Its been all hands to the rigging this week as The Pirate Bay crew have been forced to yield up their .sx domain prefix and then their .ac domain in a record breakingly short timehttp://www.businessweek.com/articles/2013-12-12/how-a-curious-journalist-forced-pirate-bay-from-its-latest-haven#r=tec-ls
Ascension, a British overseas territory, is among a handful of remote jurisdictions that have made a cottage industry out of domain hosting. I wondered what the government of Ascension might have to say about its newest online resident.
Ascension’s official website led me to the e-mail address of the island’s administrator, Colin Wells, so I sent him a message. Within an hour, he replied: “I was unaware that this website had obtained a .ac domain. As a result of being informed by you, I have worked immediately to have that site closed down, and we will monitor any attempt to re-establish itself with a similar name tag.”
I checked its website and found that it already has a new domain listing, www.thepiratebay.pe, with a Peruvian suffix.
The plan for the future is to continue with the "Pirate Browser" style method of accessing TPB that bypasses such Govt blocks using tor based darknet technology, I still find it strange how the studios and copyright maximalists claim they own the copyrights to torrent files of scene, cam and cracked content they never produced.
Heres Silicons post I missed earlier on this subject http://forum.winmxworld.com/index.php/topic,12787.0.html