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The Pirate Bay is suffering some temporary downtime as their bandwidth
provider has stopped passing through traffic. A week ago, Hollywood got
an injunction to effectively shut down the Pirate Bay by threatening its
provider with huge fines. The Pirate Bay team is currently working on a solution.
pirate bayA few days ago we exclusively revealed that several major
Hollywood movie studios had obtained a preliminary injunction against
CyberBunker operator CB3ROB Ltd. & Co. KG from the Regional Court of
The injunction, which was granted without an oral
hearing, stated that CB3ROB and Managing Director Sven Olaf Kamphuis
were now prohibited from connecting The Pirate Bay website and its
servers to the Internet.
yesterday Kamphuis officially confirmed
receiving the injunction and has decided to stop routing The Pirate
Bay’s traffic until his lawyers have carefully read and reviewed the
legal documents. This decision has resulted in downtime for the world’s
largest BitTorrent site.
A Pirate Bay insider told TorrentFreak
that they are not planning to wait for a decision from the Cyberbunker
team, and that they’ve already set the backup process in motion which
will bring the site back online. The Pirate Bay’s servers are untouched
and getting the site up and running only requires the routing
(IP-tunnel) to go through another provider.
It may take several
hours before this process has been completed and before all ISPs see the
new AS-path. TorrentFreak was assured, however, that things will return
to normal as soon as possible, probably within hours.
The Pirate Bay’s servers were raided back in 2006, the operators of the
site have taken extreme measures to ensure that there are proper backup
mechanisms in place and that the locations of the servers are well
concealed. Where the servers are actually located remains a mystery.