 are among the ISPs, who have blocked these sites. Users of Airtel\'s web service are still ready to access torrents, however we do not understand for a way long that may last. On the opposite hand, ThePirateBay, that has already been blocked in several countries together with the united kingdom, has posted a guide to line up a personal proxy server, to assist users get past the blockade . DOT India has brought this new policies to prevent piracy. As we all know through this torrent ...
How effective do you think the block will be? "Pirate Bay defies High Court ruling" (from
found article on Virgin Media first ISP to block Pirate Bay after High Court ruling
UK Pirate Bay block - full text of the High Court judgment: "Cleanfeed" hybrid and simple IP blocking both ordered.
world news - One of Britain’s biggest internet service providers has begun denying access to the filesharing website Pirate Bay. The permanent block comes after the UK’s High Court ruled that…
Pirate Bay banned by UK ISPs on High Court orders
Bypassing The High Court Ruling to block access to the Pirate Bay for beginners |
High Court orders UK ISPs to block Pirate Bay: Sky, Everything Everywhere, 02, Virgin Media and TalkTalk have be...
So a High Court ruled the Pirate Bay must be blocked by UK ISPs...
Pirate Bay earns £3 mil. per year, of which zero goes to the song writers. There is no excuse for copyright theft.
High Court has ruled that five Internet Service Providers in the UK must block the Pirate Bay. I wonder what the block page will look like.
Pirate Bay must be blocked, High Court tells ISPs
Still angry at this Pirate Bay thing, just cause the High Court judge could get FIFA free if he wanted he goes and does this
Pirate Bay hits out over High Court blocking order - Web Connection Internet Solutions
UK Court Orders Blockade on Pirate Bay: The England and Wales High Court has ordered that In...
Pirate Bay to be blocked by internet service providers after High Court ruling.
By ordering ISPs in UK to block the Pirate Bay, the High Court of Justice just made internet freedom in Egypt much more difficult to achieve
UK high court has ordered British ISP's to block Pirate Bay.. Oh dear..
British ISPs to start blocking Pirate Bay: The UK High Court has ordered the country's ISPs to block file-sharin...
This is the first step towards internet censorship. Pirate Bay must be blocked in UK, High Court rules via
The High Court has ruled that British ISPs must block web-browsing citizens from accessing the infamous Pirate Bay. The controversial ruling comes j
Bad news fans...High Court has ruled that UK ISPs have to block access to Pirate Bay
Following a February ruling that the Pirate Bay and its users infringe UK copyright laws, the site will now be blocked at the ISP level throughout the country.
And the UK follows the list of countries... "High Court orders Pirate Bay block" | The Arts Desk
Reaction to High Court order to block Pirate Bay - "delighted" PRS for Music, "pointless and dangerous" Open Rights Group
High Court rules that ISPs must block Pirate Bay. What are the odds that Anonymous will have the High Court website offline by teatime? :P
The High Court ruling ISP's must block the Pirate Bay is not cool.
Following an earlier decision, the High Court has ordered leading UK ISPs to block the Pirate Bay website
If you'd like to circumvent today's High Court injunction forcing ISPs to block the Pirate Bay, just ask any ten-year-old.
File sharing and copyright infringement: Pirate Bay in the High Court
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