BitTorrent

Private BitTorrent Site BTTrove Announces Shutdown

By Drew Wilson Private BitTorrent site BTTrove, an e-learning torrent site, has announced that they will be shutting down operations. Members who use the site describe the announcement as sudden and sad. The announcement was sent out to members on Tuesday. Site staff cited a handful of issues with keeping the site open, but the


Growing Internet Censorship in the UK Draws Fire

By Drew Wilson The UK is under an increasingly dark cloud of censorship these days. A court decision has made ISPs in the country block three more BitTorrent websites. As Internet censorship grows in the country, so does the backlash. Both the Pirate Party and the digital rights organization Open Rights Group are speaking out


ZeroPaid Interviews TorrentLitigation.com

We talk a lot about national and international copyright laws a lot, but one of the issues that receives less attention is how individual users can deal with legal threats by rights holders whenever they, say, get caught uploading copyright infringing material. Adam Urbanczyk, Principal Attorney of TorrentLitigation.com wants to be a solution for users


Torrent Users Coming to Grips With Demonoid Shut Down

For a lot of Torrent users, Demonoid was a one stop shop for a lot of different kinds of content. It was one of a handful of sites that had such name recognition. Billed by many as a “semi-private” tracker, the site introduced a number of users to the world of private BitTorrent trackers. Now






UK High Court Orders ISPs to Block The Pirate Bay

A recent court ruling in the UK could have wide-ranging consequences across the Internet – especially for those living in the UK. The high court in the UK has ruled that ISPs must block Swedish public BitTorrent website ThePirateBay.