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  1.    TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court   TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court
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    In an few hours from now The Pirate Bay team will probably be charged with aiding or facilitating copyright infringement. If they are found guilty, they could receive sentences of up to 2 years in prison, but the site will remain online, no matter what.

    Last month, the Swedish authorities announced that they were planning to press charges against 5 people involved with The Pirate Bay, stating that the 5 individuals will be charged with ?facilitating copyright infringement?.

    Today, after nearly two years of collecting evidence, the prosecutor will officially press charges. But, no matter what the outcome of the case, The Pirate Bay says that they?re here to stay.

    On the Pirate Bay Blog we read: ?In case we lose the pending trial (yeah right) there will still not be any changes to the site. The Pirate Bay will keep operating just as always. We?ve been here for years and we will be here for many more.?

    The Pirate Bay is not hosted in Sweden anymore, in fact, the Pirate Bay crew claims that they themselves have no idea where the servers are located. After the raid on their servers in 2006, they decided that it was better not to know where they are. One thing is sure though, they are not hosted in just one country.

    For those who are interested, all the legal documents the police collected in the upcoming case can now be bought form the Swedish police for only $1000. They sure try to profit from all the recent media attention. However, Brokep is reasonable, as he says: ?Even though the information in the investigation might be a bit personal at times (alcohol intake, sex addictions) we?re not suing the police for commercially exploiting the material they took from us without permission.?

    For now, The Pirate Bay team is staying confident and firm in the belief that they have nothing to worry about. They argue that they are just running a search engine, and never stored any copyrighted material on their servers.

    Stay tuned for more Pirate Bay news today.
    RedFox Reviewed by RedFox on . TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court In an few hours from now The Pirate Bay team will probably be charged with aiding or facilitating copyright infringement. If they are found guilty, they could receive sentences of up to 2 years in prison, but the site will remain online, no matter what. Last month, the Swedish authorities announced that they were planning to press charges against 5 people involved with The Pirate Bay, stating that the 5 individuals will be charged with ?facilitating copyright infringement?. Today, after Rating: 5

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  3.    TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court   TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court
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    What I don't understand is, how can they not know where the servers are? If nobody knew where they were.. how the hell do they run the site?
    Extremely helpful article about hiding your identity here

  4.    TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court   TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court
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    dead easy, all you need is the ftp details and you can run a site like that, i dont know where my servers are either (but i know that they are sorrounded by godaddy geeks)

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  6.    TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court   TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court TPB website is safe - Even if we lose in Court
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    Quote Originally Posted by AGMaster View Post
    dead easy, all you need is the ftp details and you can run a site like that, i dont know where my servers are either (but i know that they are sorrounded by godaddy geeks)
    If you know the ftp details, you can easily find roughly which datacenter or country it's in though..
    Extremely helpful article about hiding your identity here

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