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Court struggles to define 'online location' in Australia's first site blocking case

Sites like Pirate Bay are one step closer to being blocked in Australia, just as soon as anyone can figure out the meaning of "online location.It's the first test of Australia's new site blocking law, which was passed in 2015.

/g/ pirates a movie

/g/ pirates a movie 6 is and stopssleave it overnightawait another day, finally at 100%rub hands together, "finally time to watch this movie"instigate to folder230.rarsopen first onearchive is corruptedego to mininova comments to ragewas someone suggest using winrar recoverywinter recovery takes an houramen first tar againssee that the archive contains a 4.

Hackers Use Subtitle Files to Take Over PCs

Hackers Use Subtitle Files to Take Over PCs It’s common to see subtitle files (usually a.There are more than two dozen subtitle file formats, so most media players capable of opening them are designed to process anything that claims to be a subtitle file.

Google is promoting torrent sites in search results

Google is promoting torrent sites in search results The search engine is now prominently displaying several torrent sites at the top of search results, despite its longstanding cooperation with the entertainment industry to demote links to copyright-infringing content.A carousel with more than a dozen torrent sites, including the Pirate Bay and Torrent Project, now appears when you search for terms like "torrent sites" or "best torrent sites.

Do not watch the leaked 'Game of Thrones' episode. Only regret awaits

Do not watch the leaked 'Game of Thrones' episode. Only regret awaits Unless you've been out to sea (like poor Gendry, still rowing), you know the upcoming Episode 4 of Game of Thrones was leaked early.) If you're someone who truly loves Game of Thrones, a leaked episode cheats you out of the viewing experience you've come to love and expect.

The secret, illicit underside of Google Drive

The secret, illicit underside of Google Drive Turns out that Google Drive is a whole lot less buttoned up than you may have thought.The file-sharing service typically associated with spreadsheets and office life has a dirty little secret, and it's one that our Mountain View overlords may not be so stoked on.